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My dad....

wendy08wendy08 Registered User Posts: 106 Junior Member
edited August 2007 in Georgetown University
If my dad works at jesuit university does that make tuition free....or acceptance rate higher. I know this falls for BC but and all other jesuit schools, but i hear that GT was different...
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Replies to: My dad....

  • charlie conwaycharlie conway Registered User Posts: 14 New Member
    hey there, my friend has the same advantage, im almost certain that Boston College and Georgetown are the only two within the network of schools that doesnt waive tuition. so you wont get that tuition benefit, but id assume that there is some benefit in the application process... however im not certain how greatly it would help you in getting in, but its a plus nonetheless
  • wendy08wendy08 Registered User Posts: 106 Junior Member
    damn.....that sux
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