I get a tuition waiver at the University of Texas School of Law due to special circumstances. I grew up in Texas, but I am ambivalent about living there. I really want to live on the east coast. Assuming they don't apply my scholarship to living expenses, I'd finish with a debt of $40,000 after dipping into savings. If they do apply my scholarship to living expenses, my debt would be more like $12,000. On the other hand, I have the option to attend the University of Pennsylvania for $140,000 in debt.I know taking the money in this economy seems like a no-brainer, but I think I would be more comfortable in the east coast environment and, thus, do better academically (I'm gay and always take a lot of bunnies in redneck circles even when I don't say anything). I also would like to have the option of working outside of Texas. Also, I'm living overseas, so I can't visit either school. Is $100,000 in debt worth the prospect of a happier environment and better job prospects on the east coast? The deposit deadline at UT is tomorrow.