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  1. Hey everyone! So I applied for several masters in counseling, and so far I've been accepted by Mental Heath counseling Master program of 1. Indiana University in Bloomington, CACREP 2. New York State Uni of Bafflo (600 hr internship 60 credits ) 3.wait-listed by William and Mary. I am having a hard time making this decision, if anyone could give me some advice or input on the matter and their opinion on the school or program. it would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!
  2. Hi! I am freaking out trying to decide whether to go with a phd from Thomas Jefferson University or University of South Florida. After I graduate, the degree from which school would have better reputation?
  3. Hello, I am in the process of choosing between PhD programs, and I was hoping to get some advice on how to go about broaching the subject of the need for additional funding. I have four great choices so far, but the program I am most interested in offers the least funding of all of them. Without sounding demanding or ungrateful, how could I mention my financial concerns? And, would it be appropriate to mention my other offers? I will be attending the university's (my top program's) Prospective Student Open House soon. Would it be best to speak to the director in person then? Or, should I wait until after the Open House? If I wait until after, should I address my concerns in writing via e-mail or with a phone call? Thanks in advance for any advice you have to offer.
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