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MA in English - Seton Hall vs. Villanova

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I was accepted to Villanova without funding and Seton Hall with a likely teaching assistantship that covers tuition and provides a stipend. I know that Villanova is a much better school, but Seton Hall is a much better fit, and the funding helps. I did my undergrad at a small state university, so Villanova would be a nice leg up. I'm struggling with the thought of declining their offer. How much will the school's reputation matter when I apply for PhD programs? Does anyone have advice or input?

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