NEED HELP ASAP! Syracuse VS Binghamton

<p>I'm transferring as a junior transfer and I just found out a couple of days ago that it will cost me the same to attend Syracuse as it would to attend Binghamton so I'm not sure which one to go to anymore. I had planned on attending Binghamton before.</p>

<p>At Syracuse I will be in the Whitman School of Management as a management major with a Policy Studies minor. </p>

<p>At Bing I'll be in the Harpur School of Arts and Sciences majoring in Philosophy Politics and Law. I would like to apply for the Harpur Fast Track MBA after a semester also if I attended Binghamton.</p>

<p>I'm kind of torn because I wanted to attend Syracuse out of high school but it was too expensive then but I've heard Binghamton's business school is amazing and if I were to get into the Fast Track MBA that would be great. But it is posisble that I may not be accepted into the fast track program so I'm not sure.</p>

<p>I hope to go to law school one day and every grade you've ever received is factored into your law school application gpa and while my gpa now is very good, during my first year of college it wasn't so great. Would attending Syracuse for undergrad possibly help me eventually get into their law school?</p>

<p>Also, Syracuse is closer to wear I live so I could go home more often if I wanted to. I would also be living in an apartment so I wouldn't have to fork over 10k for room/board.</p>

<p>Thanks in advance for your help! I need to decide within a week as classes begin in less than 4 weeks and I'd have to forfeit my Binghamton housing soon and look for an apartment in Syracuse because they're is no more space in the housing there.</p>

<p>Since your question is more about the schools themselves than transferring per se, I suggest that you also cross post this on the College Search & Selection forum, and possibly on the Business Major and Law School forums. There are also the individual college subforums as well, but they are likely to be more bias in their replies.</p>

<p>i would go to syracuse. private school for public school prices = yes</p>