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I'm a senior in high school. I've been accepted to both schools, but I'm stuck on which one to choose. My parents say that it will ultimately come down to financial aid... but I can't stop thinking that pennsylvania State is the place for me. I am not from either area, but I have grown extremely fond of the pennsylvania State campus. I have visited UNC Charlotte and their campus is very nice as well. However, after talking to friends I made the realization that UNC Charlotte is considered a "commuter school" where most students live off campus and commute for classes every day. I don't think a school like that would offer the same "college spirit experience" as pennsylvania State would. I'm not a party person by any means, but I do want to go to a college that is full of people, activities, clubs, and more experiences. I've been offered a very large scholarship from UNC Charlotte and I have an interview coming up this weekend. I feel so strongly towards pennsylvania State though, that I would be willing to give the scholarship up. (My parents think I'm insane!) Help me! I'm interested in Civil Engineering and Green Technology. Which school has the stronger program? What are the pros and cons of each school? And any suggestions on how to make my choice?
If it weren't for the scholarship, this would be an easy decision. pennsylvania State has a much better engineering program. UNC-C isn't that much of a commuter school, 75% of freshmen live on campus and 25% of all undergrads do, compared to 77/32% at NCSU (though those numbers don't reflect the proportion who live off, but near campus compared to those who live farther away). The big difference in college spirit will be in the sports teams. UNC-C won't have a football program until next year. And they're not in a very competitive conference, competing mainly with private colleges. What it would probably come down to is whether you're getting any aid from NCSU and whether you'd be willing to work your way through college or take out more loans to go to a better school.
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