<p>I am interested in biology and neuroscience and plan to follow a pre-health/pre-med track. I come from a small suburb and my teachers have all recommended a small liberal arts college. However, I'm not sure that will necessarily get me into medical school. I have narrowed down my selection to the following three: Fordham University, Northeastern University, and Stonehill College. Any advice?</p>
<p>Muhlenberg college…they have a program with both Drexel and Temple to allow students to be admitted to med school while still undergrads.
and on the neuroscience front
<a href=“Neuroscience | Muhlenberg College”>http://www.muhlenberg.edu/main/academics/neuroscience/</a></p>
<p>Thanks for your insight; however, my selection is between Fordham, Northeastern, and Stonehill. If you have any advice regarding these three I would really appreciate it.</p>
<p>My S went to Fordham and loved it. He was in the business school but they do have a very strong pre-med/pre-health program. They are all fine schools but there are definitely differences. You are the only one who can decide the best school for you. If there are any major differences in financial awards, that is important especially if you are planning to go to grad school. Consider if you want a Catholic school or not, think about your preferred location, what size school you prefer, if you have any interest in a coop program etc.</p>