<p>Hello! My lifelong dream is to attend TCU, however, I was denied freshman admission. I'll be attending Texas Tech this fall and hope to transfer to TCU in the spring. What are my chances of being admitted?</p>
<p>its too early to tell
what are you hs stats?
if you have a good gpa, continue hs EC's in college, get good recs and write a good essay you shouldnt have a problem</p>
<p>come back near the end of fall semester to give an update about how you are doing then ask</p>
<p>Students who are denied admission as a freshman must complete at least 24 hours of transferable coursework before they can be considered for admission to TCU. If you were denied admission in the past year, we still have your application and will waive the essay, resume and application fee. You will need to download a reactivation form. Please send in the completed and signed form and an official transcript of any college grades you have received one semester before you want to enroll. If you do not have 24 hours of transferable credit completed at the time of application, but you will have the required hours by the end of the semester, we may defer our decision until we get your final grades. Consideration is based on the quality of the coursework taken and GPA in the completed coursework.
From TCU website.</p>
<p>Thanks for all of the information. I actually had been looking across the website the other day and came across that. Would the 24 hour requirement still apply even though I was wait-listed? I had met with Ray Brown during the school year and he had told me my application was flagged and to try transferring in the spring. I'm really hoping I won't have to wait the entire academic year.</p>
<p>Give their admissions office a call and see if they will let you.</p>