Engineering schools

<p>I go to a special school called the Missouri Academy (<a href=""&gt;;/a&gt;) where we basically take college classes for the junior and senior years of high school. After graduation we recieve a high school diploma, an associate's degree of science, and 60+ hours of college credit from NWMSU. I am interested in engineering, specifically computer engineering, but I am not 100% sure engineering is what I want to do.</p>

<p>These are my stats:
ACT: 31
SAT: 1400, Math 660 Verbal 740
GPA: 3.5
Activities/community service:
Not a whole lot. I participate in Boy Scouts and hope to get my eagle soon.</p>

<p>These are the places I have/will apply soon (in order of precedence, if the price is right):
U of IL - Urbana-Champaign
U of CO - Boulder (its in Colorado)
U of MO - Rolla (its in state)</p>

<p>Are there any other nice engineering schools that you would recommend applying to and I would have a chance at being accepted? Also, reasonably priced would be nice.</p>

<p>Case Western and Purdue might be good. From what I've heard I think Case Western gives pretty good aid (especially merit)</p>

<p>Penn State and Virginia Tech are very competitve engineering schools. If money isnt an issue, they're both very solid choices. I'd consider they'd be matches/borderline safeties for you.</p>

<p>You might also look at Lehigh, Bucknell, Drexel, Union, Lafayette, Rochester, WPI, RPI, for starters.</p>

<p>Thanks for the responses...but there are just too many choices...</p>

<p>I might try Georgia Tech.</p>

<p>I know Embry Riddle has computer engineering, and something like 96% of their graduates get hired by good places. They also have computer science, in case you wanted to switch out of engineering.</p>

<p>pull up all of you grades, try MIT</p>

<p>Will colleges be more lenient towards grades considering I am taking college classes for the last half of high school?</p>