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Tennessee or Alabama

easyalessefforteasyalesseffort 115 replies22 threads Junior Member
I have narrowed my college choices pretty much down to these 2. I have a 32 on the ACT and Alabama gives great out of state scholarships. I am from Memphis, a decently large city, and I am concerned that Tuscaloosa will be too small of a city for me. I love the campus at Alabama, but I think Knoxville is a better overall city. Both of these schools offer everything that I want academically, so I am just asking which school has a better party, Greek, and student life.
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  • happymomof1happymomof1 30604 replies194 threads Senior Member
    Have you applied to and been accepted by both? If not, go ahead and apply to both of them. If you are accepted by both and they are equally affordable for you, go visit them, and see what you think.
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