RPI Transfer

<p>Need information on transfer at RPI. I want to get into a high level engineering school and although I may not have the creditials I want to try to go for my dream schools and go down from there since my engineering school is not accreddited. Can someone chance me and give me info about maybe other schools</p>

<p>H.S. GPA : 3.0 (took 6 Honor classes, no A.P.)
College GPA : 3.4 (In Honors program at my College)
ACT : 23 Comp 25 Math
EC: Honors Program
Division 1 NAIA Soccer team
Volunteering over 200 hours helping title one schools, AIDS clinic, and Assistant coaching
H.S. Team soccer captain and MVP
African American with a EFC of about 1000
Please help!!!
Also hadv alot of other EC like TSA, SGA, And science Olympiad but did not list, Should I send them a copy of my resume or no?</p>

<p>Also I had a amazing story. I had a 1.7 GPA in high school and brought it up to a 3.0. My GC wrote a realli good letter for me so any ideas?</p>

<p>Can anyone please?</p>

<p>I think you should give the application your all and go for it!</p>

<p>And yes you should send a resume.</p>

<p>Can you give me any information about other schools that id match with and etc?</p>

<p>You can use the ABET search page to find accredited programs-</p>

<p>Accredited</a> Programs Search</p>

<p>My biggest concern for you is your EFC, which indicates that your family can't afford a large payment. I think that you really need to be looking at an instate college. For example, if you are a NYS resident, SUNY Buffalo has an excellent accredited engineering program:</p>

<p>Aerospace Engineering(BS)
Chemical Engineering(BS)
Civil Engineering(BS)
Computer Engineering(BS)
Electrical Engineering(BS)
Environmental Engineering(BS)
Industrial Engineering(BS)
Mechanical Engineering(BS)</p>

<p><a href="http://www.eng.buffalo.edu/%5B/url%5D"&gt;http://www.eng.buffalo.edu/&lt;/a&gt;&lt;/p>

<p>But also apply to RPI since it is your dream and maybe they will come through with enough Financial Aid (hey you never know).</p>

<p>Good luck!</p>

<p>im a tennessee resident but im hoping they'll give me enough were i can get out with less than 60k in loans over 4 years. I heard to use that rule of thumb when accepting loans...</p>

<p>I would NEVER recommend a kid come out of an undergrad program with $60 K in loans. That is insane. You are unlikely to be awarded that high a loan level without a cosigner. I am on my third kid in college and I have never seen, beyond the Stafford and Perkins loans, loans awarded much above that without a cosigner being required. My older S will have a grand total of $30 K in loans - and $5 K of that we had to cosign.</p>

<p>If you live in Tennessee, be sure to apply to some of the Univ. of Tenn. campuses. At less than $6K a year tuition, you can't beat it. The programs are ABET accredited as well.</p>

<p>University of Memphis
Computer Science(BS
Civil Engineering(BS)
Computer Engineering(BS)
Electrical Engineering(BS)
Mechanical Engineering(BS)</p>

<p>University of Tennessee at Chattanooga ,TN, United States
Computer Science, Scientific Applications(BS)
Computer Science, Software Systems(BS)
Electrical Engineering(B.S.E.E.)
Engineering(BS)
Engineering: Chemical(BSE)
Engineering: Civil(BSE)
Engineering: Electrical Specialty (option)(BSEE)
Engineering: Mechanical Specialty (Option)(BSME)
Mechanical Engineering(B.S.M.E.)</p>

<p>University of Tennessee at Knoxville ,TN, United States
Aerospace Engineering(BS)
Biomedical Engineering(BSBME)
Biosystems Engineering(BS)
Chemical Engineering(BS)
Civil Engineering(BS)
Computer Engineering(BSCpE)
Electrical Engineering(BS)
Industrial Engineering(BS
Materials Science and Engineering(BS)
Mechanical Engineering(BS)
Nuclear Engineering(BS)</p>

<p>I appreciate the advise but 60k for Rpi is worth it, barely but I know first hand the oppertunities you get from utc and UT since those schools are where 90% of my class goes and while I'm not putting down those schools I am aiming for better for my self I appreciate the advise but it's not the advise I was asking for...Not to be rude an anyway I like the honest advise</p>

<p>N Im a chatt resident, lived in Knox and by bro graduated from memphis wit a ~4.0 a few years back</p>