Am I a freshman or transfer student?
I'm in second year in community college, I switched my major twice, it's the fall semester, about to end. In the spring, switching my major, I want to go to a University instead. When applying to the university am I considered a freshman or a transfer?
- GypsyfishLv 73 weeks agoBest answer
You're a transfer because you're going to transfer some credits. Applying to be a freshman means applying with nothing since high school.
- MSLv 73 weeks ago
You would be considered a transfer student for application purposes, since you have attended another higher education institution.
- dripLv 73 weeks ago
If you have taken college classes and have credits to >transfer< you are a transfer student.
When you apply you must send in your CC transcripts.
Incoming freshman have never attend college.
- MamawidsomLv 73 weeks ago
Transfer student if you intended to transfer any of the credits you've earned at the community college. If you plan to start fresh and spend another 4+ years at a university to earn your Bachelor's degree, then you would be be applying as a freshman or first year student.
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- Sam SpayedLv 73 weeks ago
Check the admissions page of the university(s) to which you are applying; they all have different requirements.
Typically, you would apply as a transfer student if you have -any- college credit attempts after you graduate from high school (dual enrollment students still apply as freshmen).
But a few colleges allow students with fewer than 15 credits to still apply as freshmen.
- FrankLv 53 weeks ago
You’re an idiot is what you are. What does the word freshmen say to you? It means “fresh”man. Somebody who knows absolutely nothing. You’re not a freshman, but you’re still an idiot.