So I'm still waiting on IU-B, but chances of that happening are slim. I've gotten my list of acceptances down to Toledo, UK, South Carolina, and Pitt.
I'm leaning towards Pitt who is ranked 57th and has offered me $19,000/yr making tuition about $12,000/yr. They also offer a environmental law certificate.
However, I also like South Carolina because it is warm (I'm from Ohio) and it has a kick-ass dual degree in environmental law (which I want to focus on). They are offering in-state tuition. Rank 91st.
UK is about to get cut probably although they also offered in-state tuition and I'd love to be a wildcat. They don't offer many environmental courses and no concentration. I think they're around 60th.
Now the main question of this post (because my family and co-workers are significantly biased)...how ridiculous is it to pass up a full-tuition scholarship to Toledo, ranked 85th? They have an environmental concentration, but I was looking forward to leaving Ohio and I wasn't impressed with the people.