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An Arts Degree is clearly the only way you will achieve your goals and ski all the time!
Plus you can shit on a stick and the artsy fucks will love you!! You cant lose!
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Personally I can live with that...
try something on the east coast maybe?
you gotta decide if you want a big state school, or a (possibly smaller) private school. the schools that have been suggested (except cornell) are state schools, where you'll be a number to them. I go to a small liberal arts school in VT, but am currently at a big university in NZ. The differences are astonishing. I litterly am a number here. I have to show my student ID to get my papers back. At home, the profs all know me by name and will personally make time to talk to me if I have any sort of problem. You're gonna have a hard time finding that personal commitment at a bigger state school, where the profs are trying to do their own research.
...just a very general comment and something to think about. state schools are cool, I almost went to one. they're just not for everyone.
He couldn't into any of the colleges you just mentioned.
Also, WashU doesn't have any skiing whatsoever nearby
Just because you go there, doesn't make it the best.
The top 5 best colorado colleges go in this order: School of Mines, CU, DU, CSU, Metro State. Follow this link for proof: http://diplomaguide.com/articles/Top_Colorado_Colleges_and_Universities.html
School of Mines has an average admission GPA of 4.12, so It'll be a stretch for you to get in, however.
You just proved the wrong point.
uw! but if your trying to get away from seattle for a little bit go to Cal with your brother. close to lake tahoe...
st. michael's in VT (~2,000) and victoria uni of wellington in NZ (~20,000?). I'm quite happy studying here at a big school for a semester, but I don't think I could go here all 4 years. it's reallly hard to focus in a lecture hall with 300 other kids, then go to a tutorial where no one talks because no one cares enough to read the homework and the tutors are a year older than you. I feel like I'm not learning much here, whereas at home I'll personally get called out by my prof if I don't contribute to the class. again, all about personal preference, but you really should take size of school into consideration.
also like someone else said, you don't have to declare right away. take classes that interest you before you're locked into your major. you might find something really cool that you never considered before.