I'm holding on to my job until the 16th. Getting in Philly (and seeing for the first time the appartment I've already rented) on the 25th.
People get over discrimination. Blacks do not.
All that is transcendent is explained away.
This is a cold, passionless ideal to believe in
I'm fine with science and reason, but it is those things (science and reason) that tell us everything must have a source of some kind. That nothing can come from nothing. And if that is so, who created science and reason?
This school charges approx. $23,000US for out of state residents and approx $9,000 for in state residents. Thus making it one of the cheapest law schools in North American if you make residency. So if a Canadian were to go there they would most likely have to pay $23000 their first year, but residency requirements are not hard to meet.
Also, it helps to note that if you do not go to an Ivy league law school then it pays to know how far you law degree will go. What I mean is that if you go to a law school for example in California, people in New york, FLorida, Mass. might not look as highly upon it and will turn to more locally trained lawyers. So be prepared to work even not far from where you obtained your law degree.This is essentially true, save for the Ivy league part. Replace that with 'T14' or 'National school', and you're correct. And to add precision, beyond the national schools that allow you to work everywhere in the country, there also some good regional schools. For example, BU or BC are probably good anywhere in New England, U of Washington covers the Northwest, and Emory all of the South. If you know which region interests you, you can consider trading rank for scholarships.
Got my bill today. Anyone know why the scholarship is not automatically deducted from the amount due?
I'm in the same boat. I called Dean Henry and he said he'd try and fix it, but as of this morning it still wasn't fixed.
be sure to check the new activity tab on the penn.pay page, it shows the updated bill, so the credit might show up on that and not the bill on the first page
it is very hard for a Canadian to get 150K+ in loans to attend a U.S institution,