Hello all! I am a rising high school junior in Alaska who needs to start making a list of colleges to consider for undergraduate study. Here's some quick info about me: - Should have 9 AP classes by graduation (including Calc AB, BC, Stats, Physics, and Chem) - 4.0 unweighted GPA up to this point - 1410/2090 SAT from freshman year, will retake before applying and hopefully improve - Interested in an engineering or applied/computational mathematics major. I love problem solving and math in general. I would prefer a college with the following attributes: - Very rigorous academics in math/science/engineering - Opportunities for either coops/interships or undergraduate research - An on-campus community; not just a commuter school - I like the idea of a first-year general engineering program, since I doubt if I can say with absolute certainty what specialization I might prefer - No strong drug culture - Preferably located in the Four Corners, Northwest, or Canada. But I'm willing to consider other locations. I already have a list of my own, but I hope you can provide a fresh look to catch what I may have missed. Though I haven't posted much here, I have read many threads on this forum and I am impressed overall. Thanks in advance for any help you can provide!