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Is it hard being a transfer student?

wallaceicy06wallaceicy06 Registered User Posts: 79 Junior Member
I'm currently a freshman undergraduate at Northeastern University, but think I made a big mistake and am thinking about transferring to Case next fall. It just seems like there's a lot more going on at Case (especially on campus). Too many people here go home on weekends and stay in their rooms. Based on what my friend told me, Case seems far more vibrant than here.

I was wondering how well sophomore transfers fit into the college environment. Is it hard to become integrated into the whole community when most people have already made their "groups"? Will I miss out on all of the fun since the sophomore experience is more of "suite style" living as opposed to dorms with common rooms and activities, etc.
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