|By Xjulzy (Xjulzy) on Tuesday, September 21, 2004 - 04:43 pm: Edit|
Hi, everybody. I just joined, and I would really like some help. I'm a senior from Colombia, and I would really like some college suggestions. I know that I want to study in the USA or Canada, but I'm not sure where.
I would like to study in a city, where there is a lot of activity. I don't like teeny tiny towns, as they make me feel suffocated. Mid-sized cities and towns are okay. For example: Boston, Seattle, Austin, Portland, Montreal, Toronto...they're all cities that sound really appealing to me. I would like to study in a place that has seasons, since it's something I have never experienced. I'm not quite sure what I want to study just yet, but I do know I want to go into Liberal Arts - I'm torn between History and English. I don't care if a university is public or private as long as it provides a good education. I don't want a school that has strong religious affiliations - I've attended Catholic school all of my life and I really want something different.
Right now, I really like McGill University in Montreal, but that's about it. I like Knox College in Galesburg, Illinois as well, but I'm not thrilled about its location.
I will probably need some financial aid. I might get some from my father's work, but there's always a chance I might not. College is so expensive.
Female international from Colombia.
GPA: 3.5 (UW, upward trend)
SAT: 1320 (760V, 560M)
National Hispanic Scholar
Thanks for your help.
|By Celebrian23 (Celebrian23) on Tuesday, September 21, 2004 - 04:55 pm: Edit|
i think the main thing working against you anywhere is your need for fin. aid as an international, but how about boston u. or nyu?
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