<p>So my interest in out of state universities is sparking. Considering my grades, family issues ( not just speaking of household) etc.... I'm starting to think it will only be a logical move for me to make. Though my top choice is in Michigan, I'm starting to reconsider what may be best for me. I doubt I was influence by my other cousins who is also graduating with me and non with interest of in state schools.
So what is each Big Ten university known for? What are out of staters chances? Since I was looking at university close to the city of Lansing, yet well respected Purdue University is high on the list ( depends on how things turn out, if it appears it will be the best move, then it's nice to be reasonable driving distance).
Big Ten Universities:
Michigan State University
University of Michigan- Ann Arbor
University of Minnesota- Twin Cities
University of Wisconsin- Madison
University of Illinios
Unversity of Iowa
Ohio State University
Pennslyvania State University
(If these ten are not enough then consider mentioning as well: Arizona State University, University of Arizona, University of Colorado)</p>
<p>I have particular interest in majoring in science ( biology, pre-medicine etc...) though with my local hopsital, and my doctor ( she does not take right steps to finding out food intolerance, allergies etc....) I'm being pushed away from that field.</p>