Sorry it's been awhile since I posted. Congrats to all who've been accepted!
I attended the meet and greet last week too and it was generally pretty informative. If you go to one definitely have specific questions, because the current students, financial aid officers and the scholarship recruiter will be there. But it is a proactive type of event. If you have questions they will answer them but it is not a formal information session.
The current students said that it is a lot of work. But they still all have lives outside of the program, which I found comforting. One students I think put it well by saying she just treats it as a full time job...meaning from 7am-5pm, 5-6 days a week she is focusing on school but she still has time for other things (but I'm pretty sure none of them had outside jobs).
I look forward to meeting you all!