I've recently been admitted to a couple of theater programs in universities, but I've managed to narrow my choices down to:
BFA at NYU Tisch School of the Arts
BFA acting at USC's school of Dramatic Arts
Liberal Arts at Tufts.
Tufts might come as a surprise, but I've shortlisted it because I really identify with the atmosphere there. I think it might offer and amazing life for 4 years (rowing, comedy clubs etc) while letting me study things I've always wanted to (french, politics etc).
Tisch and USC are self explanatory.
Currently I'm leaning towards Tisch over the other three because of its excellent and esteemed drama program, and also due to the fact that I can double major.
A BFA in USC wouldn't allow even a minor, unless i switch to a BA.
And Tufts isn't as intensive.
But there are other things like USC being closer to Hollywood, being less costly, weather etc.
Many famous people have graduated from tufts undergrad theater department as well. In addition I've heard counselors always say the Masters matter more than the Bachelor's degree.
So I really need some opinions (advantages and disadvantages of each ) so I can have a holistic objective view of where I should go if I want to be an actor.