Can you recommend some schools to me?

<p>GPA: 3.6, but should be a 3.7 or above by the end of this school year.
SAT Superscore: 1850
Extracurriculars: Tennis, American Sign Language Club, French Honor Society, Rotary Interact Club, DECA.</p>

<p>I'm looking to major in business, most likely business management and maybe minor in something such as marketing or finance. I'm looking for a school that's great with job placement and gets a lot of recruiters hiring, specifically with the business majors!</p>

<p>I'm looking to stay towards the East Coast and not go farther out west from Jersey than PA.</p>

<p>I really need some help finding some schools!</p>

<p>Here are some that come to mind right away:
Pace, Hofstra, James Madison University, Bentley College, Bryant University, SUNYs, Montclair State, TCNJ (reach) and Ramapo College if your from NJ, Susquehanna U., Marist, Ithaca College, Roger Williams, Northeastern (reasonable reach), Champlain College, UVM, Towson U., Salisbury State, Univ. of Mary Washington, Queens U of Charlotte, some UNCs (ie: Asheville, Wilmington-reach, and other campuses), Eckerd College, Rollins, U of Tampa, Elon (reach), Roanoke College, College of Charleston, Manhattan College</p>

<p>You will have to investigate recruiting by contacting career centers. It is my belief that your best chance for meeting recruiters who recruit on campus are at schools with LOTs of students, and/or in cities (IMO, most recruiters are not particularly interested in traveling to rural areas to recruit on a tiny campus which can only offer them a few students that are going to be able to submit resumes).</p>

<p>TCNJ (reach), Rutgers (match), Rowan (safety) as instate publics.</p>

<p>Private and out-of-state schools to consider, depending on finances:
Northeastern is known for its coop program and job placement
American U
U Richmond
NYU (reach)
Bryant (has a business focus)
SUNY Binghamton (low OOS tuition at the SUNYs)
U. Delaware</p>

<p>Check out Business Week's undergrad rankings and then compare with 25/75th percentile SAT scores to see what schools would be reasonable safety/match/reach schools, and apply to schools with a range of selectivity levels.</p>

<p>Best</a> Undergraduate Business Schools 2011 - Businessweek</p>

<p>Alfred</a> University - College of Business - Success of Graduates</p>

<p>Alfred University (NY), within one year of graduation, 98% of their graduates from the School of Business, were employed or in grad school. </p>

<p>COA is about 38k/year, highest merit award is $14,000/year for School of Business.
Small classes, know your professors, Division III Athletics, no Greek Life, housing all 4 years, merit aid, need based aid, shuttles to Rochester airport at peak break times, buses to NYC at peak break times. </p>

<p>USNWR's Great Schools Great Prices
Fiske Best Buy
Princeton Review's Best 300 Business Schools
Fiske Small Schools strong in Engineering
Fiske Small Schools strong in Art & Design
Princeton Review's Best 373
Fiske Guide 2011 </p>

<p>Best of luck in your college search! :)</p>

<p>This is a great resource of schools who have AACSB accreditaion, which may be important to you:</p>

<p>AACSB</a> Business and Accounting Accreditation</p>

<p>What can your family afford?</p>

<p>Thank you for all of the great recommendations! Pitt and Drexel are big front runners for me.</p>

<p>Erin's Dad- Price isn't an issue. I'm just trying to come up with some schools. </p>

<p>Also, I was interested in Penn State for a while, but I'm not so sure anymore.what do you guys think?</p>

<p>OP, price isn't an issue as in your family is OK with spending $50K/year for school, or price isn't an issue meaning you don't want to consider it?</p>

<p>Financial Aid Statistics: DREXEL UNIVERSITY </p>

<p>Financial Aid Rating: 73
Freshman receiving any financial aid: 94%
Undergraduates receiving any financial aid: 89%
Average Percent of Need Met: 56%
Average Total Financial Aid Package: $21,488
Average Freshman Total Need-Based Gift Aid: $14,844
Average Undergraduate Total Need-Based Gift Aid: $13,204
Average Need-Based Loan: $12,875
Average amount of loan debt per graduate: $35,082 </p>

<p>Tuition, Room & Board run about $46,000/year, probably more now, this is from the Princeton Review website. </p>

<p>If you have financial need, don't assume that all the schools you are interested in will meet 100% of your need, very few schools do.</p>

<p>Hey TaylorBaton,</p>

<p>I'm going to be a shameless supporter and recommend that you check out Appalachian State. It's not any ivy league school like some other posters were recommending, but it's quickly becoming prestigious for a state school. Your GPA and SAT score are about average for incoming freshmen. </p>

<p>We are known for our programs in education, business, football, and music. (Just kidding about football...sort of. haha.) The Walker College of Business is strong in international study, and has programs in Management, International Business, Marketing, Economics, Hospitality, and more. It was ranked in the Best Business Schools by Princeton Review.</p>

<p>And price-wise, it's one of the least expensive schools around. </p>

<p>Some websites you can check out are Appalachian</a> State University :: Boone, North Carolina and Walker</a> College of Business. </p>

<p>And if you have any more questions, I'll be glad to help too.</p>

<p>PROFILE OF 2009-10 FINANCIAL AID Freshmen: PITT </p>

<p>Financial Aid Applicants 3,007 (82.6%) of freshmen
Found to Have Financial Need 2,059 (68.5%) of applicants
Received Financial Aid 2,020 (98.1%) of applicants with financial need
Need Fully Met 794 (39.3%) of aid recipients
Average Percent of Need Met 81%
Average Award $10,530
Need-Based Gift Received by 1,503 (74.4%) of aid recipients, average amount $9,623
Need-Based Self-Help Received by 1,552 (76.8%) of aid recipients, average amount $4,577
Merit-Based Gift Received by 812 (40.2%) of aid recipients
Merit-Based Gift Received by 274 (7.5%) of freshmen without need, average amount $14,678</p>

<p>"And my Dad is willing to give about $10,000-$12,000 a year! Very low, I know, but I plan on applying for scholarships like a madwoman."</p>

<p>I think price is going to be an issue for you.
You can apply for outside scholarships but they are only good for one year.
Some schools will take an outside scholarship & reduce the amount of your grant money by that exact amount, so it benefits the college, not the student! </p>

<p>You have to be realistic about what you can afford.</p>

<p>OP, please listen to SLUMOM's advice in the post above!</p>