Transfering Senior Year

<p>I have spent 4 full semesters, but have enough credits to constitute as Junior at Manhattanville College. I have earned a 4.0 my last two semesters and am considering transferring to a better school. I have a cumulative GPA of 3.8 and am under the impression that I can get into a much better school. I have a scholarship at Mville and transferring would not be an easy task. It would consist of quitting my job and moving from my apartment in Yonkers.</p>

<p>Should I transfer or stay at Mville and finish my senior year there?</p>

<p>What would be the advantages of transferring to a more prestigious school?</p>

<p>What would be the disadvantages of transferring my senior year?</p>

<p>Let it be known that I am a business management major and have taken classes that I believe will be recognized at most colleges. Ex. Accounting, Management, Marketing, Statistics for Business, etc.</p>

<p>Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.</p>

<p>Very few good colleges accept senior transfers, almost all will require you spend two years there. I'd just finish where you are and aim for stronger grad schools.</p>