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Would it be better to go to an average, not so prestigious school that will give you a full ride (because you did better in school and better on SATs and ACTs than their average student) or a better school that will pay absolutely nothing? I'm in a situation where, as a student with a 3.8 GPA, I am stuck between choosing between the University of Bridgeport (with a 3.0 average GPA) that will pay my full way, or a nicer school where the GPA matches men, but will pay nothing. Don't say Bridgeport is too dangerous a town, either. Bridgeport has a 30% lower crime rate than the town I've lived in my entire life. I'm talking strictly ACADEMICS.
I basically have to take out loans for every dollar the school won't pay. Should I go into debt and get a great education, or should I stay out of debt and get an average education? Someone told me that it doesn't matter where you went, so long as you have a degree. To be fair, that person didn't go to college. They said if you aren't going to an Ivy League school, you should go where it's the cheapest. Is that in any way true?
If you can afford it the question becomes is this undergrad? If it is and you are planning to go to graduate I'd say go to the one that give you the full ride. Otherwise go to prestigious school. If you can't afford it but really want to go to the better school you have one of three options. First is get into butt loads of debt by taking out a ton of loans - not very good. The second is apply for scholarships like crazy - there are still a lot out there but they start dwindling in the next month or so. Get as many scholarships as you can. They'll have scholarships at the University, locally, and online. Zinch scholarships, fastweb, and cappex.com are good places to start online. And remember You should NEVER have to pay to enter pennsylvania win a scholarship <-- those are scams but the sites I gave are reputable. Third option is to go to the school that give you a full ride, get an amazing freshmen year with an awesome GPA and great extracurricular's and then transfer next year to the school you like. You wouldn't have absolute certainty of getting in again (ask their admissions officer about it) but you might have a better chance of getting financial aid for being more desirable and you'd have a full year to get as many scholarships as you could for the next year. However, before you decide anything I'd call the better school's admissions office and talk to one of them about your problem. Tell them that you really want to go to their school but don't think you'll be able to afford it without going into some major debt. They'll probably try and help you find scholarships for the school so that you'll be able to better afford it. Hope this helps and Good Luck!
How much money are youi willing to spend? Do you have the money? Going to college without having to pay would be amazing! Stay out of debt!