Should I go to California State University: Northridge?

Hello I'm seventeen years old and a senior. I have just been accepted into California State University Northridge yesterday. The thing is I'm an out of stater and currently live in Pennsylvania. I have always wanted to live over in California and I would love to go to UCLA but with my grades it would not be possible. So I'm thinking I could start at CSUN and keep my grades up and then transfer to UCLA eventually. I have been accepted to Universities in Pennsylvania such as Albright College, Shippensburg University, Indiana University of Pennsylvania and Penn State Berks. I'm still waiting to hear back from Temple University. Anyways I really would like to go to CSUN because it is pretty much one of the top schools I wanted to go to in which I applied. I'm just worried about the cost as being an out of stater. I'm applying for financial aid and plan to get a job but that's basically how I'm getting my money. I don't care that CSUN isn't the best school out there but it will be a good choice for me because I plan to double major or get a duel degree in Art Education and Psychology, CSUN offers good programs for both and then I could always go to UCLA for my masters in Psychology or even CSULA they have a really good masters program for Psychology. Other than that do you think that I will be able to pay for college and that I'm not making a huge mistake? I want your opinion and any other information you could provide me with. I really need help because I have to accept my admission by March 1st.

Asked By: Chantel :) [Peace Not Greed] - 2/4/2011
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No. Cal State schools are not special enough. And it is nearly impossible to transfer from a CS to UC school. And when you see how much you are being charged for an ordinary state university you will be imagining pain in your rear... More
Answered By: Chuckles - 2/4/2011
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