I am a senior thinking of applying to Harvey Mudd but I'm not sure I have any sort of chance of getting in. I think I want to go into civil engineering (although at Harvey Mudd it would be just "engineering"). Here's my info. Should I apply?
Do you have any suggestions of other schools to look at for civil engineering, especially that might let me look at a bit of architecture or maybe urban planning? (whose application deadlines haven't passed...)
GPA (unweighted): 4.0, 4.33 weighted according to Cal Poly SLO application
SAT: 1530, 730 reading/writing, 800 math
SAT physics: 800
SAT math lvl 2: 800
I have no APs, but I'm doing jr and sr years Running Start (classes at a local community College) and I emailed someone at admissions and they said they consider Running Start to be similarly challenging to AP/IB.
I don't have a lot in the way of STEM extracurriculars. I have 4 yrs on a club and high school gymnastics team and I'm team captain this year. I am coaching gymnastics this year and I also did last year (as a job) and I also worked for a year at Baskin-Robbins. This year, I'm a peer tutor for math (prealg-calc) and physics (calc-based) at the community college I attend.
Thank you for any info!