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Posted by  steveA on April 28, 2003 at 09:54:00:

In Reply to:  architecture school choice posted by Eric on April 28, 2003 at 04:29:39:

I would not choose based on future debt. That can be dealt with via a deferred loan and by taking advantage of the numerous scholarships that are offered. I do not know UDM or USC, but Syracuse has an outstanding reputation in the north east region. The offices in NYC are filled with SU graduates, and the school was ranked no. 4 nationally by an arch. school publication whos name I forget now (call the school of arch. for details). It is essentially a sister school to Cornell; many of the profs. have experience teaching at both places. Tough school, nice campus, bad weather!

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