I've been accepted to transfer to a school that's ranked a little higher than the one I'm currently at, and it seems to be more highly regarded in the area. It was also my #1 school when I originally applied, but got waitlisted last year. I'm think I'm ultimately going to go wherever gives me the most $. But here's my dilemma: at my current school, I'm on the exec. board of the SBA. I realize that in itself doesn't do much, but the networking opportunities are amazing. I get free tickets to all kinds of events, and I've already met many judges, the state Atty Gen, and a candidate for Lt Gov, who immediately invited me out for lunch and looks to be a stellar mentor (and reference). So I'm starting to think that my position may, in fact, open doors to me that I would not have if I transfer. Is this alone worth staying where I'm at? Or should I just stick with my plan of going where the $ is?