they are both fine for where they are - they don't translate though. All things being equal, UH probably sets you up better for success in Houston than Fordham does in NYC
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« on: January 23, 2010, 03:52:24 PM »
Yeah, you can try to get Loyola to match, but many schools are having issues right now with endowments, so who knows.
The more important issue concerning the scholarships is the requirements to keep the scholly. You need to know the GPA/class rank you need to keep the money, and then determine which might be easier to maintain. Also, ask how they put people in sections. It's possible that they load one section with students on schol and then let you battle it out to the death, so to speak, knowing that many of you will therefore lose money after the first year.
« on: November 17, 2009, 01:46:13 PM »
there are attorneys who handle these matters. If you have a formal hearing, you better talk to someone to ensure it's not stacked against you.
« on: October 23, 2009, 12:49:04 PM »
Branching is not all based off of LDAC. 40% of the calculation is your GPA.
HAHA..that probably explains the FA officers I knew.
It's not comparable. The new school doesn't add you for anyone's stats, so you're just a cashcow to them.
Make sure your current school is cool with it. I've heard, anecdotally, of more than one T20 that doens't like letting students visit, probably, again, for cash reasons.
I'd highly recommend it. I know a couple of people who visited and loved the change of scenary.
« on: October 18, 2009, 10:27:18 PM »
Dude, I don't know enough about you or their thought process to say you have zero, especially if you can sell your dedication and love of the army that you'll do 20. That said, I know it's tough and if your heart would be broken without being assigned to a USASOC unit just keep that in mind. Needs of the Army is a goofy animal.