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Re: 1L at Louisville taking questions

Post by hatteras1 » Wed Feb 24, 2010 11:51 am

I was admitted last week and am excited to attend the ASD. Anyone else attending?

And, Asylum, I know you didn't ask me but I figured another answer wouldn't hurt, I submitted my application in early January (5th or 6th maybe) got a complete/received e-mail on the 11th and was accepted via snail mail on 2/16. Hope that helps!

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Re: 1L at Louisville taking questions

Post by crallen » Wed Feb 24, 2010 1:58 pm

deadpanic wrote:Talked with admissions yesterday and they confirmed that if you are out of state you will have to pay that for all 3 years. Pretty bad news for us out of staters.
Hey Deadpan, this seems like a pretty dumb question and I assume I know the answer, but it is worth asking. I am from Kentucky and have lived there all my life until my undergrad. I am currently still in undergrad in South Carolina but all of my "official residence" is still at my parents in Kentucky. I am still "in state" even though I haven't technically lived in state these past few years, correct?

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Re: 1L at Louisville taking questions

Post by AsylumPB » Wed Feb 24, 2010 2:16 pm

as long as your permanent address is still in ky, then you should be considered in-state.

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Re: 1L at Louisville taking questions

Post by Volnatic » Thu Feb 25, 2010 5:01 pm

I submitted about the same time he did, the 4th or 5th.

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Re: 1L at Louisville taking questions

Post by bizjunkie4 » Mon Mar 01, 2010 10:23 am

AsylumPB wrote:as long as your permanent address is still in ky, then you should be considered in-state.
Remember this thread in Civil Procedure next year. Great discussion of what constitutes domicile for personal jurisdiction! Factors that may come into play: where you vote, where you hold a driver's license, where and if you paid income taxes, etc. In general, I think permanent residence can stay in home state, but it may depend on the facts.

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Re: 1L at Louisville taking questions

Post by crallen » Mon Mar 01, 2010 1:48 pm

Lucky for me, Kentucky is the answer to each of those questions!

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Re: 1L at Louisville taking questions

Post by AsylumPB » Thu Mar 04, 2010 7:35 pm

OP, do you know if UofL negotiates scholly money?

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Re: 1L at Louisville taking questions

Post by doubled99 » Thu Mar 04, 2010 10:14 pm

In at Louisville today, but no scholly info in the acceptance package. Kind of a hefty price tag for a 3 year out-of-stater.

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Re: 1L at Louisville taking questions

Post by deadpanic » Mon Mar 08, 2010 5:15 pm

Did anyone attend the admitted students day this past weekend? If so, what were your overall impressions?

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Re: 1L at Louisville taking questions

Post by Volnatic » Mon Mar 29, 2010 9:37 pm

I attended it. It was quite interesting, and the faculty was really engaging. I also found out that I receive in-state tuition since my dad still lives in KY. That was a big financial burden lifted off my shoulders.

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Re: 1L at Louisville taking questions

Post by hatteras1 » Tue Mar 30, 2010 11:35 am

Volnatic wrote:I attended it. It was quite interesting, and the faculty was really engaging. I also found out that I receive in-state tuition since my dad still lives in KY. That was a big financial burden lifted off my shoulders.
I was there too! I found the faculty to be very engaging too, and the students to be very normal and open about their experiences. I was very impressed. Volnatic, have you made your decision?

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Re: 1L at Louisville taking questions

Post by Volnatic » Wed Mar 31, 2010 9:39 am

I'm pretty sure that I'll be there in the fall, barring an acceptance off the wait list from the University of Tennessee.

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Re: 1L at Louisville taking questions

Post by AsylumPB » Wed Mar 31, 2010 9:55 am

Is anyone else going to the next ASD?

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Re: 1L at Louisville taking questions

Post by deadpanic » Wed Mar 31, 2010 10:14 am

AsylumPB wrote:Is anyone else going to the next ASD?
I plan on attending.

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Re: 1L at Louisville taking questions

Post by AsylumPB » Wed Mar 31, 2010 3:34 pm

see you there dead

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Re: 1L at Louisville taking questions

Post by Volnatic » Wed Mar 31, 2010 10:05 pm

Hatteras,
I was the guy that was pushing his mother around in the wheelchair...running her into walls and tables. It was my first rodeo with the wheelchair haha.

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Re: 1L at Louisville taking questions

Post by hatteras1 » Thu Apr 01, 2010 12:10 pm

Volnatic wrote:Hatteras,
I was the guy that was pushing his mother around in the wheelchair...running her into walls and tables. It was my first rodeo with the wheelchair haha.
Haha, I remember you! I talked with you all during the last session, I was waiting out in the hallway with you guys after that not-so-great "Living in Louisville" chat! Haha, don't be so hard on yourself, you navigated the wheelchair better than you thought!!

