I won't be a senior for awhile but I took a trip to the University of Notre Dame. It has a beautiful campus and I liked it a lot. It's in South Bend, Indiana, which is in the middle of nowhere (no offense to anyone who lives there). I'm considering it, though.
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im goign to be a sophmore but i got letters from John Hopkins University and WPI, ive been to WPI already and they have a good campus its big and in Worcester MA, its kinda like MIT only smaller. John Hopkins i havent been to yet, but i will be going soon i think
im gonna b a senior this year n i am myself lookin for colleges but i have not gone 2 c ne yet becuz most of the colleges i wanna go 2 r in florida so yea but i donno if im even gonna go 2 college i have alot of things 2 think about so who knows but maybe when i go 2 florida ill check the colleges out n c what they r like n ill get bak 2 ya
I'm not a senior, but I've been to Embry Riddle Aeronautical University in Daytona, Florida. It's private, so it's expensive and I probably won't go there, but it has the nicest facilities. The dorms suck, but they build a new athletic center like every 4 years. When I went they were redoing the baseball fields and building a new tennis court complex. Since it's an aviation school, they have really sophisticated simulators. It's 3 miles from the beach, and it's close enough to Kennedy Space Center that you can see the shuttle launches. I used to live in Daytona and I loved it. Just my 2 cents...
im gona be a junior and ive been trying to figure out what i want to be before i think about colleges. But i have gotten letters for soccer from York College. But im looking at some place in NC cuz my parents are thinking of moving there and i have family friends down there and i love it down there lol. But i dont really no that many colleges down there cept for Duke and UNC but i dont really want to go to that large of a school.
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i'm going to be a sophomore but i took some summer classes at cal berkeley, and it's an ok campus but there are quite a bit of homeless people on the nearby streets and some scattered on the campus selling different drugs or drug affiliated items. also i did some tech work for robotics at cal tech and it has a well-kept campus in a quiet area, but it's small...
Im going to be a senior and was looking at the University of South Florida or the University of Central Florida. Tampa and Orlando are both big cities, plus its near the Port of Tampa and Port Canaveral. I wanna keep my jobs with the cruise lines, since i work for Princess now.
I go to Florida State in Tallahassee. UF is a great school, really just depends on preference. I personally didn't like their campus. FSU has so much more "charm" like a northern school with the brick and hills and trees. USF is supposed to be very Florida like. It is in a GREAT location with the gulf etc right there. UCF I have many friends that go to. They have a great campus but is in the middle of orlando. Orlando can be great, if you want to deal with highway traffic just to get to the mall etc. My BF wanted to go to Valencia for cullinary. Supposed to be a good school, dont know too much. Ekerd is also in a great location, but if you are going there because its a "christian" school, my friend had problems with that. PJC is like supposed to be the top junior college in the south or something. I know a lot of people from there that went to school there. Again great location.
I graduated in June and I'm going to Seton Hall University in the fall for international relations and diplomacy. I visited a lot of schools and I was accepted to Manhattan College, St. John's University, Clark University, Mount St. Mary's College, and Fordham. I visited schools like UCONN, Northeastern, NYU, Boston U, and a bunch of others. Also, for a while, I wanted to go to school overseas, either Franklin College in Switzerland, or Oxford where my boyfriend, but I decided to stay here in the Northeast. And I love Seton Hall, so it worked out good
go FSU....if i stay in state i'm goin there...but i plan on goin to NYU or penn state or sumthin up there...i saw columbia and NYU while i wuz in NYC this summer and penn state when i was goin into 9th grade...so yeah
vistied Penn State, U of Maryland, Towson University, Boston University and University of Deleware. Planning on seeing University of Virginia, William and Mary, and some others. but I live in PA....so right now i like Penn State
I'm going to UMaine. Only read the following if you're interested about UMaine, otherwise it's just boring information:
There isn't much to do in the area but the campus itself has a lot to do. It was voted #1 in some magazine as having the most things to do on campus out of all colleges in the country. There's a comedian every friday (some are very good and famous). They do karaoke every saturday (only the weird/drunk people do that though) and i think they give prizes. They do bingo every week with cool prizes (my friend won an x-box with a couple games). They play fairly new movies every wednesday and friday in a big building. There are tons of special events, too...these are just some of the weekly things i know of. For example, Maroon 5 played there as part of their tour. Our hockey team is very good and a lot of people at UMaine are hockey fanatics--games against UNH, BU, and BC are very exciting even if you aren't a hockey fan. We're also a huge partying campus but i don't do that, of course .
Anyway, Maine is definitely a unique state and we need some more out of staters on the campus...probably 80% of the students that go there are all from maine. umaine.edu if you want to look at it. *shrug* I have fun there.