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Hi all, So I have a kind of specific question, but was hoping maybe someone has been in or has seen a similar situation to mine. In fall 2012, I was academically disqualified from UCSD for reasons I won't bore you with. Left with a 2.643, a previous 3.11 from community college, and have been taking classes at a CC (with a semester that will probably end in straight A's) since I moved back here. Now I'm looking to apply to Sac State as a CS major for fall 2013. Admissions told me I qualify for application since technically the "last" school I'll have attended will be a CC, and I'm in good standing with them.
I know I'll have to explain why I'm ineligible for re-enrollment at UCSD in my application, but just how badly will this hurt my chances? Have you ever seen someone admitted who had been previously disqualified? I know my GPA's aren't great, so I am pretty worried about my chances. I believe my overall transfer GPA will be somewhere around a 3.0 (with UCSD and CC combined) by the time I transfer.