Does any one have any info on the part time program there (SMU)? Would I have a better chance of getting scholarship money part-time there, or a lower ranked school like Pepperdine, Penn State, or Richmond?
Scholarship funds at SMU are limited, so if you didnt get when after your acceptance, you probably dont have one. SMU is also big law oriented, and with the debt you accure, you are probably going to have to start off in a corporate firm just to pay off your loan. Another thing to consider, SMU does not allow people to transfer from the evening program to the day program.
what amount was the scholarship for? Also what were your scores/gpa if you don't mind me asking?
The SMU Part-Time doesn't carry the same weight as the full-time but the Dean there has been pushing the program very hard and as I understand it's starting to get more attention from people in Dallas. I love Dallas so I would say go to SMU, then again I know very little/nothing about the other schools.