Too Many Undergrad Colleges?

<p>How would it look to law schools admissions if somone went to 3 different undergraduate colleges? </p>

<p>For example, if someone got a 3.0 in school one, 3.8 in school two, and 3.7 in school three, would she be looked in a negative light because she attened THREE schools?</p>

<p>Why or why not?</p>

<p>My cousin attended three undergraduate institutions. He's now dean of a law school.</p>

<p>As long as you can show stable or upwards progression in GPA and can explain why you transferred twice if need be, it shouldn't affect your admissions much. Plenty of people transfer multiple times due to a school not being a good fit or due to work/family/whatever issues.</p>

<p>Oh wow, this is such good news to me! I thought for sure law schools would look down upon this because I thought it would show indecisiveness and instability, even though the reasons I transferred are neither.</p>

<p>Actually, I only have 2 undergraduate schools because I only transferred once, but I was thinking about transferring to another college because, like what was stated above, the one I want to transfer to is a much better fit for me.</p>

<p>One more thing though...Would taking a summer class or two at even another college be looked unfavorably too? (To make up for the 2 classes that 'transfer) </p>

<p>Thank you so much!!</p>