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Cornell SHA Transfer Option Help

goody2shoosgoody2shoos 2 replies1 threads New Member
edited July 13 in Cornell University
so I thought at first that I was rejected after seeing my decision in the spring after being deferred during ed, but I got an email literally 2-3 weeks later and it was from the hotel school about the TO option. this option basically says that If I took these 2 courses at another institution, in my case it's UCF, and obtain a 3.0 and no grade lower than a C, I am eligible to be a "guaranteed transfer student". the thing is, even after endless hours of research, consulting with my college advisor/counselor, family, friends, etc., I still go back and forth between the schools. both hospitality programs are great IMO, but when it comes down to it, I don't know what better for me in the future. I think I have a very common dream most students have after graduating college which is to have a job, make money, and live a life they dreamed of. (sorry if I generalized it too much but that's the gist of what I'd like to experience). I don't understand truly why im so torn between this decision because cornell has been my dream school ever since I found out I wanted to do something in hospitality. I mean, costs, location, experience, etc. have been so many things I've researched on but I just really don't know. So I'm here to ask for more information from current students and alumni from UCF & cornell about what these schools have brought for them and what is the "better option".
edited July 13
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  • dscollegedscollege 4 replies1 threads New Member
    Hi, I just saw this post. I thought the transfer option was not available for SHA?
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  • student5430student5430 87 replies13 threads Junior Member
    The transfer option is available for SHA students, in fact this year there are 60 transfer students coming from other universities, and a handful of students were offered the TO. If this school is your dream then by all means TO is the way to go, if not then consider your other options
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