So my senior year of high school I applied to many liberal arts/women’s colleges and was rejected by almost every single one. The two decisions I got aside from rejections were an acceptance to Cottey College and a waitlist at Smith College. I then decided to attend Cottey and ended up transferring after the first semester because I found I didn’t truly love it there as I only convinced myself to go since it was my only out-of-state option (which has been my goal since as long as I can remember). I thought that because it was my only acceptance that it was a sign to go but that wasn’t the case :-(. From there I transferred to a local community college back home and am currently on my 3rd semester of college (second one at the cc) and continue to be unhappy to a certain degree. I love being home and with my family but feel like I’ve failed at going through with my plans. Community college is a great option and so are state universities but I want to try to apply to out-of-state schools again as a transfer. In high school I had good grades and was active in clubs/activities, and more but due to covid my participation in clubs/activities during my college experience thus far is low. I have a 4.0 GPA and currently work a full time job but don’t think it is enough. With that said I wanted to see if anyone thought it would be worth while to apply to a few liberal arts/women’s colleges again as a transfer student at this time specifically Smith College. As well as if my previous waitlist will impact my new application in any way? Thank you!!