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This is a new experience for me. I did not receive the aid that I hoped I would get but I am anticipating as soon as University acknowledges what type of a student I am, they will be willing to assist me in the process while a student here. My parents have been big supports for me and they have helped guide me along.
I am not to clear about the off housing environment as an incoming freshman. The fact that I am also coming in out of state adds to the inability to comment on this topic at the moment.
As a freshman you don't need to worry about it - new policy is that all first year students live on campus. However, off campus housing is plentiful and in a wide range of prices, often much cheaper than the dorms (assuming approximately 900 a month covers dorm housing and food).
What I like about Oregon State is that the girls I have meet seem goal orientated, which I like. I am very focused and I like to see that the individuals around me are like minded.
The engineering program at Oregon State is very extensive. The only thing is I would have to go on for my masters to get into the Aeronaticual aspect of what I want to study.
Have not started school yet, but what I have seen about the program, I seem to like. The mentors I have met with seem to offer a balance program and I anticipate that I will enjoy every minute of it.
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