locked out of my community collge?
But I don’t know why you can’t get accepted into a 4 year institution. You don’t need an associates degree to get a bachelors degree. Who is telling you this? Start applying to 4 year schools, pretty much now.
You need to talk to a counselor to get you in and find out what is stopping you from getting in. I have never heard of anyone being locked out of a community college because their program is so huge that no students can get in.
The only reason I can think of is that you have some locks on your record that doesn’t allow you to take any classes because you haven’t paid for previous classes or something of that nature.
I believe that there is something else to the issue than just not letting you in. Do you have a high school degree at least? Are you meeting registration and application deadlines?
You cannot force a school to take you, or “kick” other people off of a waiting list. Have you tried going and talking to the admissions people in person, and talking to them in a calm, professional manner while also listening to them? What are their suggestions? If it is only a matter of getting into one course, go talk to the course instructor and see what they have to say. Sometimes the instructors can allow additional students in to the courses.
Lots of 4-year schools will admit you, you just haven’t tried them all yet. They take G.E.D. students, remember?
Face the fact that you aren’t going to get a B.A or B.S. in four years. It may take you 10. If you really want the sheepskin, do what it takes following the rules. You’ve waited three years to just start now, so unless you plan to take 140 hours of credit work in the next 12 months, forget the 4-year plan. It is possible to earn a B.A. in three years, if you attend all sessions of school. Whining on the internet isn’t going to get you there, sticking with it will.
Please stop saying you are an Eagle Scout; it is embarrassing to those of us who are.
Congrats on the Eagle Scout, that’s awesome!
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