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I'm going to be a psychology major, but I do not feel limited to stay in a college with psych majors only. I'm creative and would appreciate being around artsy people, but above all I'm looking for DIVERSITY. Not just a certain type of person. I want to be around sociable people who know how to have fun and party, and at the same time are intelligent and serious about their work...
What do you think would be a good match for me, what are the advantages/disadvantages of each college?
I've narrowed it down to these so far but I can't make up my mind! :
College 9/10~ These are the newest colleges, and it seems like they have the best facilities and dining halls, but the themes (International and Global Issues / Social Justice and Community ) seem somewhat boring....
Merill~ I like the theme of this college, and I would take advantage of the honors opportunities available here.
Porter~This is the most beautiful college in my opinion... I like that it's close to the fitness center, which I will be going to a lot. And it has a beautiful view... The theme is great too.
Stevenson~ When I visited this college, it had a really a really great atmosphere, the people seem really artistic and friendly.