The cost of both of these schools is something I know just enough about to tell you what I know. When I talked to a cadet from Norwich University last week at Hargrave Military Academy I asked him what the cost was like and how expensive it is per year. He said it was about $34,000 for board and room but in the end of all the payments it ended up to be about $57,000. At The Citadel the estimated cost is about $30,000 for room and board. In the end the cost for The Citadel is about $50,000 which is about $7,000 less than Norwich University total cost would be in the end order.
Considering that I would be attending either college as a ROTC Cadet I would assume that both colleges have about the same strictness. Like I said earlier though the cadet that visited Hargrave Military Academy two weeks ago said that The Citadel was more strict in their stature of the cadets. For example at The Citadel they are told to walk a certain way every where they go and eat very specific and in uniform ways. At Norwich there is no certain way that the cadets have to w...
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...g that school compared to The Citadel which is strictly a military college. The fact that The Citadel is strictly a military college I know that there will be fewer females that attend because there are not a lot of females willing to attend a Military College. That is why on this note I am leaning more towards The Citadel because girls are a major distraction.
In conclusion I have stated my unknowns about each of the colleges that I want to attend in my near future. The unknowns are as follows; the student to teacher ratio, the mechanical engineering program/field, and the amount of females that attend the college. The student to teacher ratio is probably about the same for each school. The mechanical engineering program has long hours but good pay to support a family. The amount of girls because females are distracting and take guys minds off the important things.
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