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Old 06-19-2017, 08:30 AM
 
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College towns are mentioned a lot, but nobody seems to mention which large cities are best for college students. What places do you think are best for college students. For this comparison only consider urban areas of over 1 million. I'll drop a few criteria below
-Walkability - boston
-Transit Access - boston (possibly n.y.c. but bostons t has several subway/trolley stops on various campuses (bu-west;bu-east;bc;northeastern;harvard;jfk/umass;davis/tufts;kendall/mit;...)
-Number of colleges and number of students (can include suburban colleges as long as they're in the urban area) - boston
-Activities - boston/n.y.c/philly/d.c./miami/atlanta/chicago/l.a./san-fran/...
-Safety - boston (actually i think n.y.c. is statistically safer than boston but most people perceive n.y.c. as dangerous)
-Economy (are there a lot on internship opportunities?) - bos-wash
-Cost of living - ann arbor, mi
^ my votes above.
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Old 06-19-2017, 08:37 AM
 
Location: New York City
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drexel has trimesters i beleive which 1 of the 3 is a co-op. same as northeastern as i recall (do all america-east conference schools require co-op ?).


Drexel actually runs on quarters. Typically most majors are 5 year programs with 3 co-ops spread between the 5 years years. There is also a 4 yr 1 co-op option for many majors as well.
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