|Students who got into TLU say:|
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| | SATs, Transcript, Volunteer work, Letter of Recommendations and a great attitude. I applied, wrote an essay, turned in my SAT/ACT scores, and I got it. It's not too difficult. If you've shown effort throughout your high school career and SAT/ACT scores, you will get in.
I sent in an application with just the basics. Some girl called me and told me I had to have an essay. I told her they had what they were getting from me. I never heard about it again. I know why...they needed the money...they are almost broke. The past 15 yrs or so has seen all their big contributers dry up. Didn't want to put more money in a sinking ship. I did some research and TLU is the same size (number of students) as it was 20 yrs ago. At least they aren't going backwards.
| History/Histories (art history/etc.)|| Oct 17 2011 |
I filled out an application with all the pertinent stuff and left out all the weird essay writing or asking if you were a tree what kind of tree, etc etc. They said to fill it out but my parents were wrting a check for my school, so the admissions people let it slide. Guess they need the money more than an essay about your dog.
| Business - Management and Administration|| Dec 03 2009 |