Chances of Getting In?

<p>Hello! I am currently a junior at a Jesuit high school in NY. I'm extremely interested in Fordham, but I would like to know if I have a decent shot in getting in. My info is as follows:</p>

<p>Cumulative GPA: ~3.5
Junior Year GPA (Thus far): 3.6
Extra Curriculars:
Psychology Club
Bowling Team
Tutoring at the Boys and Girls Club of America for ~20 hours
Tutoring Mathematics for kids struggling with it at grammar school (plan on doing in Senior year)
Medical Science Club
Microfinance Club (Basically a club dedicated to fundraising)
Volunteer work at a hospital (~50 hours)
A Fundraiser for the Whitney Elementary School (a school for the homeless) - I have not done this yet, it will be done in January
President of the Food Science Club</p>

<p>SAT Score: I haven't taken it yet, but I'm shooting for around a 1900. </p>

<p>Honors/APs (and planning to take)
AP Calc (planning to take)
Geometry Honors
English Honors
AP English x2 (offered Junior and Senior year)
AP Spanish
I also took an enrichment course for Alg 2/Trig and was placed in Pre-Calc</p>

<p>Given all of this information, do you guys think I have a shot at Fordham University (LC or RH)? If it helps, I plan on a math/economics double major.</p>

<p>Thanks!</p>

<p>Keep up the grades and prepare for the SATs and you will be in good shape.</p>

<p>Just keep your GPA up and if you score 1900 or above, I think you'll put yourself in a good position, given that you go to a Jesuit high school. Just a suggestion: I think it would almost be impossible to complete a double major in Math/Econ, especially since Fordham's core itself is so extensive and time-consuming. However, you may want to look into the joint Math/Econ major, which is a hybrid between Math and Econ degrees (becoming an extremely popular major at schools like Fordham and Columbia and quite desirable by recruiters on Wall Street if you want to go that route). Good luck! </p>

<p>Here is the link, btw: Mathematics/Economics</a> Program -- Fordham University</p>