Well for me if my heart isn't in something I find it hard to be totally committed. I've always wanted to go to Spelman but I didn't get a scholarship or anyyyyy financial aid. But despite all the other scholarships from other schools, I'm going to Spelman. I think you should go where your heart is. 8)
I would say follow your heart and your pocket. If you love what you do money will be important but not as important. but trust that I will be making excellent money spending four years in undergrad, and possibly four years in graduate schoo. I better be making real good money !!!!
Well going to school where the money is usually is the choice made if you come from a family that doesn't have that much money. That is the situation I find myself in as I am preparing for higher education. However, it is my belief that the heart makes more intelligent than the mind does. Always listen to your heart.
Heres what I think: Follow your heart and money will follow.
In regards to education, Ive been blessed to go where the money is (if that is what the point of the ?uestion is ). It may not seem like it now, but you never know what is to happen.