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Visiting Students?

re-nuhre-nuh Registered User Posts: 115 Junior Member
I posted another thread about this a long time ago, but I never got a reply :-( .

Anyways, I was rejected from Barnard as a first year applicant and accepted as a transfer. Unfortunately, the financial aid fell a little bit short and I will be transferring to Washington University in St. Louis, where I received a generous scholarship. I would love to attend Barnard as a visiting student during spring semester of my junior year (I am an incoming sophomore). I am looking into the Spring in NY program, since it includes studying at Barnard and a guided internship. My career interests lie in Urban Studies and Media/Marketing, so getting job experience in NYC would be amazing for either field!

How difficult would it be to be admitted into this program, since I was already accepted as a transfer? What are some ways to fund a domestic study abroad (aside from taking my aid from WashU with me)? Also, how do visiting students fit into the Barnard community?
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