@DoctorJDO - Did I talk a lot about being from Chicago? haha, I don't even remember. Though, I think I remember you
But yes, as of right now I would like to end up in Chicago for residency and CCOM would seem to be the best choice. However, for some reason it didn't jump out to me as I was hoping it would. Though, the more I think about it, the more I am open to being somewhere else for residency depending where life takes me, lol.
@sideways - thanks so much for directing me to that thread! I actually didn't much care for KCUMB initially during my interview day, but as the day progressed the school grew on me. It might be the work of the admin and student ambassadors though because I found it odd that no other students tried to interact with us that day, I mean like NONE. Whereas compared to other schools, random students in the hallway or on campus would come up and say hi and chat. I've also been trying to get in touch with a student at KCUMB but they don't give out a list of student contacts and I get the feeling that they do that so they can choose who you talk too - big brother style i guess...lol
Some ramblings about DMU - I actually had a good feeling about DMU, I liked it a lot and the interaction with other students contributed to this favorably, like getting turned around in the building while trying to leave and having some random guy notice and ask if I needed help. I didn't see DMU as being rural as avoidthetiger mentioned, just more small city? Now, Kirksville is my definition of rural and I don't think you could pay me any amount of money to live & study there...I think I would go mad.
I may be leaning towards DMU right now, but I still don't really know. It seemed like DMU had a lot of students married or with families and being someone who isn't in those categories makes me wonder if i'd have the the social experience there that I would like. Anyway, Sideways' post kind of pulled me away from KCUMB. Anybody have info on any skeletons in DMU's closet?