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Moving to Colorado: relocating, Kaiser, university, education, great schools, Denver.

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Old 02-15-2007, 05:41 PM
Location: Colorado Springs
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Yes, she is an actual Kaiser Employee. The office is not that big, definitely just admin stuff. I would guess around 20-30 employees. If you have any other questions, feel free. bashep
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Old 02-17-2007, 12:32 PM
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Colorado Springs is a very exciting place to live with extremely tempermental weather haha. It feels like winter lasts for 9 months, but you have nice days thrown in there.

The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs is located off of I-25 at Nevada or garden of the gods whichever you prefer. It is more expensive to live on the north side of town, but the quality of education and general living is much better than the south side of town. My husband is army and I support our troops, but as a general rule try not to live close to Ft Carson. Obviously you have a lot of 18-21 year old guys with nothing to do with their time. Again, the south side of town is cheaper but for a reason.

UCCS is a good school, but if you are a Letters, Arts, and Sciences major its extremely easy so if you are looking to be challenged perhaps this isn't the school for you. Although, this school has a huge communter population and an even larger population of students who are married and/or have kids. I think it makes the professors a bit more flexible on things if they see that you are willing to put the work in not just being lazy and missing deadlines.
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