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Where should I go?

HueyFreemanHueyFreeman Registered User Posts: 388 Member
I am a junior now with a 90 GPA. I haven't taken the SATs yet but I expect somewhere between 1800 and 2000.

I am interested in colleges that are in or very close to major cities. No rural schools at all. I'm really not that into the whole party all the time/frats rule type of school(but a school with no partying is also a no).

I am interested in majoring in either journalism, political science, or psychology.

I want a diverse college, can be a LAC to Large Public University.
So far, I have:

NYU, GWU, USC, U of Miami, BU, Temple, U of Washington-Seattle, American, Tulane, Occidental, Columbia College(Chicago), Depaul(religion there worries me), UMD-CP.

Where else should I look?
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Replies to: Where should I go?

  • TheMK99TheMK99 Registered User Posts: 1,019 Member
    you should look to improve your SATs with that school list
  • RobotabRobotab Registered User Posts: 486 Member
    University of Rochester :) check it out for more info-- I love that school :)
  • Erin's DadErin's Dad Super Moderator Posts: 36,116 Super Moderator
    Case Western in Cleveland. No journalism but they do have English, Psych and Poly Sci.
  • scout59scout59 Registered User Posts: 3,464 Senior Member
    Don't let the religion aspect of DePaul bother you - even though it's a Catholic school, they have a very diverse student body, including every religion under the sun plus a healthy dose of atheists. The school prides itself on ethnic and religious diversity.....
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