Hello there. First time posting on this site. I have come across a couple problems in my transfer process. First I will list the school I applied to and give my story:
(Note: I have a TLDR portion on the bottom)
CSU Long Beach
CSU Channel Islands
So to start it off I have attended two cc's. Allan Hancock college and Santa Monica College.
My AHC transcript was average and i was just "doing school" for a couple years as part time and a semester or two full time. Average GPA was a 2.7
I than got engaged and my fiance was accepted into UCLA right after High school so I go down with her to live in Brentwood off campus for a year. During this time I attend SMC
At SMC I take 3 courses for the fall semester of 2011 and recieve a B, C and an F. The F is in Elementary Statistics.
Me and My fiance grow apart, she is engulfed in her life at school (should have expected this... a good thing for her) and we eventually split ways and I move back to Santa Maria to attend AHC. Here i retake my only F which is Algebra 2 and Pass with an A. I than sign up for courses during fall (Chem. Statistics. Western Civ. and Piano) full time and I am currently kicking butt because I want to go to a UC for grad school.
(TLDR: TOO LAZY DIDNT READ)
So My problems come here. I applied to those schools already this last week and than I realized I messed up. I put only my Cum. GPA for AHC which is a 3.0 but forgot to include courses at SMC. MY gpa is 1.5 here because of my B,C,F!
I talked with my councilor and we factored in my GPA and I overall have a 2.63. But I sent on my apps that I had a 3.0. Does emailing them saying that it is a different GPA look bad?
ALSO. I talked with SMC and they do not do academic Renewel on course work from other colleges so even if I get an A in this statistics class I am stuck with the F. Is there any way to smooth coat this F? DOes it look that bad on my transcript if I show I retook it?
I am slightly stressed out because last week i felt very confident about getting into a school... but now it looks bad IMO.
Any information or comments at all would be appreciated.