Don't really know anything about TJ so can really advise you on that...but how much did it cost you to use dellogio consulting service?
It might be an ok choice, just don't expect to get a job and be prepared to be failed out by their harsh curve. Honestly though, if that's your best choice I would suggest reconsidering your career choice. A paralegal at a biglaw firm would make more money than most TJ grads and you can do it with just a BA.
i just got offered a full ride to TJ (my safety school) and im still waiting to hear from my other choices (wisconsin, USC, Ohio st, case, MINN, Depaul, Arizona and ASU). i am assuming i will get into one or maybe 2 of these schools, but most likely with little or no money because of my numbers - 156/143 and 3.2, but i am an URM, so that will help. so the question is should i take thomas jeff's offer of a full ride vs going to a tier 2 and getting out with 60K+ in debt?? i have read stories on the internet about TJ graduates not being able to get jobs. so im thinking whats the point of graduating from TJ with no debt if i cant get a job when i finish. does anyone know anything about this? i talked to the asst. dean at TJ and she had nothing but good things to say about her school. also i am using deloggio's consulting program - she is delivering everything as promised, i highly recommend her!! i know i will have more good news in the next month or so
it's different for everyone.