Indiana or Tulane for undergrad
So I messed around too much during first two years of HS and my GPA isn't too great. (Test scores are OK though). I have two options:
Indiana (Direct Admit to Kelley) - no $, will have to pay ~35k/year out of state not including living expenses.
Tulane - I have a full ride, will need to pay living expenses.
From what I've gathered Indiana's IB Workshop has strong recruiting and Tulane's is fairly weak though it seems Tulane does send some people to energy banking in Houston.
Ideally I'd like to end up at an upper MM buyside place in NY.
I'm leaning towards Tulane at the moment and maybe try to transfer after a year/try to network into a NY BB/EB group (Don't know too much about MM exits) because I don't really feel like going into massive debt for a crack at the IB Workshop at IU. I know my situation isn't ideal but I'd really appreciate any advice. Thanks.