Often remicade or humira is your first biologic choice, as they have the longest safety record and are the least expensive. It's a "do you like pepsi or coke cola best?" kind of preference question. There are lots of success stories with both, so you cannot really go wrong.
Remicade is given every 8-weeks during maintenance phase, by IV at an infusion center or as hospital-outpatient. How close is your nearest hospital? Do they have convenient evening or weekend hours for IV infusions that you can do around school/work? If you choose Remicade, make sure to sign up for the copay/deductible assitance card (USA only) : https://www.janssencarepath.com/patient/remicade/cost-support
Humira is a self-administered, sub-cutaneous (just below the skin) injection. So you can do humira shots at home, which is pretty convenient. In maintenance phase, shots are given every two weeks Most get the humira pen, looks a lot like a writing pen you might have on your desk, press against the skin, and then press the button on the end. If you choose HUmira, make sure to sign up for the copay/deductible assitance card (USA only) : https://www.myhumira.com/insurancehelp/faq.aspx
I've been on remicade 7+ years, works great, no side effects.