The other option is the out-of-state tuition waivers. Anybody have any idea who to contact about those and/or how easily/often they're given out?
I was there today. I was told the waivers are only based on merit, and all out-of-staters are reviewed automatically. Decisions will be out by April 1.
If you want to get instate, you have to work full-time for 1 year (which you cant do while going to school full time).
Anyone think the school is worth out-of-state tuition?