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I notice that many engineering programs struggle to attract qualified female candidates. Does this translate into scholarship money? Any suggestions?
D has a 35 ACT (33 Math), 2310 SAT (720 Math), 3.75+ uGPA. 5 on AP Calc AB and AP Eng Lit, 4 on AP Bio. Starts AP Physics B, AP Stats, and AP Eng Lang this fall. 8 credit hours worth of Arabic from summer programs at well-known university. Good ECs, but not engineering related (debate, MUN, etc). Full tuition from state flagship is almost a given, but not exciting to her. Will not qualify for need-based aid.