Title says it all. I have absolutely no idea where I want to go to college or what would be a good college for what I'm interested in. I'm hoping perhaps some of you may be able to help: Location: Preferably United States (I'm not extremely picky on the region, However note that I live on/near the west coast) Canada may also be a viable option but not preferred as costs would probably skyrocket. My Interests: Programing: Artificial Intelligence interests me slightly, I wouldn't NOT go to a school because it didn't have it. (To many self contradicting negatives there...I'm saying I would go to a school without AI) Gaming design programing what can I say, I'm a gamer at heart, I'm intrigued by what games can do. I know the industry can be harsh but that is my decision for a career path. Perhaps some general courses: However I have already taken a college level computer science class so I am not interested in a repeat of that.(college level as in AP Computer science in High-school) Literature: Writing rather than reading. Creative fictional writing at that...Non-fiction bores me and I detest most non fantasy novels. However my comprehension while reading is above average. Art: I would love to be able to draw but reality is-I can't. Pictures hate me, both 3d and 2d. Math: I am capable with nearly all math that I set my mind to. Some schools I've glanced at are: Full sail University: I know very little of the school. It claims to be great at the subjects I'm interested in however I haven't found much more info on it to back it up outside of it's own claims. The school also doesn't seem to promote much of a social life, although it is located in Florida where there would be plenty of activities to do(I think?) Vancouver Film School: It is apparently a really great school. Offers a variety of interesting courses However, not only is out of state, but also country. I do not yet know what my budget for a college is.(I am not rich, nor am I poor yet the majority of my friends may claim me to be rich. I know little of my families income/financial needs.) Besides those two schools- I feel a bit lost and even within the two I do not know as much as I would like.