In at Denver

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howie
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Re: In at Denver

Postby howie » Mon Dec 21, 2009 10:36 pm

got in a couple of days with $, its definitely in the top three for me, now i just got convince myself to leave the east coast.

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adora
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Re: In at Denver

Postby adora » Mon Dec 21, 2009 10:39 pm

howie wrote:got in a couple of days with $, its definitely in the top three for me, now i just got convince myself to leave the east coast.


One word: mountains...

:)

thinkinoutloud
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Re: In at Denver

Postby thinkinoutloud » Mon Dec 21, 2009 11:18 pm

I am very glad to find this thread...

I am also in at Denver as of 12/11/2009. Received an email in the morning granting admission and one in the afternoon with scholarship info. I went complete 11/21/2009.

Tuski
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Re: In at Denver

Postby Tuski » Tue Dec 22, 2009 8:01 pm

Bikeflip wrote:
Hopeful22 wrote:
rojasm7421 wrote:Hey everybody. I just got my acceptance letter from Denver. I went complete on Dec 10th and they sent me an email this morning. And a full tuition scholarship. I am so friggen jazzed right now. Now i just have to talk the old lady into moving cross country. A big weight was just lifted off my shoulders.


Is this a standard merit-based scholarship, or the Chancellors Scholarship, etc? Just curious because up till now the highest DU scholarship I'd seen was 22K.

This.


+1

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Xanadu
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Re: In at Denver

Postby Xanadu » Wed Dec 23, 2009 2:49 am

Hey, I am in at Denver as well! I heard about my acceptance through email while I was in Argentina, a couple weeks after I went complete. They offered me $17,000 a year, as long as I maintain a 3.0....

I'm really excited! DU is one of my top choices, I love the idea of the lawyering in Spanish program...

Congrats to everyone who has gotten in! Maybe I'll see you there next fall...

biobuslaw
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Re: In at Denver

Postby biobuslaw » Wed Jan 06, 2010 7:47 pm

Went "Decision Processed" today at Denver!!

Wait... where's my email??? Did anyone who received an email first go "Decision Processed?"

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Re: In at Denver

Postby leftieash » Wed Jan 06, 2010 9:35 pm

biobuslaw wrote:Went "Decision Processed" today at Denver!!

Wait... where's my email??? Did anyone who received an email first go "Decision Processed?"


Yep. My email took a day to get to me after the decision was processed, and financial aid stuff came in a separate email that same day.

biobuslaw
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Re: In at Denver

Postby biobuslaw » Wed Jan 06, 2010 10:58 pm

leftieash wrote:
biobuslaw wrote:Went "Decision Processed" today at Denver!!

Wait... where's my email??? Did anyone who received an email first go "Decision Processed?"


Yep. My email took a day to get to me after the decision was processed, and financial aid stuff came in a separate email that same day.

Thanks!

lawlec48
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Re: In at Denver

Postby lawlec48 » Thu Jan 07, 2010 2:22 pm

In via email today! Pretty excited, one of my top choices!

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lawgirl99
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Re: In at Denver

Postby lawgirl99 » Wed Jan 13, 2010 7:57 pm

Decision Processed 1/13/10. Hope I get an email soon!!

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Re: In at Denver

Postby lawgirl99 » Thu Jan 14, 2010 1:14 pm

In via email 1/14!! :)

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Re: In at Denver

Postby lawlec48 » Fri Jan 15, 2010 11:02 am

lawgirl99 wrote:In via email 1/14!! :)



Congrats! DU is really starting to become my favorite for law school.

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lawgirl99
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Re: In at Denver

Postby lawgirl99 » Fri Jan 15, 2010 12:49 pm

lawlec48 wrote:
lawgirl99 wrote:In via email 1/14!! :)



Congrats! DU is really starting to become my favorite for law school.


Thanks! Mine too....I got a scholarship offer for 22k/year this morning. Pretty much makes turning down DU very difficult. I am thinking about visiting in the next few months....Anyone else?

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Re: In at Denver

Postby oberlin08 » Fri Jan 15, 2010 12:52 pm

lawgirl99 wrote:
lawlec48 wrote:
lawgirl99 wrote:In via email 1/14!! :)



Congrats! DU is really starting to become my favorite for law school.


Thanks! Mine too....I got a scholarship offer for 22k/year this morning. Pretty much makes turning down DU very difficult. I am thinking about visiting in the next few months....Anyone else?



When did you submit? I JUST sumbitted my DU application on 1/11/09 and went complete 1/14/09

brittanybrooke
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Re: In at Denver

Postby brittanybrooke » Fri Jan 15, 2010 12:53 pm

DU is taking a long time...I've been complete since 11/19 :(

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lawgirl99
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Re: In at Denver

Postby lawgirl99 » Fri Jan 15, 2010 1:23 pm

I submitted on 12/28, complete 1/8 and decision processed 1/13.

lawlec48
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Re: In at Denver

Postby lawlec48 » Fri Jan 15, 2010 8:56 pm

lawgirl99 wrote:
lawlec48 wrote:
lawgirl99 wrote:In via email 1/14!! :)



Congrats! DU is really starting to become my favorite for law school.


