It really doesn't matter. It's only undergrad. Both of these schools will offer basically the exact same 'education' with the same 'future': you have profs from the same backgrounds, using the same 'methodology' (the exception is the business school where one is more case based than the other), the same text books, faculty coauthor and go to the same conferences, etc. etc. There are similar class sizes, majors etc. Sure one is more highly ranked than the other in terms of research recognition, but for undergrad, it really will not make any difference.
Go with the one that has a culture that works for you- be it student body, specific types of majors, location.
I speak as a Canadian professor and researcher.