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Why did you choose Syracuse?

Neil_PeartNeil_Peart Registered User Posts: 35 Junior Member
edited October 2007 in Syracuse University
I just wanted to hear what people had to say about why Syracuse was the right school for them.
Post edited by Neil_Peart on

Replies to: Why did you choose Syracuse?

  • PapersignalsPapersignals Registered User Posts: 138 Junior Member
    because of the terrible bus service and the snow. or maybe just the snow :)
  • jouraynalismjouraynalism Registered User Posts: 326 Member
    Newhouse 10char
  • bsb2007bsb2007 Registered User Posts: 277 Junior Member
    because it's a hidden jewel and many people oveklook it...and it's just my personality to take the road not taken...other than that, they have a kickass Musical Theatre program! It's it has good academics to go along with that...which, by the way, are kicking my ass right now.
  • Threekids'kidThreekids'kid Registered User Posts: 327 Member
    SU isn't my perfect fit, but Newhouse is, and Newhouse is worth any of the little discomforts I feel here.
    You can make anything work. There's no "College Fate".
  • zel17zel17 Registered User Posts: 381 Member
    because there's something here for everyone. Honestly, going in, it wasn't my top choice, but I got a ton of fin aid here (they're very generous with that, so don't worry about the sticker shock), and with the size of the campus, you'll find somewhere you fit in. I can honestly say I love it here, and have absolutely no regret about deciding to attend.
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