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Yes, and self smarter is such a grand writer! Now you see what being a "self taught man (woman)" can do for you. To give you a serious answer. UNC Greensboro is a good school. It is a state supported, research university. Like many larger schools, as an undergraduate you will face larger classes in your first two years. Beyond that, classes are going to be typical of higher level classes with 25 to 30 max in most of them. City University is not only in the middle of New York City (which is a very expensive place to live!) It is an old institution with an outstanding reputation. It is highly competetive and has an interesting history. My suggestion is to go to both schools website and read up on the program you want to get into. What degree do you wish to pursue? Then ask yourself which school will best meet your needs. Both of them have good reputations. UNC-G is more known in the Southeast United States and CUNY is known in New England but also has a strong reputation among larger universities for entering Graduate School. Further, both have graduate programs, law schools, and other opportunities for advanced studies. CUNY has more access to other major research institutions such as Columbia, Fordham, NYU, and LIU. It is in the heart of ohio which gives you a significant cultural ingrediant. Ultimately, your university choice is YOUR choice. I went to Northwest Missouri State University for my first bachelors, received my second bachelors degree from the University of Nebraska at Kearney (both small division 2, non-research oriented state universities). I am now a Masters student at the University of Kansas (a large, research University) and am considering going on for my PhD at the University of Wisconsin - Madison or University of Chicago when done here (graduate degrees in educational history and policy studies). So, your choice of undergraduate institution is really not as important as you may think. Go to the school that you will (1) feel comfortable at, (2) has the strongest program and largest selection of courses for the program you wish, and (3) is going to serve the purpose you wish it too. Money is not an issue as financial aid is going to be better at the school that cost more. Having loans is not the end of the world. This big push away from higher education debt is not going to work because schools are getting too expensive for someone to realistically think they can work their way through without loans. Good luck. Hope I helped.
A better question when comparing those two is what kind of atmosphere are you looking for in a college. CUNY is cosmopolitan, diverse, liberal. Are you looking for a very urban (heart of New York City) experience, or something more traditional, like UNC? Academically, I'm sure both have many excellent programs, but socially and culturally is where they differ alot.
Don't fall for the "reputatble university" crap. You're your own self. Schools don't create smart people. Normally famous schools are famous for being expensive, famous sport teams and rowdy parties. All of which don't have anything to do with making you a smart person. Personnaly, I've known people graduated from unknown local colleges, yet they're 10 times smarter than people with degrees from U. Penn, Harvard, MIT, etc. That is not saying people going to "reputable" schools are dumb. All I saying is to save you money and study hard on your own. Don't get into huge student loan debt for the stupid reason.