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Hey Y'all :)
So I am trying to decide between:
1) Drew University in Madison, NJ
2) Rutgers University in New Brunswick, NJ [A&S, business]
3) The College of New Jersey in ewing, NJ
As my top safety school!
I would appreciate any feedback from current students or any admitted students planning on attending.
I was already admitted to all three schools.
Which school is generally better if i plan on doing theater and/or journalism and pre-law?
I know they are random, but I think I want to double major in the first two and minor in poli.sci. as of now.
(I would love to work on Bway, but if not Journalism or Law as backups. Which of these three schools are best for this?)
In Rutgers I got into Arts and Sciences and the Business School
Also, size is not a matter for me (idk large or small)
As far as all of these go, what is your recommendation for me and why?
(Also, in my acceptance from TCNJ it says I was admitted to the "program" of the major I applied to. Is this final if I go? So I can't double major or change it? I am in the School of Culture and Society, but might want to do a double w/ another major in the same school and a minor. Is this possible here?) :) thanks CC-ers!