Undergraduate or Transfer?

<p>I am wondering, do I need to apply as undergraduate or transfer when applying to other colleges. So far my stats are:
I've taken a total of 18 credit hours
I have taken:
Macroeconomics
Microeconomics
Probability and Statistics
Composition I
Composition II
Speech and Communications.</p>

<p>On my transcript on my college's website it says I am a freshman. On the Yale Website it says
•"If by the end of the current academic year, you will have completed less than one year of full-time college study, you should apply through the freshman admissions process."</p>

<p>I remember my college advisor said that from this point I can only apply as a transfer student.</p>

<p>What position am I? Am I in the position to apply for undergraduate admission or transfer admission?</p>

<p>transfer .
and i guess for Yale you are a freshman</p>

<p>As I stated on your other thread, EACH college has their own definition of what qualifies as a fr or transfer applicant, there are NO generalities. For instance:</p>

<p>For Y & H you are not a transfer applicant until you have completed one full year of post-HS college:</p>

<p>Harvard</a> College Admissions § Applying: Transfer Program</p>

<p>For GWU you are a transfer applicant after completing one post-HS college course:</p>

<p>Transfer</a> Admission - The George Washington University</p>

<p>Let me add something here, are you planning to attend college next year?</p>

<p>Because if so, I don't believe you would then qualify as a fr admit for colleges like Y & H, because their "end of the current academic year" assumes the end of the year before you matriculate, not this year. So if you took a gap year and didn't attend college next year, that would be within their definition of a fr applicant. But if you attend college next year, you will have 1.5 yrs of college by end of the year before you matriculate.</p>

<p>I am planning on attending college this fall, so I guess that means I am a transfer applicant.</p>

<p>If you have doubts, I'd recommend calling Y admissions and have them confirm.</p>