Internal transfers

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== Between CC and SEAS ==
 
== Between CC and SEAS ==
Students rarely transfer from SEAS to CC, but it's nevertheless possible.
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Students rarely transfer from SEAS to CC, but it's nevertheless possible. To apply for this transfer, a candidate must fill out the same application as transfer candidates from other schools, but the application fee is waived. Supposedly, there is a special internal transfer pool, so internal candidates are not lumped into the application pool from other schools (of which ~5% is accepted). No data is available on how many students successfully attempt to transfer between SEAS and CC per year, but supposedly there were 11 successful candidates in 2003-2004.
  
 
== Between CC/SEAS and GS ==
 
== Between CC/SEAS and GS ==
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== Between CC/SEAS and Barnard ==
 
== Between CC/SEAS and Barnard ==
 
Haven't heard of any cases of CC/SEAS transferring to Barnard, but although infrequent, the Barnard to CC/SEAS does occur.
 
Haven't heard of any cases of CC/SEAS transferring to Barnard, but although infrequent, the Barnard to CC/SEAS does occur.
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==Known internal transfer students==
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*Tao Tan, CC '07, from SEAS to CC in 2004.
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*[[Benoit]], SEAS '01, from CC to SEAS.
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*Sareena Khera, CC'07, from SEAS to CC in 2005.
  
 
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Revision as of 16:27, 18 May 2007

Internal transfers are when a student transfers from one of Columbia's schools to another school also at Columbia.

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Between CC and SEAS

Students rarely transfer from SEAS to CC, but it's nevertheless possible. To apply for this transfer, a candidate must fill out the same application as transfer candidates from other schools, but the application fee is waived. Supposedly, there is a special internal transfer pool, so internal candidates are not lumped into the application pool from other schools (of which ~5% is accepted). No data is available on how many students successfully attempt to transfer between SEAS and CC per year, but supposedly there were 11 successful candidates in 2003-2004.

Between CC/SEAS and GS

If you drop out and aren't allowed back as a CC/SEAS student, you may be able to return via GS. There is apparently a procedure for transferring from GS to CC/SEAS but there are no documented cases of this occurring.

Between CC/SEAS and Barnard

Haven't heard of any cases of CC/SEAS transferring to Barnard, but although infrequent, the Barnard to CC/SEAS does occur.

Known internal transfer students

  • Tao Tan, CC '07, from SEAS to CC in 2004.
  • Benoit, SEAS '01, from CC to SEAS.
  • Sareena Khera, CC'07, from SEAS to CC in 2005.
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