An alternative would be to either ask them if you can push off your start date until after your graduation, or see if there is a possibility to work with them on a part time basis while you are in school with that company providing some kind of tuition reimbursement for you. Offering them alternatives like these will put the ball back in their court and will demonstrate to you how much interest they truly have in you. In other words, do they just want you to fill a job now or do they want you to have a career with them.
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