I know the title sounds crazy and believe me I'm also confused but let me explain. I have lived in Princeton my entire life and heard they accept undergrad transfers now and some from community college. I didn't do the best in high school but after completing 1 semester of community college and now onto my 2nd I'm keeping my head up and working very hard. I'm currently an engineering science major and plan on going to compsci (maybe) if I transfer. I saw this article was posted and was surprised to see that it said
"The University opened the admission process for transfer students in fall 2017, particularly encouraging applications from students from low-income backgrounds, community college students and U.S. military veterans."
Is there any way this applies to me or should I just not even bother since my past poor grades in high school?
If this does happen to apply to me what should I do to keep my chances higher than others?
Thank you for reading this post, I know it may come off as quite dumb but I was curious.