Prospective transfer from ASU to UW?

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  1. mko1991

    mko1991 Member

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    Hi, I'm a MIDN 4/C at the new NROTC Battalion at Arizona State, and I just got a call from my mother a few nights ago that there's a good possibility that my family is going to move to the Seattle area. I know that if I want to transfer schools, the cost of attendance can't be significantly higher then the one you're transferring from. Is going from around $21,000 a year to $25,000 a year at University of Washington a significant increase in cost?

    Very Respectfully,

    Prospective Transfer
     
  2. aglages

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    Help me understand what your parents moving to Seattle has to do with you transferring to a different college/NROTC Unit. As I understand your situation: you are from Anchorage Alaska and have chosen to attend school at Arizona State University (far from Alaska). Now your parents might move south to Seattle and after 8 weeks in your current unit you want to move closer to where your parents might move? If living close to home was important wouldn't the University Of Washington have been a better choice from the beginning?

    I recommend that you talk to your NROTC Unit Commander. I'm sure s/he will have lots of answers and good advice for you. Good Luck! :thumb:
     
  3. mko1991

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    Well thought of moving to Seattle came out of the blue for my family too, which I never took into account when I chose ASU. Don't get me wrong, I love the NROTC Unit at ASU and the university itself. Its just probably more convenient for my parents since the cost of room and board would be out of the factor. And the thought of transferring is just a that, a thought; nothing's set in stone yet. Just wondering if the chances Pensacola would support the move were in my favor. And of course, if the thought does seem to become more of a reality, I'd ask my NROTC adviser.
     

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