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Hi All, I'm pretty bad at navigating this site so forgive me if this thread already exists for 2018 but I've been looking at a 2015 edition of this thread and it seemed really helpful so I figured I'd start one for this year. I'm currently trying to decide between: Rutgers: Interdisciplinary. 2 years. full ride. possibility of GA positions worth 7k a semester. #20 in US News Rankings (don't know how they do these but...) University of Florida: Arts + Technology. 3 years. full ride. 22k/year teaching fellowship (20 hrs/wk). #82 in US News. USC: New Genres. 2 years. Waiting to hear back on funding. #69 in US News. Florida State University: Interdisciplinary. 3 years. full ride. 8k/year teaching fellowship (10 hrs/wk) #69 in US News. I'm currently pretty stuck between Rutgers and UF. It's hard to ignore Rutger's stature and proximity to NY but it's also hard to ignore 22k/year in Gainesville, Florida (this would feel like a fortune) and the added bonus of a 3 year program with lots of individual attention. Any input on either the specific programs or just best modes of thinking for identifying the right school would be super appreciated. Thanks in advance.
Okay, so last year I was accepted to Art Center in Pasadena for New Genres. However, after finding out that it would cost $90,000 to get my masters I decided to look into state schools in California. I would like to be in LA or very near. I don't like being isolated in suburban areas. I have been looking at Cal State LA, UC San Diego, CSU Long Beach, USC Roski, UC Irvine, CSU Northridge, and CSU Fullerton. I really know nothing about these schools. Does anyone know which of these have good grad programs for New Genres? I'm really lost. I've searched all over the internet for student reviews and can't find any for the grad programs. I currently live in Tennessee so I can't just drive over there and see which one is best. Thanks so much ))))