RedDO

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I was just accepted to MSUCOM last week. I have been in at KCOM since October... Anyone have pros and cons for the two schools? I am trying to get additional input so that I can make the best decision. Thanks!
 
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I was just accepted to MSUCOM last week. I have been in at KCOM since October... Anyone have pros and cons for the two schools? I am trying to get additional input so that I can make the best decision. Thanks!
Well, seeing that you're from MI, I would suggest MSUCOM. Cheaper (no OOS tuition) you'd be closer to family/friends, and you wouldn't have to move all the way to Kansas.
 

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Well, seeing that you're from MI, I would suggest MSUCOM. Cheaper (no OOS tuition) you'd be closer to family/friends, and you wouldn't have to move all the way to Kansas.
KCOM is in Missouri :p

I think they're both great schools.
 

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Although I am a KCOM student, I'd stick with MSUCOM if I were you(You get in-state tuition, right?). If you were OOS for both schools, then it would be more about where you want to spend your first two years.

That being said, KCOM has a bunch of rotation sites in MI. It changes a bit for every class, but we have a good thing going with the MI sites.

Congrats on your acceptances, many would love to be in your 'difficult' situation.
 

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Although I am a KCOM student, I'd stick with MSUCOM if I were you(You get in-state tuition, right?). If you were OOS for both schools, then it would be more about where you want to spend your first two years.

That being said, KCOM has a bunch of rotation sites in MI. It changes a bit for every class, but we have a good thing going with the MI sites.

Congrats on your acceptances, many would love to be in your 'difficult' situation.
I'm with RD on this one ... cost is so crucial. If you were OOS for both, I'd say to go to KCOM, but I personally wouldn't pass up instate tuition for anywhere (no joke).