So these are my choices

UMD: College Park
UMD: Baltimore County
George Washington</p>

<p>I will also hear from the following in a few weeks, so they may or may not be options (though i really am assuming they will all be rejections sides bucknell):</p>

<p>Carnegie Mellon

<p>Its a pretty huge selection. My problem is that I really have no basis for picking between them. I am undecided, and i flat out said that to every school I applied to, and so far, none of them had a problem with it (no rejections yet :) ). But that also means I cant judge schools based on my major, as I really dont have one.</p>

<p>I dunno, im leaning towards northeastern for the moment, because the location and school itself looks to be pretty awesome. But I really don't know how i'm going to decide.</p>

<p>Not sure how much help i can get on this, but anyone?</p>

<p>My personal favorite among all of those is GWU. It costs like 654654687654 million dollars, though, and without a significant aid package, I don't know if it's worth it.</p>

<p>If you can afford it, go to GW. DC is a great city, and they have a wide selection of majors which is good if you don't know what you want to do.</p>

<p>Of those that you've been accepted to: Maryland. Cool campus, school with some history, good reputation.</p>

<p>You don't have a major but do you have a group of majors that you are considering? Of the schools you have already been accepted into, I would say either Maryland (particularly if you are interested in Engineering, Business or the Sciences) or GWU (if you are interested in International Relations or Pre-law).</p>

<p>Put all of the names of the colleges you were accepted to into a hat and then pull one out. :)</p>

<p>If you get into Hopkins, I'd go there. Otherwise, I'd choose GWU (but like tulsadem said, it's super expensive), then Northeastern, then College Park.</p>

<p>i would choose UMD college park. great public school, beautiful campus with moderate weather. so many things to do, i reall think theres something to do for everyone. i visited my ex there in november for the BC football game and had an amazing time. if youre into sports then youll definetly love that.</p>

<p>GW would be nice if you could afford it or got a scholarship. northeastern is a cool school, expecially with its co-op program and good if you want a school acutally in boston and didnt like/couldnt get into BU. however, from the one night that i went there to see friends i felt that it lacked a sense of community.</p>

<p>it would help more to know what kind of person you are, and what youre looking for in a college.</p>

<p>It would be hard to turn down the U. of MD., especially as an in-state student, besides, there is plenty more party propaganda to be absorbed from the People's Republic of Maryland's flagship university. Keep your fingers crossed for the remaining four schools because none of your current options stack up to Maryland IMHO.</p>