Vanderbilt ($75,000) Cornell ($45,000 assuming they will match Michigan)
Temple (full ride)
W&M (graduate fellowship and near a full ride)
Illinois (full ride) BU ($75,000)
Georgetown (assuming they’ll match Michigan at $45,000)
*I still need to hear back from GWU at all – it looks like I’d have a shot at $105,000 if I get in, though.
Michigan is definitely the most portable of those listed, and gives you a greater margin of error. At equal cost, Michigan is easily superior to Cornell. If you don't want to live or practice in Texas (which is what you seem to have indicated) then I would also say Michigan over UT. For markets in the NE, Vandy would really only be worth it over Michigan if they gave you more $$$.
Unless BU give you a full ride or you're dead set on Boston, they're not worth full at W&M. Illinois will get you to midwest, but not NE, which is what you're leaning toward, which makes W&M better.
Temple is great if you're deadset on Philly, but your margin for error seems too slim for comfort given the safer options you have at higher ranked schools, and your job market is much more limited.
So, that leaves Michigan, W&M, GTown, and maybe GW. At this point, it's your attitudes on debt, risk, and mobility. Michigan can take you most anywhere if you do well, but costs the most. GTown would be worth it if they matched money and you wanted to stay NE, but their placement has struggled more than Michigan's ITE. GW would have to give you 90-100k to be worth considering. W&M is a good option, but not as mobile as Michigan or GTown, and ITE not as mobile means less job markets to look at.
I'd vote Michigan with 45K, because even if Philly is your #1, I'd prefer to have the option to explore multiple markets and have a degree that's recognized and respected in all of them ITE.