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I'm a transfer student as well enrolling this fall as a junior. Come to UNC, nothing to worry about. I can tell you as someone who is from the area and visited UNC a few times that the community is VERY welcoming and cozy. There are so many resources offered for transfer students to ease the transition. Don't worry about anything, hope you choose whatever school is best for you, but just know that UNC is a great institution with a great atmosphere. You'll fit in fine, most people here were probably born in another state or their parents were.
Really depends I think. Some schools within UNC have different admissions requirements. So you apply to UNC and then apply to the school that has your major. But overall I would say that your major designation doesn't have an impact on your admissions decision.
Ok, thank you so much!
Absolutely, it has a good ranking and is very affordable.
Do u mean roommate lol? And just think about how so many people will be in the same position as you (like me lol) and they wana do their best and have fun in college :)
Considering you can't pick all 3 suitemates you'll have, and only your roommate, I think the best option is to pick a good roommate through the housing application, talk to them over facebook, so you will at least have 1 person of the 3 you will enjoy to hang around. That is my best advice, as nothing else can be done, and that is what I did.
sometimes sweet mates arent so sweet sometimes they are sour. sour mates
It depends. Some do, but those interested in Greek Life stay in Granville. Living-Learning communities have varied difficulty getting into.
It's very competitive, I know about 6 other people from my class of 600 (out of state) who all applied and were all rejected- myself included. To put things into perspective, I scored a 33 on ACT and have a 3.9 GPA with good extra curicculars. One girl I know scored a 35 and was deferred and ultimately rejected.
I got in from md
really! congrats thats awesome, what did your application look like?
Well I din't have Ivy League level scores lol, but I am a well rounded student. I have leadership positions in clubs, I'm a captain for track, I assistant coached a middle school vball team, and I take all IB classes among other things. I think with UNC they really treasure the student who looks for ways to be involved in their community while also working hard in school. If you have that, I'm sure you'll get in :) Good luck!
Ivy League-level hard.
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