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Hi! I've gotten funded offers from both Bowling Green State University and Old Dominion University. I've drawn up a list of pros and cons, but I'm still not able to choose between the two universities. Can anyone give me some input on the reputation of these two programs? I'm aware that BGSU has one of the oldest programs in the country and is quite reputed. The faculty list is pretty impressive at ODU. Please help me, I'm really confused!
I am really struggling to decide on a school and the deadline is approaching fast! Could anyone weigh in on any of my top three schools? My biggest concerns are price, location, nontraditional student support (I'm currently a special education teacher), and availability of AAC courses. Could anyone add any input to my pro/con list on these concerns and other other pros or cons that may have made you choose that school. Thank you so so much! Temple pros: wouldn't have to move (save $$ and stay near bf/family), quality program Temple cons: 6 semester program, most expensive, known to be pretty difficult (which scares me a bit as a nontraditional student) WVU pros: cheapest (plus they gave me a sizable scholarship), 5 semester program, quality program WVU cons: move 5 hours away, campus size is a bit daunting, pay for living Old Dominion pros: favorite SLH clinic facility (attached preschools), more nontradiaional students there, quality program Old Dominion cons: 6 semester program, move 5 hours away, pay for living
I just received an email from ODU stating: " Congratulations! You are among the top applicants to the Old Dominion University Masters program in speech-language pathology. Our final decisions about admission to our program will take place following a live interview with departmental faculty and completion of a well-constructed writing sample. These interviews will help us to identify recipients of several $6000 scholarships and $4500 graduate assistantships." Does anyone know anything about this process, more specifically the chance I have to get into the school? They talk about me being among the top applicants, but does that mean the interviews will be to narrow down the applicant pool and to give out the scholarships? Also, does anyone know how many people will be accepted after the interview process or the types of questions they will ask? Thanks in advance!