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Loyola University Chicago

BoomboomboomBoomboomboom Registered User Posts: 52 Junior Member
edited December 2013 in College Search & Selection
I have a really hard choice to make. I have the choice between Michigan State University and Loyola in Chicago.

I want a traditional college experience (football tailgates, parties, and a big school) but I also want to study business and I absolutely love Chicago.

From your experiences is it worth it to attend a medium school without a ton of parties and sporting events for the chance to study in Chicago (and, with my scholarship, live for free on Michigan Avenue!)

Help me make my decision.

Any depaul, UIC, and U of C students would also be of great help in answering this. Does Loyola have a party scene? I'm not worried about the academics, I think a driven student will be successful anywhere, I'm more worried about how I will fit in and enjoy the college life.

Any imput would be helpful.
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