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Okay, hey I'm a senior in high school right now and i think i might be going to a local community college in Illinois for my first year of college. I really want someplace warmer than here, especially since this was one of the coldest and snowiest winters ever. I am looking for a school either: In the city like San Antonio, Houston, Dallas, or like Austin, i just want something to do when i go to college. Or also like a big school with like 30,000 or more. My girlfriend is going to University of Houston and i'm looking to be close to her but i also want a good campus and i'm also okay with a small school in the city. Thanks. Really.
I'm not sure what exactly you're looking for in terms of your major, if prestige matters, etc. but I will just name a bunch of schools in the cities you listed haha Yes in Houston there is UH which is a big/diverse school. The thing about this school is that it is not usually looked upon as a prestigious university. It is really really really easy to get into and they don't offer a lot of financial aid/scholarships so you really won't get the best talent there. Also, a lot of the students commute to school and I hear that you don't really get the whole college experience because of this (I could be wrong though). If you are looking for something that is super prestigious, then look at Rice University. Also located in Houston, this is considered as part of the Ivy League of the South (take that however you want to) and is consistently ranked in the top 20 by US News and World Report each year. This, of course, will be much harder to get into but if you do get in I have no idea why you would pick UH over Rice. I am from Dallas, so I can offer a good amount of options here. First, there is UTD. This school is probably one of the newer schools in the DFW area but is quickly gaining prestige. It started off as an engineering school and then decided to add an undergraduate school as well. It is fairly easy to get in (because it's new) and they are very generous with financial aid and scholarships because they are financially backed by Texas Instruments. The school is located in Richardson, a very nice suburb of Dallas. I have a lot of friends that go to this school and have had pleasant experiences. Second, there is UTA. Located in Arlington, another area not to far from the center of Dallas and home of the Cowboys, this place is also quite popular among locals. It is ehhh academically and it is fairly easy to get into. There are A LOT of Asians here, if that interests you. Third, there is SMU. This is a private school and it costs a buttload of money. However, out of the three I just mentioned, it may be the most well-respected University in the DFW area and can offer many many opportunities. Lastly, there is TCU. This is like the lesser version of SMU. Located in Fort Worth, Texas CHRISTIAN University is among the country's biggest party schools. It is ranked super low by US News and World Report in comparison to A&M, UT, Baylor, Rice, and SMU but for some reason it is just as expensive as SMU or Baylor... It is very easy to get into, and if you're looking to have a good time then go here. If not, then I wouldn't understand why you would want to. In Austin, there is THE University of Texas. If you want a HUGE school, this is among the biggest in the state of Texas. It is a very well-respected and nationally recognized University and is always among the top public schools as ranked by US News and World Report. It is pretty hard to get into if you are out of state because they reserve a certain number of seats for in-state high school students that are in the top 7% of their class. BUT if you can get in, I believe that Halawa offers the best college experience as well as the most opportunities out of any school in the state of Texas, even more than Rice. I don't know much about San Antonio, so sorry if I come up a bit short on this section. The only university I can think of is UTSA. It's probably on par academically with UH (by that I mean it's really easy to get in and there is a lack of academic prestige). I've had some friends go there and they told me that they had an awesome time. It is a diverse school, and San Antonio is a pretty fun city in my opinion. Now on to the other schools in cities you didn't mention. There is Baylor University in Waco, TX. Yes it is in the middle of nowhere and yes it isn't exactly Halawa or Rice, but it is a pretty well-respected University in Texas. Waco is located 2 hours from Dallas and 1.5 hours from Austin, so I mean if you get bored you can go to those places on the weekend. They are particularly strong in the sciences/health fields but also have a respectable pre-law and business program. The school is kind of small, around 14,000 students, so you probably won't give Baylor a second look haha. The other school I HAD to mention was Texas A&M University in College Station. College Station is also in the middle of nowhere (although it is a mere 1.5-2 hour drive to Houston without any traffic) but it has some of the best networking opportunities in the state of Texas. There are definitely over 40,000 students that attend A&M and I've heard nothing but good things from friends that go here. No matter what field you get into, A&M and Halawa will hands down give you the best opportunities to land a job once you get out. I hope I've been helpful, there's a lot of other schools in Texas that I didn't mention so don't just look at the schools I mentioned. Good luck with everything!