diplom privilege and debt here tilt the hand in favor of Marquette. housing prices in Milwaukee are insane-o as well (in a good way, i have a good friend who bought a 3500 square foot home in a great neighborhood for just under 300K) so your dollar goes farther. additionally Milwaukee is undergoing a bit of a renaissance as well with the state dumping millions of dollars into the city in an attempt to spur growth. if you have kids look at the university school, one of the best private schools in the country. sadly i don't know much about Cinci, but if debt is a consideration, all of the factors i mentioned above count...and the quality of life is great...and you live less than 1 hour from Chicago. i say go to Marquette hands down. good luck
Quote from: Nimmy on May 16, 2007, 05:09:46 AMHow did you get that kind of money out of stingy ass Marquette. I didn't get a cent and I have family members who went there and the same LSAT score as you. 48% reporting their salaries to Cincinnati sounds really shady to me.I didn't think they were that stingy. According to the latest ABA guide 36.7% full time students (569) are receiving grants (3.2% half to full and 3.2% full), and 63.7 % of the part times students (146) receive grants (11.6% half to full and 8.2% full). I assume the competition among students is friendly for the most part because all of Marquette's scholarships only require that you remain in good academic standing (2.0 gpa).
How did you get that kind of money out of stingy ass Marquette. I didn't get a cent and I have family members who went there and the same LSAT score as you. 48% reporting their salaries to Cincinnati sounds really shady to me.