Definitely undecided but likely some sort of social science or humanities major! Money is a factor but not hugely so.
Hamilton - strong gut feeling when I visited campus, love the alumni network and career advising emphasis, hopefully good social/work balance, wanting to do acapella and love that culture @hamilton. Worried it’s the least communal/homey feeling, too preppy, too cold and remote?
Haverford - love the location (and weather), great teaching and prof/student relationships, also fun acapella (prefer Hamilton’s but not strongly), strong gut feeling while on campus, communal/family/Quaker vibe honor code would suit me well for life? Worried too small, too rigorous, most expensive, bookish/quirky student stereotype (same as Hamilton preppy stereotype- not necessarily a negative! Just looking for a range of personalities :))
Carleton - most affordable, excellent teaching and prof/student relationships, communal vibe, northfield is fun and cute, trimesters (more classes and opportunities to “restart” in a year). Worried about unappealing acapella scene (this is huge for me but I realize seems unimportant to most!), trimester system is fast paced (too rigorous?), super cold, similar quirky type to Haverford?
Clearly I’m quite indecisive so any thoughts would be so welcomed (esp thoughts about overall culture) thank you for taking the time to read this!!