Sort of a general comment about university shopping: I believe the value of getting your education affordably cannot be understated. I went to a public university where the academic scholarships offered were high in comparison to the tuition rates, and I maintained my scholarship and left without any student loan debt. I ended up with a great job and I don’t have to make loan payments every month, and I’m very thankful for that.
That being said, ask directly how many students complete actuarial internships in the respective programs you’re considering, and compare it to how many actuarial science majors are in the programs. Connected-ness is also very important, so I’d recommend that you attempt to strike a balance between affordability and connectivity. Best of luck!