NYU Paul McGhee Division- Worth it for a traditional undergrad student?
So I applied to NYU CAS as a transfer and was rejected. I was extremely dissapointed at first but then decided not to give up so easily. The Paul McGhee Division is one of NYU's "non traditional" schools as my rejection letter stated, but is an alternative for transfer students.
I was wondering if there is anyone out there who has or is studying at McGhee and would be willing to comment on their experience. Because I am not an adult learner I am scarred that the age difference from most of my peers will keep me from making friends. Also, if possible, I would really appreciate a comment on the quality of the classes/instructors. I currently attend one of the nation's top five liberal arts college and though I am very lonely and unhappy with the school's social scene, I am not sure it would be worth transfering to an "easier" school.
Lastly, if in a year I decide to transfer to another shool within NYU, I heard that they are quite picky with credits and most of the time they will not transfer some of them. Why is that so? Do they actually consider McGhee to be a "lesser" school?
I have heard too many mixed reviews to actually have an opionion on this program and I am hoping thay some of you can help me set it straight!
Thank you so much!!