I’m certain it will affect transfer students… But I can’t be entirely sure.
I have no idea, I think they look over and over the very qualified students until they finally decide who they want.
I’m uncertain. Sorry :\
Well is this like an official website or something? I don’t know, I’ve never ever gone on one of those ratemyteacher or some kind of thing site….
The student life in those terms is very active. I mean, we have plenty of couples at Cooper and plenty of parties (as I’ve said in previous posts).
Not many people actually know of the Cooper Union from what I’ve experienced.
And what college ranking are you talking about? Is this some kind of website…?
We did just have the first ever Cooer Union Drag Race, but I’m not sure if there are actually people who dress in drag. -shrugs-
I got rid of all the photographs from this Tumblr because I stopped posting them. I do not have a Flickr, but as soon as I get some kind of photography oriented blog or portfolio going I’ll post a link up.
And thank you for thinking that they were beautiful. You kind person have made my day! c:
Well if you haven’t received it FOR SURE (checked mail box, email, and not gotten a phone call), CALL THEM. If you don’t get a concrete answer on the phone, and you live in NYC, then I guess you can always try to come by Cooper to get your answer (it won’t hurt to try, at least).
No, it depends from year to year.
20-35 students for architecture (is that what the website says…?)
~60-75 students for art (those numbers are ones from my own approximation, I’m not getting these from the website)
and the rest are engineers
We do have the opportunity to take math or sciences classes through electives that are offered. For this semester Physics, Biology, and Math in Art were available. It’s not as intense as the classes that the engineers (or even the architects) take, though.
It is hard to balance school work and free time. Usually you end up using most of your time on projects, so you’re working, and the spare time you do actually get is either from slacking off, some sleep, or when you need to eat. It’s possible to make it work though and still have some sort of social life/time for yourself, you just have to have good time management skills.
I don’t know the actual numbers, so I won’t pay attention to that, but there will always be people who got deferred that aren’t accepted during regular decision time. IMO it isn’t giving them false hope, it’s (normally when such incidents don’t happen) just the admissions people saying, “Hey we like you/we find you interesting/HMMMMMMM, we’ll give you another go at the next round of people,” so I don’t think it’s any bit cruel, it’s just how it is.
I think they should be by now, since at the beginning of May you should already decide for sure what school you’ll be attending. If you haven’t received any kind of letter, you should call. But I assume this week or next week you’ll be getting something (don’t trust that entirely since I don’t actually know, I’m guestimating).
I don’t know the actual statistics, maybe half the people who end up being accepted are early decision students, and so maybe half or so of those get deferred?
Sorry I can’t be of any help.
So I’m reading this version of Ruby Quest http://evilcorporation.com.br/rubyquest/ because I’ve seen the fanart and some of the people I follow have done it.
Can someone explain to me kindly how this whole thing started and how it was enacted out and is it totally over? Like is what I’m reading in that site (which is page by page with drawings) is the completed RQ shown as a story now?
I’m so interested in it and I’m gripping my seat with anticipation~~~~!
Also, I apologize that this is non-Cooper related post.