I'm a rising senior and Im looking to finalize the colleges I am applying to. Right now I plan on majoring in Applied Mathematics, probably with a minor in Econ. I'm an Indiana resident, so obviously I'm leaning towards IU and Purdue just in terms of cost. But my parents would love to move to Florida as soon as possible, so I'm looking at the New College of Florida, USF, and Florida Alantic there. I have a 29 ACT, 3.86 GPA for high school, and pretty good extracurriculars, so I don't think admission into any of these colleges will be too difficult. Which of these would you guys recommend for an Applied Math major? I know Purdue is known for Engineering, but I don't know how strong their math program is. New College of Florida is really catching my eye because of the location and their unique style, so they are at the top of my list as well. Any others I should consider or advice?