How good are my chances after going through a tough situation?
Because a family member was paying for my out of state tuition and decided that he would stop based on my political beliefs, I have been forced to drop out of UNC and enroll in community college in VA. I'm doing very well, and I expect to have a 3.7-4.0 in my current class in community college (Elementary statistics, phil. 101, intro to comm, and business 100).
I just finished my first semester at UNC; while there I got the following grades:
LFIT (Phys ed): A
African American Studies: A
Comparative Politics: A-
English 102: A-
German 101: A-
Statistics 155: D+
Arabs and the west (freshman seminar): B
Roman Emperors (freshman seminar): B+
Also, I served as Undergraduate Liaison for the Student Animal Legal Defense Fund at UNC's law school and played intramural flag football. This summer, I also completed a business program through Keenan-Flagler at UNC for a certificate in business essentials (no academic transfer credit).
In high school, I finished with:
-a 4.5 weighted GPA
-6 AP courses with one 5, four 4's, and one 3 for AP test scores
-1310 SAT: 740 reading, 570 math, 660 writing
-27 on ACT
-92 out of 488 class rank; top 20%
-Football two years, track 4 years, Spanish national honor society, three officer positions in clubs, tutoring, achievement award for physical education, student government for 2 years
With this in mind, how do my chances look for getting into UVA for next year's fall semester?