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How much is money playing into your grad school decision?

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Hello! Journalist here. I used Grad Cafe when applying to graduate school and am now writing an article on what it's like choosing a liberal arts master's program (for example, English, education, anthropology, communications, etc.). I'm specifically looking at how finances play into your decision. Do you think it's worth choosing a more expensive, big name school for a liberal arts master's program? Or is it better to choose a lesser known school that might be cheaper? I'm hoping to speak directly with someone who is either in the process of deciding on whether or not to go to grad school, currently choosing between programs, or someone who's a recent graduate of a master's program. The interview would involve using your first and last name. It would not involve financial compensation. Please DM me if interested in participating!

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For me, it was the determining factor. Not only in the offer, but also how much money might be available down the line. 

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