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8 months ago
School List Suggestions
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Discussion
band
LGBTQ+
urban
criminology
Criminaljustice
forensics

what schools should i look into?

about me:

- currently a junior

- 4.2 weighted gpa, ~3.8 unweighted (my school doesn't do unweighted)

- 1470 10th grade PSAT, take 11th grade PSAT in 2 days and waiting for Practice ACT scores to come back

- taking 3 APs this year, taking 2-4 more next year

- taking 2 dual enrollment classes at a local college this year, hopefully 2 more next year

- marching band and winter drumline section leader and leadership team member

- clubs: GSTA, chemistry club, math club

- internships: (1) social media intern for my church, (2) youth engagement planning internship for church

school goals:

- hoping to major in forensic science or criminology

- I'm looking for a school that is lgbtq+ friendly

- i'd love a more urban campus!

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8 months ago

Hello! I've got a few suggestions for colleges you might like:

-University of Texas Austin

-Penn State University

-CUNY John Jay College of Criminal Justice

-Syracuse University

-Saint Louis University

-Loyola University Chicago

-Ohio University

-Purdue University Indianapolis

-City College of San Francisco

-The University of Baltimore

and

-Keiser University Fort Lauderdale

Best of luck with your college search!

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8 months ago

I second this, this is a good list.

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8 months ago

UT Austin is a good one

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