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It's going to be a tough decision between GA Tech and Pitt. However, I was wondering whether anyone had any input as to the quality of the engineering facilities at Pitt. When I visited for Decision Day back in Oct. of last year, I noticed that some of the equipment seemed a bit run down. Perhaps they only showed us a small room (I believe it was the car/automotive room), and it was not a good representation of the overall quality, but usually colleges tend to flaunt their best...
Despite that fact, Pitt still remains rather high on my list. Although I didn't get a lot of time to explore everything the city had to offer, I was able to get a feel for student life, and I like the medical center. My major is BME, and I believe they have a pretty good biomed program. Furthermore, I got a very generous scholarship, and financial aid plays a significant role in my decision.