What she said. Also did you like the area when you went there to interview? Most people would agree there isn't much to do in Amarillo, but if you come from a small town you may not mind it. I would go with UH though.As a (probably biased) UH pharmacy student, I would say UH. Although the facilities aren't the newest or best looking, there are some great professors, very high NAPLEX pass rate (I believe 99% or higher), and UH has secured many great rotation sites in the Texas medical center (the largest med center in the US) and throughout TX and other states. All students are offered jobs before graduation, at least for the past few years. I don't know if it'll be the same job-wise when I graduate in 2011.
UH students get priority in most places for rotation sites over other TX pharmacy schools from what I hear.
About the facilities: we have a new dean that's working very hard on getting a new building for all pharmacy students. Right now, the way it's set up is that during P1 and P2 years, you're at the UH main campus and for your P3 year, we're at the building in the medical center. The dean is trying to get a central building for all students in the TX med ctr.
The curriculum is of course very challenging, but it more than prepares you for the NAPLEX.
I don't know what tuition is at Tech, but at UH it's about $6000 - 6400 per semester which isn't too bad considering some of the rates at some other schools.
Also, Houston is awesome. It has many places to go/hang out/study, and a lot of the apartments in the area, even around the med center, are reasonably priced.