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Where to go to school?
Colorado State, Colorado Boulder, Utah State, I want to do something in environmental engineering or natural resources something like that. Please Help
I'm going to University of Utah, it has the best access to the resorts around SLC. I know Utah State is real big on engineering.
Yeah, the U and Westminster are good for skiing, but I don't know about engineering. I'd probably go with CU Boulder.
I can't speak for the Co schools; but, Utah State is awsome. Such a fun school. Logan canyon is amazing if you are a climber. As for the skiing there... I drove home to SLC every weekend to hit Alta or the Bird.
if you are real interesting in engineering U of U is one of the top schools
well CU is sick as hell cause i live an hour from boulder and u of u should be sick as hell next year too. the scene at the ski areas in CO is really nice so thats a plus
word. im a ute, and an engineer. the u's engineering is better than any colorado school, unless you're going to mines. our environmental engineering program is alright, alot of my chem e friends switched to that.
i'm a biochem major at the U...one of the top schools in the nation for biochemistry. I shit you not, my advisor actually said the following: "If you graduate from a chemistry program at the U with a 3.7...you can pretty much count on going to grad school wherever you want to." that, plus utah skiing = good enough for me
i go to westminster for the most part, but i'm navy rotc at the U so i can tell you that they're both really good schools. as other people have said, the university's got very solid engineering programs. plus both the U and westminster are in a pretty cool area (sugarhouse/near downtown) and have the best skiing in the world.
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