It looks like I won't be getting into Stanford (class is full, application still pending, etc., etc., etc.), and Yale was always a long-shot. That means it's a Longhorn Life for me (which I'm thrilled about, btw; Texas is a great opportunity for me).
I have several questions, and I'm hoping y'all will be good enough to enlighten me.
-- Do I need my car in Austin? Insuring it probably wouldn't be that expensive, but if I end up never using it, what's the point? I haven't been able to find much on this point, however.
-- Like 95% of law students, I intend to live off campus. In the name of all that is holy, I'm determined not to live in a co-op. That leaves the most prominent off-campus apartments:http://www.utexas.edu/international/isss/housing/lt_housing
The Castillian 2323 San Antonio (512) 478-9811
Dobie Center 2021 Guadalupe (512) 505-1000
Goodall-Wooten 2112 Guadalupe St. (512) 472-1343
Hardin House 2206 Rio Grande (512) 472-6717
University Towers 801 W. 24th St. (512) 472-5846
Texana 2819 Rio Grande St. (512) 476-5657
Anybody have any insight on those? Their webpages are remarkably unhelpful. I do plan to fly or drive out to determine housing before I actually move (Austin is close enough to Tucson for me to get away with that), but I was hoping somebody might have the heads-up.
Thanks in advance!