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 ~Ohios
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I was wondering if it is realistic to hope for a full ride and maybe a housing stipend? I'm looking to go to UCLA or USC, applying as an URM with a 3.9 GPA and 177 LSAT. I couldn't apply for any of their ED scholarship programs, is that the only way those are given out or is there still a chance for me? And I've heard of people talking about housing stipends, but are they actually a "thing"? Thank you in advance!
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 Stephanie Oswalt
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~Ohios wrote: Tue Jan 04, 2022 4:23 pm I was wondering if it is realistic to hope for a full ride and maybe a housing stipend? I'm looking to go to UCLA or USC, applying as an URM with a 3.9 GPA and 177 LSAT. I couldn't apply for any of their ED scholarship programs, is that the only way those are given out or is there still a chance for me? And I've heard of people talking about housing stipends, but are they actually a "thing"? Thank you in advance!
Hi Ohio!

Thanks for the post! Full rides and housing stipends are indeed a "thing." :) However, it's unfortunately still too early to tell the likelihood of schools giving them this year, especially after last year's competitive cycle.

Thanks!

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