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My relatives stayed near the university, so I did not avail of the housing facility offered by my university. My friends stayed off-campus, costing around $11,000. My personal expenses were around $6000.
We foster a collaborative community that supports you, challenges you, and inspires you to succeed at every turn. A multidisciplinary approach to education gives you the analytical frameworks for unlocking solutions to complex problems. After securing a GPA of 9, I had applied through an online application form along with a $175 application fee.
You'll have easy access to world-renowned galleries and museums for inspiration as well as everything you need for your more basic needs, like Philz coffee, art and drafting supplies, and more. My living expense was around $10,000
My university promises a passionate commitment to helping the best and brightest minds turn their ideas and talents into a meaningful impact. At Booth, the mission is to create knowledge with enduring impact, and influence and educate current and future leaders. My GPA was 8. I had applied through an online application form.
The university provides us with seven residence halls. I am living in Snell-Hitchcock Hall. These halls are fully equipped with fire safety and storage areas. I have to pay about $17000 for rent and meals.
My friend's father, who is a data analyst has suggested this college to his son and me. As we both were interested to study abroad, we immediately applied for the university online via their official website by paying an application fee of $85.
I live off campus which has been great. Next year I'm considering moving to on-campus housing so that I can be more involved in the community. Really, you can?t go wrong living close to the school or downtown. It's fairly easy to get to the school in many places!
It's a top-ranked school and I wanted to take advantage of the best opportunities presented to me! I think my school will be able to catapult me to the highest levels of success. Also, I love the Chicago area and knew I wanted to live here.
I live in a dorm on campus and we have a housing model where we have 39 houses on campus to give the feel of a more close-knit community. My dorm is very nice, my house is amazing and gave me a lot of automatic friends, and the house activities are entertaining.
I wanted to attend college in a major city but away from home (I'm from NYC). Chicago is the second biggest city and this was the best school there. Moreover, I found the schools renouncement of safe spaces as a good way to further my intellectual discussions and hearing opinions that are different from my own.