Looking for a traditional campus in a big city

<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>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>


<p>Have you thought about UCLA or UC Berkeley?</p>

<p>WUSTL, but it might be a reach for you.</p>

<p>Looks like your sorta on the right track. USC is in a large city but traditional campus or more so than others in major cities. University of Washington, very nice campus and awsome city is one of your best picks. You might also want to look at: University of Texas-Austin, Ohio State University- Columbus, University of Miami, University of Arizona, Arizona State University, and maybe Northwestern.</p>

<p>Also University of Toronto</p>