Where are people getting their loans from? Is there a preferred lenders list for BC?
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Thanks for your response. I loved MIT. My Boston experience has led me to pursue a career here in Boston, and I have found that BC is probably the law school that places the best in the city other than Harvard. Cornell was very tempting, but it was too far removed for my preferences.
You can use the UG campus resources, although it is not necessary. The UG campus is amazing, as is the Newton campus. I believe I will be using the UG library at times, but other than that, I will probably stay in Newton. Of course, the BC sports teams play on the UG campus, so I will be there on Saturdays in the Fall when I can.
It was hard, but not that hard. The rankings and/or T10 are not all that matters in choosing a law school. The 15-25 range of schools will readjust every year; I believe making yourself happy is more important than some article in a magazine. Plus, you should take into account scholarships.
I also need to get a room soon. I hope to live within a walking distance from Law School.
I was accepted to Cornell and G-Town, but have chosen to attend BC instead. I want to stay in Boston and I recieved a decent scholarship from BC. It was a tough decision, but I like the atmosphere at BC and it was my target school when I first began this journey, although it was ranked much higher at the time, I am sure it is merely underated on USNews.
I have officially decided on BC Law and I am REALLY excited. I just got back from Georgetown and Cornell, and the trip solidified my choice. I'm happy to be remaining in Boston for the next 3 years, and hopefully longer.
I graduated from MIT and I will be living in the clevaland circle area.
As to Snuvy's question, Boston College is a feeder into the Democratic party in Boston. All of the Boston schools are liberal, and you should not be worried about the religous aspect of BC. My friends from BC Law say religion is more of a peripheral entity, not a central focal point. Any student who is not mature enough to handle your sexuality should probably not be going to law school yet anyway.
See you guys next year!
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