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Big City Schools

I was wondering if anyone had suggestions on cool bigger city schools. I want good schools but not necessarily Ivy League or Ivy League level schools. Schools with not completely insane tuition and/or with merit-based scholarship opportunities would be preferred. Let me know if any of you have some ideas. Open to cities other than New York, LA and Chicago and also totally open to international recommendations.

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8 months ago

Vanderbilt University (Nashville)

Washington University in St Louis

UT Austin

Case Western Reserve University (Cleveland)

Tulane University (New Orleans)

University of Washington (Seattle)

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🎤8 months ago

Thank you!!

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8 months ago

I'm going to UMinnesota - Twin Cities, they have great academic scholarships and a nice big city feel!

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🎤8 months ago

I've been to this school many times and the campus has such an awesome vibe to it, definitely one I will consider.

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8 months ago

UMiami has excellent merit scholarships and in a major city! Boston U and Northeastern in Boston, Georgia Tech and Emory in Atlanta, and University of Richmond in Virginia, and Univeristy of Denver are all in or near a major city but I am not completely sure they all have merit scholarships. If you don't think you qualify for need-based financial aid you can apply for external scholarships. Hope I helped :)

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🎤8 months ago

Thank you so much!!

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8 months ago

Late response but you should try Wentworth Institute of Technology.

It's not that big of a school and is in Boston so you'd be in the city.

Check out their website for more info tho.

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🎤8 months ago

I’ll definitely check it out!!

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