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UCSCgirl

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  • omglala
    Hey UCSCgirl. I noticed you attended UCSC and you actually commented on a question I had earlier this year. :) and I just had a couple questions for you because I currently attend SFSU and I wanted to transfer to UA or UCSC. as of right now I'm about to be a sophomore, but I don't have many credits. By the end of my sophomore year I'll have 54, which isn't enough to transfer by my junior year. do you think I should transfer my senior year or transfer to UA my junior year? Just need some advice from someone who was in the same boat as me. :)

    Thank you, So sorry it's such a long message.

    BTW, I can't use community college as an option because of family issues. x)
    July 2012
  • UA_Admissions
    Hi UCSCgirl. To be admitted to UA as a transfer student, you must have earned an overall GPA of “C” (2.00 on a 4.00 scale) or higher on all college work attempted.

    If you have fewer than 24 transferrable hours, you’ll still be held to the above GPA requirement on college coursework, but you’ll also have to meet the current freshman admission requirements (http://gobama.ua.edu/steps/freshmanreq.html).

    Please let us know if you have any more questions.

    UA_Admissions
    May 2012