10+ Year Member
- Dec 4, 2008
Just to get to know each other. Figured this would be easier for everyone to find than a thread titled "New Medical School" ...
I have a question to the others that have been accepted. I was also accepted a few days ago. I think the school is great, but I am not ready to make a final decision on where I will attend next year. On the reply form, if I select yes, am I committed to the school or can I withdraw my acceptance later if I decide to go somewhere else.
Thanks and congrats to everyone here.
The interest rates are the lowest they have been in years...the problem is getting a faith loan for most people in their twentiesWith the economic and banking crisis, you guys worried about getting private loans for TCMC and the high interest that may come with them?
The interest rates are the lowest they have been in years...the problem is getting a faith loan for most people in their twenties
It seems to take between a couple of days to two weeks after receiving the "application is complete" e-mail. They have been notifying by e-mail, regarding an interview.Hi guys,
Congrats on admission
How long did it take for TCMC to notify you for an interview? Did they call? email?
http://www.thecommonwealthmedical.com/oth/Page.asp?PageID=OTH000195Hey, where did you find the links on the apartment complexes around the campus in Scranton? Thanks and congratulation to you of course. Maybe when we get into May and the class list becomes more or less finalized, we might be able to start up a facebook page for the TCMC Class of 2013 so we can start posting pictures and getting to know each other.
As I said earlier all the cuts that we may have to make (and this is early in the process we still hope some money will be restored) will be made in non academic areas. We may have to hire staff more slowly, grow our research program more slowly than we would like, cut conference travel, etc. There are many areas we can look at without having to impact educational support. The Dean has made it clear that educational activities and quality will not be compromised.Will other potential need based financial aid packages be affected? With each student having $40,000 COA after the initial extremely generous scholarships that 5 million would have made it a lot easier on everyone. Where will the cuts have to be made to account for this loss of funding?