Transferring once again

<p>With 35 credits from my community college with a 3.77 gpa and 12 credits from my 4 year school With a 3.75 to 4.0(most likely ) .I plan to transfer to these schools.Can anyone help me narrow it down?(or add some more to the list) All of them have financial aid or merit aid which makes it affordable according to my studies.If possible i would like to add some more schools from florida and california with good financial aid and study abroad programs and merit aid .I will most likely not apply to all of these schools .Most likely just 50-60% of them.I also applied to 5 suny schools(free application) as i am instate in new york.</p>

<p>Bard College<br>
Boston University<br>
Columbia University </p>

<p>Cornell University<br>
New York University<br>
Occidental College </p>

<p>Pepperdine University<br>
Rice University<br>
Rollins College </p>

<p>University of Chicago<br>
University of Miami<br>
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill </p>

<p>University of Notre Dame<br>
University of Pennsylvania<br>
University of Richmond </p>

<p>University of Southern California<br>
University of Tampa<br>
University of Virginia </p>

<p>Vanderbilt University</p>

<p>Considering some of your schools only take fall students, you'd be a junior, and study abroad will be a lot tougher to do during the school year. Just a heads up. </p>

<p>I can say, even with your good gpa, Cornell (depending on specific school), Chicago, Columbia, Penn, UVA (OOS), UNC (OOS) are reaches.</p>

<p>The high match/low reach schools would be Vandy, Rice, ND, USC, Oxy. </p>

<p>The others are matches and safeties. </p>

<p>You have a wide range of choices Good luck.</p>

<p>What do you others think?</p>