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May I respectfully suggest that you stay in Michigan for your undergraduate education. There are no California colleges or universities for which you will likely qualify and for which it is worth paying out of state or private school tuition. I make this statement on the premise that Stanford, CalTech, the Claremont Colleges, UCLA, USC, and possibly UC Berkeley are the only schools in California for which it is worth paying these fees for undergraduate school and that the likelihood of raising your ACT to 25, which is the practical minimum for Pitzer College at Claremont, is very low. You can probably be admitted to Michigan State with an ACT score of 22 if your stated GPA is unweighted. You could possibly be admitted to the University of California, Merced, with an ACT score of 19, if they are accepting out of state students, but I cannot imagine why anyone would want to pay out of state tuition to go there, no matter how much money they have. This is not to say that it is a bad school, just that there are many other schools in the US which are better values for the money.
If you are thinking of coming to California to attend a UC or Cal state school, be aware the quality of these schools is falling off a cliff. Because of massive budget cuts, the state of California is handing the UC and CS schools less and less money to educate students. For instructors and staff at the UC and CS schools it's a known fact that new faculty aren't about to get hired on and those still there are likely going to see furlough days if they don't succumb to layoffs. I have heard the faculty at Berkeley have been given a 15% pay cut and many of the best ones are leaving. Then there are the students, many of whom in fine arts and humanities fields are finding their course offerings cut dramatically. I do know the cuts led Berkeley to withdraw all offers to out of state students for PhD programs no matter how good their research. Many students are finding it impossible to get all the courses they need in a given semester to make the progress they want to make towards their majors. Which may result in having to take an extra year to graduate. Many students are finding that by the time their turn comes to register for classes, everything they need is already full. To add insult to injury, the UC system has raised tuition this last year by 32%. Which means that an out of state student will pay as much; if not more than if they went to a private school? While private schools are still facing a budget crunch, they are accountable to their students, not to taxpayers and politicians. If you're really dedicated to what you'd like to study, be it English, Economics, or Engineering a small private school could be a better investment in your own human resources. If you are thinking of coming to California stick with the private schools like USC, Stanford, Chapman, the Claremont Colleges, etc. come to California to go to a private school like USC or Stanford.
UC Davis is well known for it's medical program and you should be a well fit there as it does not require a high GPA Pull up your gpa a little higher to like 3.75 and maybe you'll get a shot at UC Los Angeles UC Berkeley UC San Diego Stanford Those schools have crazy pre-med programs :) for stanford- it's not all academics- you have to show them (through your essays) that you are unique and that they need you-not the other way around!) Why do you want to go to California University? Anyway, good luck!
That is totally plausible. extremely a good looking form of Michigan human beings flow southern california, and that i recognize handful of human beings that transferred to Orangeburg college and college. i do not advise public college when you're out of state electorate (ridiculous quantity of educating). Shoot for deepest ones.