I did 3 years at a University and my g.p.a went down to a 1.9, so I cant go back to the university because of my G.P.A, what are some of my choices??
I spoke with the dean and they still won't let me attend the school anymore because my G.P.A and i don't want to go to a community college. what do i do to get my G.P.A up???
The External Degree Program at The University of Alabama would be an excellent choice. You can find more information here: http://exd.ua.edu/
I was in a similar situation when I was a college freshman at Syracuse University. fortunately for me though they allowed me to one semester to raise my gpa from .9 to 2.0 and I made it barely.
In your case like the first poster says, Community College is definitely a good route, especially in this economy. many of my friends from Big name schools have left to go to community colleges because its cheaper and they still get the education they need. Here is a site where you can search for college and community college listings and reviews. <a href=http://www.teenclassifieds.net/index.php?option=com_sobi2&Itemid=211&lang=en&sobi2Task=showNew>College Search and Listings</a>
More than likely if your school will not accept you back, you will need to find another school. What you will have to do is look for an institution that will accept you as a transfer student, along with the credits you have successfully completed.
Now, here is the part that you are not going to want to hear, it will probably be in your best interest to start over at the community college level. Now, I know that you don't want to go to community college, but these are great places for people to start or restart there college career. Community colleges offer flexibility, cheaper tuition, and are great starting off points for individuals who are looking to prepare for furthering their education at the regular college or university level.
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