Indiana - Maurer Law C/o 2020

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Re: Indiana - Maurer Law C/o 2020

Postby SNightHighlights » Sun Feb 19, 2017 9:48 pm

Make sure you negotiate guys. I got upped from $127,500 to Full tuition after negotiating (165/3.7x). That DEFINITELY put Indiana on my short list of considered schools.
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Re: Indiana - Maurer Law C/o 2020

Postby em15 » Sun Feb 19, 2017 11:51 pm

SNightHighlights wrote:Make sure you negotiate guys. I got upped for $127,500 to Full tuition after negotiating (165/3.7x). That DEFINITELY put Indiana on my short list of considered schools.

Congrats! What school(s) did you negotiate with?

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Re: Indiana - Maurer Law C/o 2020

Postby SNightHighlights » Mon Feb 20, 2017 12:28 pm

em15 wrote:
SNightHighlights wrote:Make sure you negotiate guys. I got upped for $127,500 to Full tuition after negotiating (165/3.7x). That DEFINITELY put Indiana on my short list of considered schools.

Congrats! What school(s) did you negotiate with?


I actually didn't have to use any schools to negotiate with. I just said I would like to talk about my scholarship and that I "wanted to make sure I'm making the smartest fiscal decision for my future" - I got a call from an admissions director saying it was unusual that I didn't have a full ride and that I had one now. Just goes to show that just taking the time to write an email can pay huge dividends.

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Re: Indiana - Maurer Law C/o 2020

Postby em15 » Mon Feb 20, 2017 12:56 pm

SNightHighlights wrote:
em15 wrote:
SNightHighlights wrote:Make sure you negotiate guys. I got upped for $127,500 to Full tuition after negotiating (165/3.7x). That DEFINITELY put Indiana on my short list of considered schools.

Congrats! What school(s) did you negotiate with?


I actually didn't have to use any schools to negotiate with. I just said I would like to talk about my scholarship and that I "wanted to make sure I'm making the smartest fiscal decision for my future" - I got a call from an admissions director saying it was unusual that I didn't have a full ride and that I had one now. Just goes to show that just taking the time to write an email can pay huge dividends.

Good to know! Thank you!!

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Re: Indiana - Maurer Law C/o 2020

Postby chandhi » Tue Feb 28, 2017 11:32 pm

Anyone going to the Admitted Student Day this weekend who wants to share a Lyft or something with me? I arrive in Indianapolis 2:26 PM on Friday, and my flight out is 5:45 PM Sunday. If someone wants to split either ride with me, let me know!

I know there are shuttle options, but they only run every two hours and seem pretty inconvenient.

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Re: Indiana - Maurer Law C/o 2020

Postby em15 » Wed Mar 01, 2017 8:42 pm

chandhi wrote:Anyone going to the Admitted Student Day this weekend who wants to share a Lyft or something with me? I arrive in Indianapolis 2:26 PM on Friday, and my flight out is 5:45 PM Sunday. If someone wants to split either ride with me, let me know!

I know there are shuttle options, but they only run every two hours and seem pretty inconvenient.

I'm not flying in, but I'll see you at the ASW!!

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Postby Torres1893 » Wed Mar 01, 2017 10:46 pm

I'll be flying in late Friday night into Indianapolis. I'll see y'all Saturday morning!

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Re: Indiana - Maurer Law C/o 2020

Postby em15 » Wed Mar 01, 2017 10:54 pm

Is anyone going to the optional events?

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Re: Indiana - Maurer Law C/o 2020

Postby chandhi » Wed Mar 01, 2017 10:56 pm

em15 wrote:Is anyone going to the optional events?

I signed up for them but realized I won't make the Con Law class. For sure going to Nick's, though, and the breakfast if I'm not out too late haha

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Re: Indiana - Maurer Law C/o 2020

Postby em15 » Wed Mar 01, 2017 11:02 pm

chandhi wrote:
em15 wrote:Is anyone going to the optional events?

I signed up for them but realized I won't make the Con Law class. For sure going to Nick's, though, and the breakfast if I'm not out too late haha

Haha good to see I won't be alone!!

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Postby chargers21 » Wed Mar 01, 2017 11:05 pm

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Postby shotgunheist » Thu Mar 02, 2017 12:57 pm

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Re: Indiana - Maurer Law C/o 2020

Postby SeanORaff33 » Thu Mar 02, 2017 2:35 pm

chandhi wrote:Anyone going to the Admitted Student Day this weekend who wants to share a Lyft or something with me? I arrive in Indianapolis 2:26 PM on Friday, and my flight out is 5:45 PM Sunday. If someone wants to split either ride with me, let me know!

