I know all these school questions that are asked on here probably get pretty annoying.. so I'm sorry about asking another! But this has been on my mind and I wasn't sure who to ask who would actually know. I've picked up on the fact that labels and such look much more for raw talent than degrees in school, however I've also found that they appreciate a degree in communications. In my first and second choice schools for next fall, I would be a major in Communications (with a concentration in media) and Image Management. The thing is, the second choice school is not exactly.. how should I put this...a "tough" school. ? I've heard the term "slacker school" thrown around once or twice, as it's probably aimed towards those who really didn't do too hot in high school. But based on my own personal reasons, it's in the running for where I'll be next fall. I'm wondering if it makes a big difference WHERE you went to school to these future employers of mine. (I dont see how it couldn't, really.) After taking a year or two off from school, I'm stuck with a new found motivation and dedication to my education and the not-so-awesome grades from when I attended HS. I am a hard worker and don't want my choice of school to reflect anything different. But like I said, I could very well end up here regardless. Sorry this turned into somewhat of a novel... didn't mean to write so much. Any advice? Thanks guys! I really appreciate it. I've been so stressed about going through all this application stuff for a second time.