LawsRUs wrote:Re Stinginess
Whats the deal with the scholarships?
Do they not make an offer unless u submit the 500-word essay?
Is it still true that they dont give u instate tuition in ur 2L and 3L even tho u want to settle in washington state?
is seattle still hard to break into?
does their LRAP suck?
im really worried about their reputable stinginess. even tho their tuitn is on the lower side, at the end of the day, i am seeing that its coming to pretty even n comparable with some higher ranked schools--which worries me
It might be a WA policy or something but for undergrad I had a friend who moved from Minnesota to attend and he tried to have his tuition price changed because he had continuously lived in the state for more than two years. The school told him that when you are a student they don't count you as a resident no matter how long you've lived there unless you are no longer in school. It might be the same for law school and graduate school in WA. In undergrad I had assumed it was this way in all states but I've never looked into it. Maybe someone else knows more about this.