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Northeastern requires courses that cover creative expression, culture, ethical reasoning etc, etc. and he’s not interested. This is a kid who would be happy to take 4 years worth of STEM courses with maybe an Econ class and a possibly a linguistics class. What look like moderate and fairly flexible gen ed classes to most people look unpleasant to him.
Hamilton is too remote, unless there’s a town or shopping area to walk to.
I forget what Rochester called theirs, but students do need to take some other courses besides the ones in their major. I hope your son realizes that.
ETA: clusters! That’s what they are called at Rochester.