Seniors, as you consider where you’re going to spend your next few years, remember this mantra by Frank Bruni, NYT Op Ed Columnist and Writer: "Where You Go is Not Who You'll Be." You will still be you, and what you do and how you handle challenges and opportunities represents who you are, not the sticker on the back of your car. So, choose for you, and here are some tips to help you with that decision.
The first thing to consider is the academic offerings:
Do they have your program?
Do they have great advising?
How is the career center? Do they have lots of access to internships and research?
Are there specific General Ed requirements (a core curriculum) or Academic clusters?
Are you accepted directly into your major or is there pre-work for 2 years before you are formally admitted to your program?
How easy is it to change majors if you are uncertain as to your declared major?
Do they have a senior thesis (and do you want to do one)?