dd235 wrote:Checking in! I was accepted in late November with $27,000 per year. I tried negotiating it but they refused... I think I jumped the gun and tried a little too early (its frustrating seeing as people with very similar numbers were getting offers in the $33,000 range). Anyways, I would love to go to law school here because I am from San Diego, but the job prospects are pretty frightening to me (but for the right price and given the fact that the scholly offers come with no stips, I would definitely attend). I am taking the LSAT again in June to see if that will help at all.
On a similar note, given the fact that I am from San Diego and live less than 10 minutes from USD, let me know if you guys have any questions about the city.
Also, any way OP can change the survey on this thread? Its getting a little old
I read this and did a double take as my $$$ was the same and I tried negotiating to no avail...and I'm from San Diego. Too funny. My question is this: my grant says in order to get the grant, I must establish financial need and complete my FAFSA. I'm already a professional, and married filing joint tax returns. I'm not sure if my tax return will not let me "establish financial need"...because believe me, wife a wife and child, I NEED this grant!