chances for honors college

<p>I want to go for Early Childhood and Elementary Education.
My Stats:</p>

<p>GPA: 4.4119 on a 5.0 scale
Unweighted: 3.67
Class rank: 33/334</p>

<p>SATs: 1790
CR: 620
W: 580
M: 590</p>

<p>I have taken 2 AP classes, andthe rest honors. Currently I am taking 3 APs and a few honors courses as well as student teaching at a local elementary school.</p>

<p>Extra curriculars: musical (9), fall drama (10, 11), spring drama ( 9, 10), environmental cub, volunteer group, and a couple other clubs that i cant recall right now.</p>

<p>Volunteer: summer camp for children with special need (54 hours), tutoring at an after school program ( 2 years), library (24 hours)</p>

<p>oh and I am a Pennsylvania resident.
What are my chances? honors college?</p>

<p>I'm currently in the honors program and it's really not that hard to get in. It's less of a stats approach and more of a feeling that the honors heads get that you're here to do work, you're a good fit for the program, and the program is a good fit for you. It seems as if you have the stats to back up that criteria, but they do things like ask for a writing sample (or they did two years ago when I applied) that gives you a chance to show that you're more than just numbers. Unlike a lot of admissions processes, they actually care about the individuals and take everything into account. It's a lot less random. I applied about a month late to Honors (I thought I was going to UMD but they Spring'd me) but I got in no problem after emailing the head of the program. It's a great thing to be apart of, everyone knows everyone else and it's like an oasis of intelligence on campus. I highly recommend it. If you're serious about honors just email the head guy, request some information, let him know who you are, but honestly you should be fine.</p>