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April 02, 2007


a sanchez

Did you look into University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana. One of top Engineering Programs in the country and one of top CS programs as well. Great facilities and very affordable compared to other universities. Also, lots of research money so it's easy to get assistantships.

Keri Morgret

Have you considered Cal Poly San Luis Obispo (CA)? It is one of the best engineering schools on the west coast, and their motto is Learn By Doing. They take their motto to heart, as my husband can attest with the number of lab classes he was in for his mechanical engineering degree. Engineers from Cal Poly are often in demand because of all of their practical experience.

It's a public school, so even out-of-state tuition shouldn't be too bad.

Casey Canfield

This might seem random, I wandered onto your blog while googling "engineering wilderness school". Your son should take a look at Olin College. It's a new engineering school in Needham, MA right outside of Boston. It has an innovative project-based curriculum, is the only engineering school I know of with gender balance, and offers every accepted student a full-tuition scholarship. I'm a freshman there so feel free to email me for more information.

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