Not Excited about choices help

<p>I am currently faced with the problem that I'm not super excited about any of my school options. I was Accepted to University of the Pacific, UC Riverside, Cal Poly SLO, and Azusa Pacific. I was wait listed for UC Santa Barbra and SDSU. I have minuses for all of them and need some positives.
Here are some of my(-)'s
UOP- its in Stockton which is scary and limits you to stay on campus
UCR- It is not a school I ever pictured myself at and doesn't have as good of academics as the others.
Cal Poly- Good school but i live in the same town and i need something new to experience
Azusa- No night life, i am not at all a big partier but i would like to be able to occasionally go out to a party or something fun
UCSB- love this school but waitlisted and hardly anyone gets off
SDSU- maybe to big of a party school</p>

<p>Correct me on any of these and what are some of the positives of these schools?</p>

<p>Would you be able to stay on campus at SLO? It’s a great school and maybe being on campus would give you enough of a change of scenery.</p>

<p>Azusa Pacific is very good (with a dynamite choral program) but you need to be a fairly committed Christian to be comfortable there. I am quite sure the students there have lots of fun. </p>

<p>A family member graduated from UCR and loved it. </p>

<p>SDSU does have a reputation for partying but no more so than UCSB. At both schools you will find what you are looking for in terms of types of people (heavy/moderate/light partiers as well as people who make their own substance-free fun). SDSU is in a beautiful area.</p>

<p>UC-Riverside doesn’t have as good academics? I would argue that UC-Riverside is actually one of the better schools on your list.</p>

<p>When you are in college, nearly everything will be new. Even if you live in the same area, you will experience it in a different way as a college student and an adult than you did as a high schooler. Cal Poly SLO is a great school especially in the STEM fields.</p>