FSU vs UCf

<p>Which school should I attend? I have been accepted into both school. I like both FSU and UCF and I’m torn between the two.</p>

<p>Any suggestions?
Pros and Cons about both schools please!</p>

<p>It depends on what you are looking for! Also, you need to consider which school might be better for your major. However, think of each school in terms of its atmosphere and setting:</p>

<p>FSU- In a smaller town. The area around the campus is very spirited and you will know you are in Noles country. Football games and school spirited is wonderful. You will definitely be able to feel that you are part of the university community. If you are interested in Greek life, it might be bigger here than at UCF. However, Greek life is not a prerequisite for fitting in at FSU. It is an older campus, but I have always liked the looks and feel of the campus. Red brick buildings, the hilly terrain, and abundant trees are a nice switch for a person from South FL (like me). </p>

<p>UCF- In a bigger city. If you want the feel of being in a setting that is comprised of more than just the university, then this might be for you. It is also larger than FSU. More students- and I’m not sure but I’m going to assume the campus is bigger (?). Buildings are newer and more modern.</p>

<p>I’m planning on majoring in accounting. I have been a FSU fan all my life, but recently I’ve heard a lot of good things about UCF. Which school would be better for my major?</p>

<p>I am in the same predicament as you. Except I am minoring in accounting and majoring in Legal Studies/Political Science/Criminology. Just curious, where did you end up choosing? I’m personally leaning towards fsu because of its great criminology program, but I already accepted UCF and put down my deposits got financial aid and a 6,000 scholarship. But recently I’ve been second guessing myself</p>