Trying to transfer...Will I get in? Will post back

<p>As of now, i'm a Freshman at North Central College in Naperville, IL.
I went to Private Catholic High school in the area. From the highschool, here are my stats:</p>

<p>I'm an White, a female, in Illinois</p>

<p>Highschool GPA: 2.5 (4.0 scale) (I know this isn't good but i've gone through a lot including sicknesses and suicides :P)</p>

<p>College GPA: (First trimester, gonna get it to atleast a 3.2 next trimester): 2.8</p>

<p>Rank: Top 25%</p>

<p>ACT: 27 Composite (28 English, 28 Math, 27 Reading, 26 Science)</p>

<p>ECs and Volunteering:
-Piano for 10+ years
-Taught piano lessons for 2 years
-Chorus (5 Years)
-Vice President and co-founder of Anime Club
-Tennis: Lessons on and off
-30 + Hours at a hospital (Mini-Med school)
-Medical Club
-Art Club
-Muse (Writing Club)
-Taught two years of religious education
-Library Volunteering
-Safety Town (Teaching Pre-schoolers safety) (2 Years)
-30+ Hours Harvest Sunday
-Was a Lector/Commentator for my church
-Part of school's underground newspaper
-Basically, 150+ hours of volunteer work</p>

<p>As of now, I have a 2.8 at NCC, but i'm hoping to get it up to at least a 3.2 by next trimester.</p>

<p>Here are the colleges i'm looking at:</p>

<p>University of Illinois (Campaign/Urbana)
IU @ Bloomington

<p>If you have ANY suggestions of other colleges, I am all ears.</p>

<p>You went through a suicide?... Good to have you back, zombie :) </p>

<p>Anyways, I'd suggest re-taking the ACTs, or giving the SATs a shot, since as a sophomore transfer high school grades and tests will still have a significant impact. With a 3.2 GPA and higher test scores, you'd have a shot at the schools you listed.</p>

<p>To clarify*</p>

<p>My best friend tried to commit suicide is what I meant, and it shook me, in a sense.</p>

<p>PS: Yes I am a zombie rawr & brains</p>