I know there are shuttle options, but they only run every two hours and seem pretty inconvenient.


I am renting a car for the weekend. Im getting there around 9 am tomorrow (friday morning) and would be absolutely delighted to carpool with anyone, so hit me up! I am flying out at like 6:30 on Sunday but planning to get to the airport a bit early.

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Re: Indiana - Maurer Law C/o 2020

Postby Torres1893 » Thu Mar 02, 2017 4:02 pm

Is anyone staying at the Hilton garden inn? Do they charge my card for the two nights and then the school reimburses me, or is the school covering it?

I understood it as we can stay there, but they deduct the nights from our reimbursement total. I already have a room booked there, but I want to check in before I fly tomorrow.

edit: fixed wording
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Postby shotgunheist » Thu Mar 02, 2017 4:11 pm

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Re: Indiana - Maurer Law C/o 2020

Postby Torres1893 » Thu Mar 02, 2017 6:12 pm

I am dumb and didn't purchase my shuttle ticket ahead of time. I tried to buy it a few minutes ago and it says it's too late to order online for tickets for tomorrow. I highly doubt the shuttle will be full at an evening departure, but if it is I might have to wait at the airport for an additional two hours for the next shuttle to my hotel, or take a different shuttle and walk to my hotel from the campus at 10:00pm.

Edit: found a different shuttle company that will take my money.

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Re: Indiana - Maurer Law C/o 2020

Postby jeffcooon » Thu Mar 02, 2017 6:35 pm

Torres1893 wrote:I am dumb and didn't purchase my shuttle ticket ahead of time. I tried to buy it a few minutes ago and it says it's too late to order online for tickets for tomorrow. I highly doubt the shuttle will be full at an evening departure, but if it is I might have to wait at the airport for an additional two hours for the next shuttle to my hotel, or take a different shuttle and walk to my hotel from the campus at 10:00pm.

Edit: found a different shuttle company that will take my money.


yikes! thank God. safe travels everyone!

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Re: Indiana - Maurer Law C/o 2020

Postby em15 » Thu Mar 02, 2017 8:01 pm

Did anyone else have to get a hotel room elsewhere cause the Hilton filled up?

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Re: Indiana - Maurer Law C/o 2020

Postby SeanORaff33 » Thu Mar 02, 2017 8:14 pm

em15 wrote:Did anyone else have to get a hotel room elsewhere cause the Hilton filled up?



I just used Hotwire so it was cheaper

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Re: Indiana - Maurer Law C/o 2020

Postby Torres1893 » Sat Mar 04, 2017 4:00 pm

Those of you at the ASD what are y'all planing to do afterwards?

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Re: Indiana - Maurer Law C/o 2020

Postby SeanORaff33 » Sat Mar 04, 2017 8:45 pm

For those who attended Asd today, what did you guys think? I attended and wasn't really struck by anything. Well, one thing. Greg Canada is a terribly handsome man.

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Re: Indiana - Maurer Law C/o 2020

Postby em15 » Sat Mar 04, 2017 10:22 pm

SeanORaff33 wrote:For those who attended Asd today, what did you guys think? I attended and wasn't really struck by anything. Well, one thing. Greg Canada is a terribly handsome man.

:lol:

I don't know how I feel. I liked it, but I didn't get that"feeling" that everyone on the panels said they got.

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Re: Indiana - Maurer Law C/o 2020

Postby Torres1893 » Sat Mar 04, 2017 10:30 pm

em15 wrote:
SeanORaff33 wrote:For those who attended Asd today, what did you guys think? I attended and wasn't really struck by anything. Well, one thing. Greg Canada is a terribly handsome man.

:lol:

I don't know how I feel. I liked it, but I didn't get that"feeling" that everyone on the panels said they got.



I feel the same. I think the campus looks beautiful and that Bloomington is awesome. The students here are really nice and cool. I had lunch with my admission fellow and with 1ls.

I'm impressed really but that might be because of the college town feel and architecture of the school.


Currently sitting at a bar that my admission fellow is hosting a trivia night at. Getting a good vibe from this school but it might be the alcohol.

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Postby chargers21 » Sun Mar 05, 2017 12:20 am

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