Colleges Pros And Cons

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Which team are you on? Do you take part in the “M-I-Z!” “Z-O-U!” chant? Or do you shout with pride “Rock Chalk!” “Jayhawk!”? No matter which cheer you support, both schools are two of the best colleges in the Midwest. When choosing which college I wanted to attend, I struggled deciding between the University of Missouri and the University of Kansas. Despite their boarding state rivalry, I fell in love with both. The schools have their pros and cons, yet one is not better than the other. At the end of the day, deciding between MU and KU is a personal preference. Choosing between the University of Missouri and the University of Kansas for my college education came down to cost, campus life, and tradition.
When choosing a college, I want to get
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The next important factor on my list is campus life. There are all kinds of facilities the college provides, and clubs I can join which need to be considered as well. Also I want to take into account the size and diversity of these schools. The University of Missouri has about 30,000 students compared to the University of Kansas’s 22,000 students. Both schools have a very diverse student body which will help me meet new people from a lot of different backgrounds. I must choose which student body I want to be a part of, either a bigger school or a little smaller school. A lot of people who want to get involved in their school, like me, want to join sororities or fraternities which is a lot fun to be a part of. Most big school like the University of Missouri and the University of Kansas have a lot of different sororities that I can be apart of. I really can’t go wrong with joining a house because they all offer the same experience tailored to my personality. As a high paying college student, I should always take advantage the facilities and activity centers available to my use. These are places where I can hang out with my friends, workout, or just mess around and kill time for a few hours. The University of Kansas’s recreation facility is newer than the University of Missouri’s, but MU’s is has a lot more activities I can take part in. An advantage at Mizzou compared to Kansas would be access to the college’s downtown. Mizzou’s campus is within walking distance to downtown Columbia, or The District, while downtown Douglas is a drive away from the campus of the University of Kansas. Columbia’s downtown may not be as big as Lawarence’s, but it is more convenient to me as a

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