<p>Okay I desperatly need help narrowing this list.. as for visiting schools, havent got around to it but if you know any background information/pro's and con's it would do SO MUCH help!! Thankss</p>
U. of Wisconsin, Madison
Cuny City College-- Have no idea what this place is like!
U. of Montana
Indiana University in Penn.
Indiana at Bloomington
<p>sorry, your right I should have added that in</p>
<p>I want a good school academically but not so competitive to get into
I will major in the sciences( either Biology or Chemistry) Then going into med.
I want there to be a good social scene, beauty in campus is also a major plus. Great weather, good parties are pluses but not the most important however..</p>
<p>I also don't want the surrounding town to be boring</p>
<p>It seems like you're just putting in random schools.
"Cuny City College-- Have no idea what this place is like!"</p>
<p>I would recommend going on princetonreview.com or buying the Fiske Guide to Colleges 2007, to learn about a bunch of colleges. Fiske gives a ton of insight as to what the academics and social life are at colleges accross the country. They have quotes from students and overlap schools. Buy it.</p>
<p>I understand the list might seem, "random", but I did in fact take my time researching some of them. To answer the question as to why I have Hawaii Pacific, is because I have family down there and I thought it would be cool to get out of New York, to go to school there..</p>
<p>As for what I am looking for, I already said that.. A medium to large university with lots of majors and opportunities for students to pursue. Diversity would be nice.</p>