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Re: 1L at Louisville taking questions

Post by lawchampion » Fri Apr 02, 2010 4:13 pm

Did any of you guys receive Ulink access before officially getting the acceptance letter? I just got an email from financial aid office with all the info on how to obtain student ID. Is that a sign of acceptance?

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Re: 1L at Louisville taking questions

Post by hatteras1 » Mon Apr 05, 2010 12:28 pm

lawchampion wrote:Did any of you guys receive Ulink access before officially getting the acceptance letter? I just got an email from financial aid office with all the info on how to obtain student ID. Is that a sign of acceptance?
Did you submit a FAFSA by chance?

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Re: 1L at Louisville taking questions

Post by lawchampion » Mon Apr 05, 2010 12:51 pm

hatteras1 wrote:
lawchampion wrote:Did any of you guys receive Ulink access before officially getting the acceptance letter? I just got an email from financial aid office with all the info on how to obtain student ID. Is that a sign of acceptance?
Did you submit a FAFSA by chance?
I did, please tell me more

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Re: 1L at Louisville taking questions

Post by hatteras1 » Mon Apr 05, 2010 3:30 pm

lawchampion wrote:
hatteras1 wrote:
lawchampion wrote:Did any of you guys receive Ulink access before officially getting the acceptance letter? I just got an email from financial aid office with all the info on how to obtain student ID. Is that a sign of acceptance?
Did you submit a FAFSA by chance?
I did, please tell me more
I really have nothing but conjecture to offer, but they might be using ULink as a means of communicating possible financial aid. Have you logged in and checked your application status? That should be an option somewhere on there. Again, this is a pure guess, but I'm doubtful they would hand out ULink access to just anyone. Good luck, I hope you are admitted!

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Re: 1L at Louisville taking questions

Post by lawchampion » Mon Apr 05, 2010 3:41 pm

hatteras1 wrote:
lawchampion wrote:
hatteras1 wrote:
lawchampion wrote:Did any of you guys receive Ulink access before officially getting the acceptance letter? I just got an email from financial aid office with all the info on how to obtain student ID. Is that a sign of acceptance?
Did you submit a FAFSA by chance?
I did, please tell me more
I really have nothing but conjecture to offer, but they might be using ULink as a means of communicating possible financial aid. Have you logged in and checked your application status? That should be an option somewhere on there. Again, this is a pure guess, but I'm doubtful they would hand out ULink access to just anyone. Good luck, I hope you are admitted!
Thanks a lot for optimistic approach. Though I am able to use the ULink, I am unable to access my Groupwise email account. The application status check on ULink is only for financial aid documents, nothing about admission. I am tend to think they grant ULink access to just every prospective student so that they can check their financial aid documents.

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Re: 1L at Louisville taking questions

Post by dhatfie1 » Mon Apr 05, 2010 3:50 pm

You wouldn't happen to know either Greg Mayes or Leah Hart would you bizjunk??

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Re: 1L at Louisville taking questions

Post by Volnatic » Tue Apr 06, 2010 6:32 pm

hatteras1 wrote:
Volnatic wrote:Hatteras,
I was the guy that was pushing his mother around in the wheelchair...running her into walls and tables. It was my first rodeo with the wheelchair haha.
Haha, I remember you! I talked with you all during the last session, I was waiting out in the hallway with you guys after that not-so-great "Living in Louisville" chat! Haha, don't be so hard on yourself, you navigated the wheelchair better than you thought!!
At least I didn't throw her out of that thing haha. Hm, I'm trying to think of who I talked to after that "oh so informative" session.

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Re: 1L at Louisville taking questions

Post by JustBelieve » Sat Apr 17, 2010 5:44 pm

Did you submit a FAFSA by chance?[/quote]

I did, please tell me more[/quote]

I really have nothing but conjecture to offer, but they might be using ULink as a means of communicating possible financial aid. Have you logged in and checked your application status? That should be an option somewhere on there. Again, this is a pure guess, but I'm doubtful they would hand out ULink access to just anyone. Good luck, I hope you are admitted![/quote]

Thanks a lot for optimistic approach. Though I am able to use the ULink, I am unable to access my Groupwise email account. The application status check on ULink is only for financial aid documents, nothing about admission. I am tend to think they grant ULink access to just every prospective student so that they can check their financial aid documents.[/quote]

Same here. No access to my email address/client.

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