University Admissions Blog
ANNOUNCEMENTS & ADVICE
If you are less-than-thrilled about your upcoming university experience, there’s still hope.
To begin, there’s a big chance that you will end up loving the institution you are attending. Just because you don’t think you’ll love your school now doesn’t mean you won’t come to enjoy it after you settle in, start classes, and form a friend group. But, if your needs and desires are not met at your current institution, you always have the option of transferring.
Some students and their families consider transferring to be challenging or, worse yet, a failure. But in truth, it is extremely common in the United States. In fact, 37% of students transfer schools at least once throughout their undergraduate career. Some students transfer for financial reasons, some because they need time to develop academically or personally, and others because they simply did not put together a strong application the first time.
So what should you do if you plan on transferring?
I have helped many students successfully transfer into their dream schools. Please reach out if I can help you do the same.
Here’s what a few clients from the 2017-2018 cycle have had to say about my services: