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Help me decide where I should consider for college

-I am a sophomore in NJ.

-I have a 3.4 unweighted GPA.

- I am planning to take 3 AP classes in high school.

- I want to major in Fashion merchandising or merchandising in general.

- I don’t want to be far from home. (max 3 hour drive)

- Varsity cheerleader (Winter and Fall).

- 5 extra curricular activities.

- preferably go to college in Manhattan.

- 780 on PSATS

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3 months ago

I used Ivy assistant to help:

Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY (Reach) - Offers a renowned fashion program in an urban setting.

The New School (Parsons School of Design), New York, NY (Target) - Offers a prestigious fashion program in an urban setting.

Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT), New York, NY (Target) - Offers a well-known fashion program in an urban setting.

Montclair State University, Montclair, NJ (Target) - Offers a fashion program in a suburban setting.

Kean University, Union, NJ (Safety) - Offers a fashion program in a suburban setting.

Rowan College of South Jersey, Sewell, NJ (Safety) - Offers a fashion program in a suburban setting.

Centenary University, Hackettstown, NJ (Safety) - Offers a fashion program in a rural setting.

Another one that came up was Drexel University

Hope this helps

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🎤3 months ago

Thx!

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