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My oldest son made a decision and will be studying civil engineering at the University of Maine in Orono, ME this fall. He received a scholarship offer to match in state tuition rates and will also participate in the Honors College on campus. He was torn between the Univesity of New Hampshire and UMaine and cannot say one negative thing about UNH, the feeling he had on the Maine campus and the simple fact it is out of state were the driving factors.

Big changes coming around here and in general an exciting time of life.
 

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My oldest son made a decision and will be studying civil engineering at the University of Maine in Orono, ME this fall. He received a scholarship offer to match in state tuition rates and will also participate in the Honors College on campus. He was torn between the Univesity of New Hampshire and UMaine and cannot say one negative thing about UNH, the feeling he had on the Maine campus and the simple fact it is out of state were the driving factors.

Big changes coming around here and in general an exciting time of life.
That's nothin. I decided I am having green ham and eggs for breakfast tomorrow.

Sincerely, congrats to you and your son. It is a big commitment. I got committed once...but that was not my fault.:eek:
 

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Congrates :)
 

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Hey Matt,

Good for him!

Hope he enjoys a rewarding career!

Later, Mark
 

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Congratulations. It warms the soul to see our children embark on the path to a successful & rewarding future.
 

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My son's major was in Civil Engineering at Alabama University. He's now working for the State of Alabama as a civil engineer and makes pretty good money.
 

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My oldest son made a decision and will be studying civil engineering at the University of Maine in Orono, ME this fall. He received a scholarship offer to match in state tuition rates and will also participate in the Honors College on campus. He was torn between the Univesity of New Hampshire and UMaine and cannot say one negative thing about UNH, the feeling he had on the Maine campus and the simple fact it is out of state were the driving factors.

Big changes coming around here and in general an exciting time of life.
Congrats to your son on his big decision!

Civil Engineering is no small task. I wish him the best!
 
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