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Accepted Transfers Who're Attending

Whatsnext?Whatsnext? Registered User Posts: 28 New Member
edited May 2011 in Bryn Mawr College
Anyone out there who just got accepted as a transfer and has decided to attend next fall? I'd love to talk with you! I'm going to be a junior in the class of 2013, majoring in anthropology and probably minoring in education. I hope to join a co-ed a capella group (bi- or tri-co). I took a class there last semester and loved it, loved Professor Kilbride (Anthropology, African Childhood). I'm VERY excited!
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Replies to: Accepted Transfers Who're Attending

  • BMCtransferBMCtransfer Registered User Posts: 1 New Member
    Hey! I'm also transferring. I'm a rising Sophomore majoring in Psychology and probably minoring in Education. I also hope to join an a capella group of some kind. I cannot wait!!
  • TwiggersTwiggers Registered User Posts: 5 New Member
    Hi :-)!

    I'm also transferring and I am so excited!! I am a psychology major and I am interested in a minor in possibly international studies or sociology. I also like the sound of the neural and behavioral sciences concentration. There are so many things I want to do at Bryn Mawr! I'd love to study abroad, join the Night Owls, be involved in SGA, participate in work study...I could keep on going haha! I am coming from community college and I am transferring in as a second semester sophomore. At first I was a little upset about that because I have a whopping 65ish credits, but when I thought about it more I think it may be for the best. I think an extra semester may help me adjust and give me the added time to do everything I want to do at my new college!
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