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  2. Time Left: 7 days and 20 hours

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  3. My dd is considering a double major in motion pictures and business. Since it's not a dual major, it will take her 5-6 years.
  4. We've run into several colleges with theme housing. These colleges all had LGBTQ+ houses. Maybe that's an option at the colleges at which you're looking?
  5. Thanks! Interesting that you didn't send in transcripts to colleges - I assumed that was a required thing to do. It didn't occur to me to *not* do it. We've had some colleges even say that they wanted outside provider transcripts, but if we could leave that completely off the table, that would be preferred (from a coordination standpoint - DD has taken a LOT of outside provider courses).
  6. I have absolutely no idea, but wanted to let you know you are not alone. This college stuff is hard! :grouphug:
  7. DD is going to have to withdraw from a PAH course and I'm wondering if the withdrawal shows on the PAH transcript? Thanks!
  8. This. 16 yr old dd has a chronic illness (and possibly a second; waiting on a specialist to see for sure), and we would do anything we could to help her so she doesn't have to wear herself ragged trying to make ends meet and afford college.
  9. Thank you so much, JennW! This is immensely helpful. I think the biggest thing for my dd will be the location (we live in small town Ohio, so it won't be new and shiny like it was for your ds) and possibly the time of the classes (she has a medical condition and early morning classes will be very hard on her). But definitely still on the list. Thanks again!
  10. Thank you so much! Here are some of her questions: What is the learning environment like - collaborative? Competitive? What are the professors like? Dd is thinking of a major in physics or chem. How big are the gen eds? Lively campus community, or is it dead on weekends? Are there a wide range of sections for classes? In other words, are there classes that only have one section or very limited times (like only before 10 am, etc)? How does the school help you figure out what to major in if you are undecided?
  11. Dd (16) is starting to look seriously at it and likes a lot that she sees. We're thinking about going to Scot Day this weekend (or, if not this weekend, then another visit weekend this fall) and I know she'd love to chat with someone who attends. I thought I'd check here to see if anyone has a child who attends to see if they would mind answering some of her questions. It doesn't have to be in person; email would be fine as well. Thanks!
  12. What about Antioch? Their writing workshop just finished, and I think they have a fairly good program. If I'm not mistaken, the CTCL were designed for B students (and it looks like you already visited some), so maybe that list would provide some additional options.
  13. Of course, happy to update as we go through this. The outside aid comes from a number of different scholarships - his track record is getting the majority of his students to have their entire tuition paid for from outside sources (there is at least one renewable one that my daughter qualifies for that is $15k/year, for example). I know of at least one case where there was such a surplus of aid that the student attending a private uni had an additional $10k/year available to her for things like study abroad. And, according to him, the outside aid does not reduce any merit aid that is a *named* scholarship that is not need-based (we won't qualify for financial aid). This is really not my area of expertise; he worked admissions at a prestigious ivy, and we talked with some other homeschoolers who used him in the past and spoke very highly of him and corroborated his methods.
  14. I have this in my bookmarks: http://automaticfulltuition.yolasite.com/ - not sure if that's what you're looking for. We chose to work with a counselor to help with the aid and selection process. He's big into outside aid for paying nearly all of the cost, so we're giving it a try. If all else fails, the local university isn't too bad, and would give dd a lot of merit aid (plus, no housing expenses). Good luck!
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