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Waiting to hear back from SJSU's Counselor Education Department for Fall 2019


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Does anyone know when we'll be hearing back from San Jose State's Counselor Education program? I'm an undergraduate, and I applied for their Master's in Education with a concentration in Counseling and Student Personnel with a Pupil Personnel Services (PPS) credential.

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@Ternwild

On 3/2/2019 at 6:33 PM, Ternwild said:

I don't.  But, I want to mention that I've been to San Jose State's campus quite a few times and I have to ask, was that your only choice? 

Why do you ask?

It was the only school I applied for because it was by far the cheapest option. SJSU had lower tuition than the other schools I was looking at and it's only a few miles away from where my family lives. 

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6 minutes ago, Diane23 said:

@Ternwild

Why do you ask?

It was the only school I applied for because it was by far the cheapest option. SJSU had lower tuition than the other schools I was looking at and it's only a few miles away from where my family lives. 

Just curious.  I've been to SJSU a number of times and it isn't a great campus.  I admit it is very cheap, but the campus is small, the buildings are old, and, from what I've been told, the feel is similar to that of a community college.  But that doesn't matter, as it is just my observation.  I was just curious if there was something interesting about it, such as a good professor or quality program that drew you.  😃

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10 hours ago, innosappo said:

What a bizarrely and needlessly rude response. Why insult a school that someone else is hoping to attend?

I don't think it was rude.  I was implying that my impression of the school isn't great and was curious if there was more to it than I was giving it credit for.

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On 3/5/2019 at 7:57 AM, Ternwild said:

I don't think it was rude.  I was implying that my impression of the school isn't great and was curious if there was more to it than I was giving it credit for.

I did my undergrad there and I loved it. Yes, some of the buildings are really old, but it’s a great school and the community is wonderful. I didn’t stay for grad school because it’s crazy expensive to live in the area if you’re not in tech. 

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