Re-Applying to colleges after being accepted? Process?

<p>So to make a long story short, I transferred from Community College this fall to a college I absolutely hate. It was the only school giving me good aid which is the only reason I attended. Now I am hitting my head against the wall because I got accepted to Emerson College, Loyola Marymount, and Ithaca College, which were some of my dream schools. </p>

<p>Now I have decided that I would rather be in deep debt and go to one of those schools than go to this crappy college. My question is, do I have to do the entire transfer application process again to apply for next fall to these colleges? I'm afraid that my grades aren't going to be too good this semester since I'm so unmotivated here and that I'm basically screwed. Is there any hope?</p>

<p>How deep is that debt, and who exactly is going to co-sign for it with you? The only student loans you can take without a co-signer are the Staffords. The limits are $5,500 freshman year, $6,500 sophomore, $7,500 junior, and $7,500 senior. Even if you think it's OK to load up on debt, it may not be possible for you to do so.</p>

<p>Try to find a way to like your current college. If you absolutely can't manage that, then pick up the phone and call the admissions offices at the schools on your list. Ask what you need to do to reactivate your application. If you are really lucky, one might even be able to take you for second semester.</p>

<p>The best way to find out the answer to this question is to contact each admissions office, as mentioned above.</p>

<p>Some will allow you to easily apply as a transfer. When I turned down Northwestern, the letter they sent outlined their procedure for reactivating my application and said they'd keep it on file. It makes sense that there would be other schools that do this.</p>

<p>Urgh. Double post. Haven't done that in years...</p>