I'm officially withdrawn. Good luck to those who are waiting.
Off-topic discussion aside, best of luck to you!
rdcws000 wrote:Last year a batch of people went under review on 3/30, 3/31 (just like this year, including me) and a good majority of them heard a decision by the first of May.
jgrin wrote:Really hoping my softs can push me over the threshold - i Really want this one
Nevertheless, expecting the ding
madmartigan wrote:But I didn't completely figure out who all is sharing the building. Is there some other college or department that shares the same building as the law school?
Josh the Goat wrote:madmartigan wrote:But I didn't completely figure out who all is sharing the building. Is there some other college or department that shares the same building as the law school?
Nope, it's all the law school. There's BLB, TUII, the underground commons area and student organizations area, plus Krost Hall and the Trailers. What makes you think it's being shared with something else?
madmartigan wrote:Isn't there a TU1 attached?
Josh the Goat wrote:Bustang wrote:Can you post a screenshot of your commute the school everyday? How long is the drive?
I've lived in the downtown area for about 6 years now. I've visited a lot of the apartment complexes while looking for housing, so feel free to ask about any you're considering.
Here's my opinion on the major downtown locations where UH students tend to live:
I can elaborate if anyone wants me to.
Josh, or anyone else familiar with Houston. Several people have recommended I look at "the village" and "kirby" as possible locations for an apartment. Where are those neighborhoods in relation to your map?
mr.ford wrote: I was accepted in December and filed my FAFSA in February, but I still haven't received my Peoplesoft ID. The financial aid person told me I probably wouldn't be considered for the first round of financial aid because of this (a clerical error on their part). That, plus the lack of merit scholarships, plus the absurd out of state tuition cost really doesn't do much for me.
But aside from those shenanigans it was a good experience.