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Does anyone know if there are schools that are known to waive secondary application fees for individuals that did a service commitment before applying? I am going to get to asking the admissions committees at my schools soon, I just wondered if there was a list of this somewhere or if it is common. I figure at worst this gets me in contact with the admissions office if I have any further questions.

On TFA's site you can see a list of schools http://www.teachforamerica.org/why-...its/graduate-school-and-employer-partnerships
but this is woefully incomplete as it was well known to us that were in Louisiana that LSU waived your application fee if you participated in a service program. However this is not listed on their site.

Can not seem to find it reported on any schools' sites which is a real shame because practically no Law/Graduate school charges you an application fee if you did a program like this.

If anyone has any experience with this at these schools, thanks:

UC Dever
Oregon
Washington
UC San Diego
UC San Francisco
Stanford
Johns Hopkins
University of Pittsburgh
 

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I emailed all schools I applied to. Some randomly allowed me to waive my fee, others didn't. Tulane, Yale, etc did.

OHSU- nope.
 
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