I am a Business Analytics and Information Systems sophomore at University of South Florida. I intend to work for an investment firm and/or apply to law schools after graduating. I’ve always considered transferring to UF because of its’ better ranking and prestige compared to USF. However, If I stay at USF, I can graduate one semester early. I think this would be beneficial to me, as I am hoping to get a job in the business analytics field and work for a while, and then to go to law school. However, I also know that big financial firms in cities like New York consider the school name, and so do law schools. So, is it worth applying to UF and graduating one semester later, or should I just remain at USF and aim for good grades (my current GPA is 3.8). I am also hoping to get into a top tier law school (T14-25). Outside of Florida, in law schools and financial firms, do they largely consider the difference between UF and USF? Would it benefit my future to graduate 5-8 months later by transferring to UF, than staying at USF and graduating earlier?