Nov 7, 2013, 4:19 PM
Post #169 of 169
Ah. I live in Dayton, where you can get a 1-bedroom for $325, if you're lucky (average at an actual apartment complex is probably $450). So that DOES sound reasonable. $8k/yr - $4,250/semester, to be precise - still seems awfully chintzy, though, and far below most other programs that I've heard described as "well-funded," which usually go at least 12. Unless they fund during summer semester, of course, but I've heard that's rare.
Anyway, it's kind of an odd situation, since what I saw on their site didn't seem all that promising... but what I'm hearing elsewhere and around the web is just the opposite; not specifics, but just generally good vibes. I was just wondering if anyone else could elaborate a bit.
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