<p>Haha, no, I shudder to think that I'd probably be even more unhappy there. I go to TCU, which is a good school, just not for me.</p>
<p>I don't like it because:
-I don't like the very prevalent Greek scene
-I don't like Texas in general, even though I'm from here
-I'm much more socially liberal than the average student here, so I always feel like I have to hide what I really think about issues
-It seems like an extension of high school, and no one here seems very interested in learning. Even my honors classes aren't much better.
-I hate the hot Texas weather!
-I feel like I could do bigger and better things at another college.
-It feels too big for me.</p>
<p>My major is currently Polisci, though that may change to International Economics, or even Business with a French minor. If I transfer to a school with a reputable business program, I will almost definitely change my major to reflect that.</p>
<p>Honestly, West/East coast doesn't matter much to me. I can imagine myself being just as happy in Seattle as Chicago as upstate New York.</p>
<p>I'd also like to be on a traditional campus, reasonably near a big city instead of being at an urban campus.</p>
<p>I turned down SMU and George Washington University (sometimes I really regret turning down GW, because they offered me half-tution, same as SMU and TCU did, but GW is a much cooler college, especially for Polisci.) I wanted to go really, really badly to Vassar, but I got rejected. I hate myself for not applying ED, but can't change that now.</p>
<p>I also applied to Georgetown SFS and Swarthmore, both of which I knew I had no chance, and got a cold rejection. So essentially, I really screwed up my senior year, and completely neglected to apply to any match schools. </p>
<p>I really feel bad about wanting to transfer somewhere that might be more expensive, especially if not all my AP credits and credits at TCU transfer, but I really think my parents will support me.</p>
<p>I was also a NM Finalist; I know most colleges probably only care if you're an entering student who put them down as first choice, but just in case some don't, I thought I'd mention that.</p>
<p>I'm hoping to transfer for Fall 2007, also. I know I'm starting too late to think about Spring 2007.</p>
<p>Thanks for any and all help.</p>