Transfer possibilities?

<p>Hi, I'm going to be a freshman this year at Rhodes college and am deeply regretting my decision because of the lack of academic support for my major amongst other things. It's a wonderful school, but I just don't think it's the place for me... I came very close to going to Mount Holyoke, but ultimately chose Rhodes because they gave me a scholarship and Mount Holyoke is kind of in the middle of nowhere...</p>

<p>After a lot of research, I am deeply interested in Bryn Mawr and am hoping to try and transfer as soon as possible. So many things about the school appeal to me - diversity, location, academics, etc. My main question is - Does Bryn Mawr offer spring admission for freshman by chance? While I can certainly wait until next fall I would love to try and get in earlier if possible. </p>

<p>Also, does anyone have any advice or know anyone I can talk to about some transfer possibilities? Obviously, I've gone ahead and contacted the admissions office, but if there is anyone specific that would be great. </p>

<p>Ugh, I'm so mad I didn't apply last year! My college counseling office at my school is so small and doesn't tend to recommend schools out of the southeast region. So a lot of my searching was done on my own. </p>


<p>PS: feel free to e-mail me if you'd want it's katievansant (at) mac (dot) com</p>

<p>Some of your questions are answered on the admissions page for transfer students: [url=<a href=""&gt;]transfer_students[/url&lt;/a&gt;]&lt;/p>

<p>It states that the application deadline for spring transfers is November 1. I think that means that they consider spring transfers :)</p>


<p>Thanks, I checked out the admissions page for transfer students but they don't have a ton of information. I was hoping they'd have a FAQ page but they don't. Oh well! I've talked to some students and they've been really helpful. </p>

<p>I was told to contact the person in charge of transfer admissions. I sent an e-mail to her yesterday and am hoping for a reply briefly. And yes, I found out that first years can try and transfer in the spring. I wasn't sure if you had to have a full year, but apparently just one semester will satisfy.</p>