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  • highopeshighopes Registered User Posts: 1,581 Senior Member
    I'd say American and Fordham would be safeties.
  • alamodealamode Registered User Posts: 2,063 Senior Member
    how about Emory, Rice, Tufts, and Wash U St. Louis in terms of reaches or matches?
  • highopeshighopes Registered User Posts: 1,581 Senior Member
    Rice - low reach
    Emory - high match
    WUSTL - match
    Tufts - match

    That's how I'd rank them.
  • alamodealamode Registered User Posts: 2,063 Senior Member
    thanks
    any other ideas would be welcome =)
  • unaloveunalove Registered User Posts: 3,725 Senior Member
    It's big, but it otherwise fits your requirements (including fashion design classes!)

    UC Davis
  • ricegalricegal Registered User Posts: 1,350 Senior Member
    You might think about Carnegie Mellon. My son got in last year with your stats. Their school of Humanities and Social Sciences is a little easier to get into than their tech schools. They also have a great theater program so you might find some costume design classes. Since the CMU ratio is 4:6 female/male, you have an advantage as a female. They like people who are interested in a variety of things, yet know what they want to do. The undergraduate student body is 6000.
  • alamodealamode Registered User Posts: 2,063 Senior Member
    Thanks I'll looks into CM
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