i got it in the mail.im applying from high school. looks like im headin to SFSU unless i miraculously get into SDSU
good luck. if i can't get into long beach, i'll be going to sfsu too =/
what are you going to tell them? I have no idea what to write. I think I also got accepted to SFSU, I didn't get a letter through the mail but I got an email saying thank you for applying we hope you choose to join us in August so I'm assuming I made the cut. If so 3 out of 4. Fuck I am feeling lucky.
Originally posted by Inactive Userif you're a junior you still have plenty of time. if you do really well this semester and actually try senior year I don't see why you wouldn't. College is a lot easier to get into then everyone makes it out to be.
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senioritis is slowly starting to overcome me smh. I have like 2 Cs and possible a D right now. I havent studied since finals smh. Gotta reup on my grades
Originally posted by Inactive Usertalk to your academic advisor.
Originally posted by Inactive Useranyone know what might happen to my financial aid if i drop a class with a W?
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how hard is it to transfer to usc for mechanical engineering through a community college?! is it harder than getting into ucla? also, which school would be better for mechanical engineering?
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i'm thinking about changing my major the sociology. i just though it's easier so i can get out of school as soon as possible with a BA in socio than anything else.
what kind of job can i get with a BA in socio though?
i just wanna do something to help people out. not boring stuffs like social services or shit like that.
i prefer working at a homeless shelter or a youth academy program or something like that. but what kind of degree should i get before i get out..
already halfway done with classes to be a teacher, but now that i think about it, i don't want to be a teacher anymore.
Money/ High Salary isn't the only thing that makes life worth living. If the guy wants to live a give his life some meaning by working a job that may not pay much but helps a lot of people than that's what he should do.
Originally posted by Inactive Useryeah but if he has 50,000+ in college loans and he comes out to a job making 25,000 a year what good is that?
Yea he's right you gotta meet some sort of criteria like the EFC has to be lower than some number and other factors that also play a role but i was in about the same situation as the dude asking and i pulled a pell grant.