OK. im gonna jump in here and give you a word of advice (even though i dont like you that much because you had me banned just because you were offended by my username-- pretty pathetic.. but i've moved on)
SO... here is what I have to say
DO NOT GO TO A US SCHOOL FOR THE LOVE OF FUCKING GOD. if anything apply to a canadian university if you absolutely must go to north america.. UBC is a very good school (much much better than MSU which is one of the easiest schools in the country to get accepted into) with very good study programs.
If you had any interest in actually getting a good education then you would know better than to ever consider an american school... a little bit of simple research on the web could tell you that (and I mean by reading news articles, googling the right questions, checking out UNI websites etc.. not posting threads on a web forum that is mostly dominated by spoiled as fuck and uninformed 15yo skier kids). the system of education in the US is so outdated and a bachelor's degree here unless it is earned from an extremely prestigious school will do virtually nothing for you or your future career (if you care about having one of those). Not only that.. but being that you are foreign you will probably pay upwards of 60,000 US dollars just to get by every year (for tuition/room/board/skiing).. while meanwhile you could go to a dutch school for a tuition price of about 1500 euros a year. you must be fucking loaded or not give a shit? I don't know. Maybe you could consider a university in Austria or France where you can do an international program which would be taught in english as well.. cost you WAY less... and give you equally as amazing skiing opportunities... if you have the money though and you want to be abroad and learning in english then definitely look into UBC... Vancouver is an amazing city with shit loads of incredible skiing very close by.
that's my two cents. I hope it helped.