UC to UC transfer for senior-level?

<p>I'm currently a junior majoring in English at UCR with a 4.0 GPA (possibly a 3.6-3.7 GPA after this quarter due to personal problems) and I'm wondering what my chances are to transfer to another UC?</p>

<p>I went to a community college and was accepted by all the UCs, but seeing as how UCR was right down my street I thought it would be the most practical choice for me as I would save money on room and board expenses. While my experience at UCR thus far has had its good points (very helpful faculty), I just haven't had a good experience with the unfriendly student body and (at the risk of sounding superficial) the ranking. I know that a school's prestige can only get you so far in life, but it's been nipping away at me and I feel manically self-conscious. My unhappiness has affected my grades (which are usually very high) and I feel I'm not in the right environment to encourage me. I just imagined my college experience to be so different.</p>

<p>Seeing as how I'm currently a junior going into my 3rd quarter at UCR, is there any chance at all to transfer to another UC? I reason that there isn't a chance, but my personal circumstances at UCR have me terribly frustrated.</p>

<p>Thank you for your time to answer this post!</p>

<p>i think transfers can only be done once you’ve taken less than a certain amount of units (which if true you’ve probably taken more than the minimum) my advice is try to keep your grades up, and just go to a better grad school. If anyone asks you why you went to UCR, just say the truth which is that you wanted to stay close to home.</p>

<p>Why do you think the student body at UCR is so unfriendly? Is there something unique about UCR that makes the students there less friendly than at any other UC?</p>

<p>Please disregard this thread. UCR is a fine school, I’m just having some emotional issues. I created this thread more-or-less to vent/rant. </p>

<p>If there is a mod who can delete this thread, may you please do so as to not put out the wrong idea of UCR? I don’t want my emotional venting to sway any prospective students. I used to school as a scapegoat for my frustrations.</p>