Going off to school next fall; The top choices right now are between Ringling SAD and University of Central Florida. I've heard excellent things about both programs, and I realize that it's me and my talent that make the difference wherever I go. But all things being equal, post-graduate employment rates are a little higher at Ringling, more frequent recruiting, reputation, etc. seem to be on their side.
Anyone from either school (staff OR student) care to make a case? I'm fairly confident about my chances for acceptance either way (But since I send out apps next week that actually translates into I'm freaking out) but when I'm going away to school it's the difference between 20 grand and almost 90. (I base this off of my 48 credits being transferred and how many classes I'd still have to take according to school estimates).
Obviously like anyone else I want to make as "right" a decision as possible (not morally haha I mean in terms of 'what works') and right now have an opportunity like I never will again to make a strong choice about where I want to go in my life as it applies to my career in the industry, and both of those schools are at worst very decent paths to such a goal. All help is appreciated.