Do I have a chance at transferring to an Ivy League school?
I'm currently a freshman at a public university, majoring in journalism. I'm considering switching my major to international relations and transferring to a different school next fall (the only reason I'm at my current school is for the journalism program, I don't particularly like it here, and out-of-state tuition is ridiculous). Although I'd really be fine if I get accepted to anywhere that's not here, I'm wondering if I have a shot at getting into an Ivy League school. I didn't apply to any when I was in high school, so I don't know if I would have been accepted as a freshman, and from what I hear transfer admissions are a lot harder.
My high school GPA was 3.91, all honors/AP classes, and I was ranked 9th in my class. I got a 33 composite on the ACT. (I also took the SAT, but I don't remember my score.) I was a National Merit Scholar finalist, involved in NHS, Key Club, choir, show choir, drama, speech, and a few other clubs and volunteer organizations. I'm currently in the honors program at my university, and it's still the middle of the first semester so I don't have any grades yet, but I'm confident I could pull off all A's this semester.