Thanks! Mine too....I got a scholarship offer for 22k/year this morning. Pretty much makes turning down DU very difficult. I am thinking about visiting in the next few months....Anyone else?


Planning to go to admitted student day on April 2, 2010.

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Re: In at Denver

Postby ashleighlauren » Sat Jan 16, 2010 10:52 pm

Hey everyone,
I have been accepted to DU. I am interested in their part-time program since I have to work full-time and read that DU's PT program ranks 9th in the nation. Does anyone with experience as a part-time law student have any advice/suggestions? Is DU an ideal school to attend if I am going part-time? I have not received a scholarship for DU but have for another law school. I have also been accepted to the University of San Diego and University of Tulsa. I have no idea which I should choose....

brittanybrooke
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Re: In at Denver

Postby brittanybrooke » Thu Jan 21, 2010 12:52 pm

Started to have a panic attack because my status checker changed to decision processed on 1/15, but I finally got the acceptance e-mail today w/ 20k/yr!

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Re: In at Denver

Postby rcharles » Thu Jan 21, 2010 2:12 pm

In at DU via email. No $ yet but hoping that will change after Feb. LSAT. Excited about this one. I grew up a few blocks away from this campus!

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Re: In at Denver

Postby lawlec48 » Thu Jan 21, 2010 3:15 pm

Congrats both BrittneyBrooke and RCharles!!! Is DU either of your top choices? Depend upon scholarship money?

Once again, congrats!!!

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Midnight Rider
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Re: In at Denver

Postby Midnight Rider » Thu Jan 21, 2010 3:25 pm

What's up guys? Long time lurker on here. Denver is my top school as I am only looking at good schools in places where I can relocate permanently. Based on cost alone, though, it's looking hard to justify, as I'm going to have to quit my 9-5. What do you think my chances are of getting any scholarships?

Undergrad: 3.whatever from big state school
Masters: Upper 3's while working full time
LSAT: 163

4+ years of reputable career experience, average softs.

I'd love to see you guys in the fall. Let me know what you think.

Tuski
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Re: In at Denver

Postby Tuski » Thu Jan 21, 2010 3:32 pm

Midnight Rider wrote:What's up guys? Long time lurker on here. Denver is my top school as I am only looking at good schools in places where I can relocate permanently. Based on cost alone, though, it's looking hard to justify, as I'm going to have to quit my 9-5. What do you think my chances are of getting any scholarships?

Undergrad: 3.whatever from big state school
Masters: Upper 3's while working full time
LSAT: 163

4+ years of reputable career experience, average softs.

I'd love to see you guys in the fall. Let me know what you think.


You should have a great shot at scholarship. Though a lot might depend on your GPA... 3.2's a lot different than 3.9, for example. But assuming you're in the upper 3.whatevers, I think you'll get offered 22K, based on other people's offers/numbers. Even if you're in the lower 3's, you should still be good for a pretty decent scholly, with a 163.

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rcharles
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Re: In at Denver

Postby rcharles » Thu Jan 21, 2010 3:47 pm

Tuski wrote:
Midnight Rider wrote:What's up guys? Long time lurker on here. Denver is my top school as I am only looking at good schools in places where I can relocate permanently. Based on cost alone, though, it's looking hard to justify, as I'm going to have to quit my 9-5. What do you think my chances are of getting any scholarships?

Undergrad: 3.whatever from big state school
Masters: Upper 3's while working full time
LSAT: 163

4+ years of reputable career experience, average softs.

I'd love to see you guys in the fall. Let me know what you think.


You should have a great shot at scholarship. Though a lot might depend on your GPA... 3.2's a lot different than 3.9, for example. But assuming you're in the upper 3.whatevers, I think you'll get offered 22K, based on other people's offers/numbers. Even if you're in the lower 3's, you should still be good for a pretty decent scholly, with a 163.


+1

and to lawlec, yes Denver is a top choice for me mostly due to the location. I could not however justify paying sticker there, I would have to see some significant $ to go.

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Re: In at Denver

Postby Midnight Rider » Thu Jan 21, 2010 4:31 pm

Tuski wrote:
Midnight Rider wrote:What's up guys? Long time lurker on here. Denver is my top school as I am only looking at good schools in places where I can relocate permanently. Based on cost alone, though, it's looking hard to justify, as I'm going to have to quit my 9-5. What do you think my chances are of getting any scholarships?

Undergrad: 3.whatever from big state school
Masters: Upper 3's while working full time
LSAT: 163

4+ years of reputable career experience, average softs.

I'd love to see you guys in the fall. Let me know what you think.


You should have a great shot at scholarship. Though a lot might depend on your GPA... 3.2's a lot different than 3.9, for example. But assuming you're in the upper 3.whatevers, I think you'll get offered 22K, based on other people's offers/numbers. Even if you're in the lower 3's, you should still be good for a pretty decent scholly, with a 163.


Undergrad was very low 3s due to vigorous merrymaking and sports. Masters was mid-upper 3's due to me having to pay for it out of pocket! Is the 22k scholly you are seeing aggregate for 3 years or per year? Over three years, that puts it at $7333 which leaves ~$28k/yr in tuition alone. Like I said, DU is far and away my #1 if not for the steep sticker. Probably doesn't make sense if it's going to cost me anywhere close to $70k+ in loans




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