Transfer to Cornell engineering

<p>Let's say that I applied for sophomore transfer engineering for Spring term and got in. But if I send them a mail that I want to postpone my admission one semester later(I will start my junior yr from that Fall), am I still guaranteed to transfer to the school, or will I have to re-apply there?</p>

<p>Besides, does cornell admit transfer students on a rolling basis?</p>

<p>It's a rather moot point, considering Cornell engineering doesn't allow for Spring transfers.</p>

<p>Cornell engineering sends admissions decisions out on a rolling basis, starting in April and ending at least two weeks before June 1st.</p>

<p><a href="http://www.engineering.cornell.edu/admissions/applying/transfer/TransferFlyer.pdf%5B/url%5D"&gt;http://www.engineering.cornell.edu/admissions/applying/transfer/TransferFlyer.pdf&lt;/a> -- "Transfer students are only accepted for Fall matriculation only, . . . ."</p>

<p><a href="http://www.engineering.cornell.edu/admissions/applying/transfer/deadlines.cfm%5B/url%5D"&gt;http://www.engineering.cornell.edu/admissions/applying/transfer/deadlines.cfm&lt;/a> -- "Rolling decisions - mid April through early June"</p>

<p>Okay thanks. I went to the engineering website and found out that you have to decide a specific engineering major. My question is, if I apply for electrical and comp. engineering as both my primary and secondary choices, will that increase the possibility of admission?</p>

<p>I honestly don't know. I'd guess that the secondary choice is there in case you qualify for admission but there are no openings in your primary choice. So, in that case, putting the same major down twice would do more harm than good. In addition, I think they are really asking for a second choice; so giving them your first choice again is rather corny. It may show particular devotion to your major, but I don't think it'll do it in any remarkable way.</p>