Transferring to UNC-CH from California CC

<p>Hey everyone,</p>

<p>I'm considering transferring to the University of North Carolina (Chapel Hill) from a California community college.</p>

<p>I want to attend their business program.</p>

<p>My current community college statistics:
- 3.85 GPA
- Lead role in a club
- President of another club
- Honors Program
- Run my own business</p>

<p>I'm just trying to get away from California for university, so if you have any recommendations of other universities (with a good business program) that you think I could get into, I'm open to recommendations.</p>

<p>Also, given I'm transferring from CC, would UNC-CH look at my high school grades or not?</p>

<p>Any other information is appreciated!</p>

<p>Whether UNC would consider your high school accomplishments or not depends on whether you are sophomore or junior standing. A good high school gpa would be impressive anyway.
UNC requires you to pay out state student tuition if you are not a NC resident, although it is fairly cheap. UNC is a really descant school. You can have UMN- Carlson for back up. Good luck to you.</p>

<p>Thanks for the response. I'd be applying to enter as a junior.</p>

<p>I checked and out of state for UNC-Chapel Hill is around $33,000 a year..what part of that is cheap!? :P</p>

<p>"Cheap" relative to some other out of state public schools' non-resident cost of attendance. However, public universities in Minnesota and the Dakotas cost less.</p>

<p>Gotcha. Any idea how much aid UNC-CH gives on average? I mean, how much of the $33,000 tuition would I likely pay?</p>