I applied to Emory for freshman year and got accepted; however, my parents were under the impression that I was set on another school (the school I attend now), and didn't apply for financial aid. That was all part of some big misunderstanding between my parents and I due in part to the net price calculator on Emory's website and the fact that whenever I brought up the school, all my parents could talk about was how expensive it was. I eventually just got frustrated and quit bringing it up with them. That was a mistake, of course- I never told them how upset I was about not going to Emory until we were eating lunch during my move-in day about two weeks ago. They told me to give my school a chance, and if I genuinely didn't like it, they would let me go to Emory next year (I think they meant regardless of my financial aid package- I'd just have to take out some loans and deal with it after graduation).
I really am trying to give my school a chance, and I know it's only been two weeks, but I honestly feel like an outlier here. I'm on the honors hall, but half the kids are so obnoxious and lewd that you wouldn't think they're honors at all. Also, most of my classes are a mix of honors students from all years, and I've noticed (I don't mean this in a conceited way- just in an honest way) that I'm a bit more advanced than some of them. Gosh, that sounds conceited, but really! In my philosophy class, we have to post discussion essays online and read everyone's, and my writing skills and comprehension of the material were noticeably more advanced than everyone else's- and one of the guys was a philosophy major. Again, I'm not saying that to be arrogant- it really is true... And I don't really feel challenged by any of my classes except for that one. I know it's only been two weeks, but the homework assignments and readings have already started rolling in, and they're not any more difficult than any AP classes I took in high school. It might have something to do with the professors; aside from my philosophy professor and my freshman seminar professor, I'm not very impressed with any of them.
I just really feel like I don't belong in a large, football-oriented university, and Emory just feels right to me...so, since I was accepted as a freshman, does that mean I'll automatically be re-accepted, or is there a chance that I won't be accepted at all? Do I have to refill another application?