HELP finding a college on the East Coast!?

I am having a really hard time finding a college that i like! I want to go to school in the New England Area, or possible a little further down south such as the carolinas, or virgina, penn, delware,etc. I made a list of my "dream" college, was wondering if anyone could help me? I'm an average student, around a 3.3-3.4 QPA is 4.5, some honors, 1 AP (maybe next year), and i do sports, clubs. I'm looking for a college that looks at the "whole package"..... i'm sorry if this is too long! * Good Size Campus * Medium Size Popluation (5,000-8,000) * Small Classes ( No Bigger than 30) * Good Area~ Things to do around * Good Secutrity (SAFTEY) * Good Resources, i.e. a really nice library thats up to date, new technology, etc * Internships, and a good chance of having a job once i graduate * Wide Variety of Majors~ Not sure what my major is yet, good business, liberal arts, and possibly heath (not a doctor or nurse) *Social Life~ mixture of people, not too much of a study school; i love having fun! But that doesnt mean alllll i wanna do is party! * Dorms~ Not too picky…. but overall its a good clean maintained Campus * Food is good~ i mean im here for 4 years mine as well have to put something down my throat i enjoy

Asked By: xoxoxo - 2/17/2010
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Temple University in Philadelphia is a great school, Although it's a little bigger than what you specified, it pretty much fits the criteria for everything else... More
Answered By: Monica - 2/17/2010
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Roger Williams University... More
Answered By: Ron D - 2/17/2010
Okay so I am not sure what your price range is but here are the schools that fit this description (but some are more expensive then others..since some are private schools and some are public universities... More
Answered By: haleybear - 2/17/2010
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