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Should I transfer to MSU from UM-Dearborn

collegehope20collegehope20 Posts: 36Registered User Junior Member
edited August 2010 in Michigan State University
Hi Everyone,

I currently attend UM-Dearborn and I've been accepted at MSU for fall, last day for orientation is Aug. 29th. I'm not stupid and i've already registered for classes at dearborn in case I do not decide to transfer. However, I already have 87 credits and I don't know what to do. I don't really like UM-Dearborn all that much, but only because I feel that it has a negative connotation if I tell someone I go to "UM-Dearborn". I know, it's a stupid reason. I have a few days to decide what to do. Now that I have the opportunity to leave this school I don't really know what to do, does the fact that i'm even second guessing it mean I should stay?

Thanks, any advice welcome
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Replies to: Should I transfer to MSU from UM-Dearborn

  • romanigypsyeyesromanigypsyeyes Posts: 22,726Registered User Senior Member
    If you like UM-Dearborn besides the fact that you get a negative reaction from others, I would say stay at UM-Dearborn.

    I still get negative reactions when I say that I chose MSU over UMich-AA. It's just something you get used to *shrug*.

    What is your program/major?
  • collegehope20collegehope20 Posts: 36Registered User Junior Member
    Hi,

    Thanks for the reply :)

    My major is psychology, I want to go to medical school. I emailed some advisors at MSU hoping I could go and talk to them and see what they think about my situation, but none have replied, do you know if they have walk in advising?

    Thanks
  • romanigypsyeyesromanigypsyeyes Posts: 22,726Registered User Senior Member
    They might have walk-in advising. I know they've been super busy with AOP.

    Your best bet would be to call up the psych office during the day and try to set up an appointment that way.
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