Help a HS Senior Pick a School for Undergrad
I've been accepted to a variety of schools but have narrowed it down to Northeastern, the University of Richmond, Rutgers, and Fordham. At NEU, I plan on majoring in International Business and Finance. At Richmond, I plan on majoring in Business Administration with a concentration in Business Analytics. At Fordham, I'll be majoring in Applied Accounting and Finance. And at Rutgers, I'll be in the BAIT program (business analytics and information technology).
NEU will cost me 59k/year but has a great co-op program. Richmond will cost me 48k/year. Rutgers will be 33k/year. Fordham is 20k/year and I was selected to be in the Global Business Honors Program, a selective group of 20 business students who travel to various parts of the world. I'm not in honors programs at any other schools as of now.
I haven't heard back from UF and Bentley. UF would be free provided that I become a National Merit Finalist (I'll find out in a week). My top choice right now is Fordham, but I need some advice. Which one of these schools would be my best bet if I wanted to go into consulting? Is it worth saving money in undergrad to go to a better grad school in the future? I know these schools aren't targets, but I've heard that they have decent placement rates. Thanks!