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Food for Thought: If you feel like you aren’t getting the most out of your Cornell experience, then transferring might be a great option. There are a lot of online resources that you can utilize to become familiar with different colleges. It’s important that you do research on your prospective college to understand the requirements and possibly fulfill some to make the transition easier. I found the best way to accomplish this was by meeting with my advisor throughout the semester to map out my schedule for the upcoming year. Also contrary to popular belief, changing colleges doesn’t have to mean vastly changing your studies. I remained a biology major, but felt that moving to CALS would give me access to a whole new set of courses. The entire transfer process was really straight forward thanks to all the resources that Cornell offers, and it was one of the best decisions I’ve made. Feel free to contact me if you have any questions about the transfer process or about my experience.