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Child of Professor...Opportunity?

sourkrautsourkraut Registered User Posts: 23 New Member
edited January 2014 in Emory University
I am the child of a professor at Emory. I really want to go to University of Michigan though. Is it a plausible option for a type of tuition exchange between universities, such as a UMichigan's professors son going to Emory for free and I go to UMichigan for free? I know that tuition to Emory is free for me, not so sure about children of UMichigan professors though. Any info/ advice on this?
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Replies to: Child of Professor...Opportunity?

  • aigiqinfaigiqinf Registered User Posts: 4,032 Senior Member
    As far as I know, the only such programs I've heard of are through the Council of Independent Colleges and The Tuition Exchange, which neither Emory no UMichigan is a part of. I wouldn't expect to be able to go to UMichigan any cheaper on the basis of courtesy scholarship at Emory.
  • doryphorusdoryphorus Registered User Posts: 174 Junior Member
    This is not helpful, but I am so jealous of you. What does your mother/father teach? And why do you want to go to Michigan??
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