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I think you should get Freedom pretty easily. A lot of my younger friends still in college get that card on their own, and it was my first credit card too (not counting the one my parents made me an authorized user on).
The Freedom/CSP combo is pretty darn good, but don't know how it'll be if you apply for them back to back.
But anyway, the CSP right now has a 40,000 point bonus if you spend $3k in the first 3 months, which converts into $400 cash back, 1:1 conversion rate when transferring points to other eligible programs, or about $500 (1.25 rate) if used to book travel through Chase Ultimate Rewards.
Chase Sapphire Preferred | 09/2014 | $10,300
Chase Sapphire | 05/2010 | $5,000
Chase Freedom | 01/2013 | $5,500
CapitalOne Quicksilver | 01/2013 | $2,500
American Express TrueEarnings | 08/2014 | $5,500
Victoria's Secret Angel Card | 04/2011 | $600
FICO | 09/2014 | Experian 738 | Equifax 706 | TransUnion 701