Congratulations on acceptance to Trinity University,
As for Marymount, by being "disorganized", I meant the following:
1. Last semester, our microbiology professor had an emergency and had to go to a hospital. She did not return until the last week of the semester, and she was out for 5 weeks - literally. We had no idea what was going on. Nobody communicated when she was expected to return. We were not provided an adequate substitute professor for the time being. Should I mention that our midterm grades were not entered into the system, so people had no idea what their grade was (dropping date passed at that point).
2. This semester, they messed up our clinical schedules. Basically, there are 4 groups. Groups 1&2 go together, and groups 3&4 follow next week. Well, somehow they swapped the groups by mistake, so all of the sudden I started receiving emails how I did not complete my clinical pre reqs and such, and if I was not to submit the missing documents, I was at the risk of failing the course?! It took them 3 days to realize the mistake and clarify the situation.
3. As someone else mentioned - they are really after your money. Now, I understand all schools are after money, but Marymount... Beware - they will try to transfer as less classes as possible, so that you take them at Marymount. This is even if the required classes you have taken are exactly same Marymount wants you to take. On a different note, when I was admitted to the school, my advisor signed me up for 12 units by default. Nonsense. The school charges the same whether you take 12 or 18. Don't let them screw you up. Take as many credits as you can for your money. If I'd listened to my advisor and took 12 units every semester, by now I'd be 10k deeper in debt.
Beware and don't let them tell you what to do. Explore your options and ask questions.