So by may 1st I have to decide between these 4 colleges. I am going to major in either electrical or computer engineering and maybe also in business.
Minnesota Twin Cities---> Ranked 28th in nation for engineering and pretty good business school. Also it's a huge university (over 50000 undergrads) and there is Hyland (about 30 min drive) nearby which has a pretty sick park. For me this university would cost about 24000
Colorado School of Mines-----> Ranked 25th in nation for engineering but if i would go there i could only get a minor in business. Small university (less than 10000) and closest skiing is about 50 min away but there is copper and breck and lots of other super sick places less than 2 hours away. For me this university would cost about 27000 but its in colorado which is sick
Madison----> Ranked 20th in nation for engineering and phenomenal school overall. Pretty big university but might be a bit too close to my home ~45min. Skiing has tyrol nearby (45 min) but it doesn't have a great park. This university would cost around 20000
University of Portland----> Not sure on the ranking but doesn't seem too terrible and neither does it seem too good. small university but has some sick skiing sort of close (mt Hood). this university would be 24000.
I listed my choices in order from the one i'm most considering to the least but mines and twin cities should be tied i can't figure out between those 2. All costs include room and board and a few other expenses i added in.