Thanks for posting. Regarding your concern for your undergraduate university, one's undergraduate institution tends to weigh less in an admissions final decision than most people think. However, as your GPA was also lower than your colleagues, you should look for ways to differentiate your application. Begin considering who you would like to write a recommendation on your behalf, and consider your strengths and the message you would like to present to an admissions team. Additionally, one way you can look to strengthen your application is to look for opportunities outside of the workplace (nonprofits, etc.) where you can demonstrate leadership skills. It seems like you have already done this in the past, but you could look to get even more involved.
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