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What do you want to do? If you're interested in English (particularly writing), I'd advise you to consider Washington College. For politics, AU definitely has an edge over the others. I don't know Queens' specialty off the top of my head - nursing, I'd guess from their website - but you get the idea. Also, where do you want to be? Living in ohio (albeit a suburb-like neighborhood) for four years is going to be very different from the Eastern Shore, which will be different from Charlotte. In terms of financial aid, you're best off talking to the schools directly and seeing what they can offer you as an individual. My guess is that you're going to find American pricier than the others, but again, for certain careers, it might be worth it. It all comes down to your wants and goals, and without more detail, it's hard to offer specific advice.
This question cannot be answered by anyone but you, and you didn't give enough info for anyone to really evaluate. I am guessing you are asking in regards to Undergraduate study, and in that case it all depends on what kind of degree you want to pursue, and what kind of environment you want to live in. I don't know anything about Queens University, but I just applied to American U for Grad school and I think it has excellent professors and a highly respected curriculum. But you can't just look at which school is better ranked, because in many cases while the overall school is ranked higher, your specialization is not. In one school, the business program might have a better percentage of students who graduate with Jobs (thats the whole point right) where as in another the Journalism school has great connections and internship programs which will give you an advantage when leaving school. Also if you want to study a specialized major- such as European History one school might have more Professors working in that field than the other- even if it not listed as a "better school" I think you will be fine with any of those choices, but you need to think long term and what kind of interests YOU have, not what looks better on paper.