Sophomore Spring transfer HELP!

<p>Hi all. I am now a sophomore at a four-year liberal arts college. Because of many reasons, I am thinking about transferring next semester (spring admission). My college ranks about 20ish on USNEWS and I am looking for a big university on the east coast with urban setting.
Anyone suggestions, please?</p>

<p>HS GPA: 3.8ish (international high school)
College GPA: 3.4 (I had a C+ in the first semester of my freshman year. That hurts a lot=(
College Credits: More than 48 credits
SAT:2050<br>
Major: international relations/urban studies(really really interested in this field but my school doesnt offer this major)
Work experiences: Urban Planning research in Shanghai, Paid internship(management/consulting), Internship at Intercontinental Hotel PR department, Mandarin Tutor(2 years), College IT department
EC: International Students Club vice president, East Asian Dancing Club chair, some others not important though.</p>

<p>I really really want to go to a school in an urban setting area such as NYC, boston, Philadelphia, etc. And I know my college gpa is terrible...</p>

<p>Help! Thank you!</p>

<p>Anyone?? Bumppp</p>

<p>Try NYU if you have the money or are confident you can get good aid.
Boston College obviously and Boston University or Northeastern.
University of Pittsburgh or Penn State.
University of Wisconsin - Madison.</p>

<p>If you like the Southeast too like IN or VA try Purdue or NC State.</p>

<p>@Matisyahu Thank you! But is a 3.4gpa(with a c+) too low for NYU and BC? How about Barnard College?</p>

<p>Average for BC is 3.6
NYU is a little lower.</p>

<p>I'm not too familiar with Barnard. There was a huge thread on that for the Fall of 2012. Look it up an compare the stats.</p>

<p>UMiami might be good for you too.
Unless you just want to go to New England area.</p>