Looking for a traditional campus in a big city and chances?

<p>Does anyone have any suggestions?</p>

<p>I have found, USC, University of Washington, Boston College, University of Michigan (sort of)
and i need some more ideas</p>

<p>My stats are</p>

<p>GPA: 3.6 Unweighted
ACT: just took but predict scores to be between a 27-31
Just finishing junior year- second semester junior year- 3.7</p>

<p>3 years tennis- 2 years varsity
3 years leadership
over 100 hours community service
2 years national honors society- next year officer
also want to start a key club and french club at my school</p>

<p>I have taken 5 AP classes and an honors class (my school only offers 2) and i am advanced in every subject besides math</p>

<p>did a short exchange program in France too</p>

<p>Can anyone list some schools that have a traditional campus feel but are also located in a big city.</p>

<p>I was looking at boston university, but the campus is so scattered around throughout the city ( is what i have read, i have not visited, if anyone has a difference of opinion they can say it for BU)</p>

<p>I plan on majoring in athletic training or physical therapy</p>

<p>I know that this is a lot to ask for in a school , but i live in a small town and i am ready to experience something new and i want to be in a big city but i dont want to compromise the traditional campus for that, with sports teams and school spirit and so forth.</p>

<p>any suggestions will be appreciated</p>