cancel sir for cal

<p>does anyone know the steps to fully withdraw from berkeley because i SIR but now i dont want to go anymore and i keep on calling but they give me different responses every time</p>

<p>Where are you going to go then? O.o</p>

<p>Try calling them one more time.</p>

<p>he's going to usc i bet, huge downgrade. not willing to challenge himself i see</p>

<p>I mean, this is just so late in the year, lol. 2 weeks before school starts.</p>

<p>Seriously ***. But yu don't cancel the sir, you go to telebears log in and hit 'cancel registration" on the left. I hope youre withdrawing for non financial reasons, if so I'm sorry. But if u have the means of going to college please do don't chicken out</p>

<p>Looks like the OP got into USC on appeal, but he is interested in sports medicine and believes the school offers a better curriculum for his/her intended career. That is, assuming the OP plans to become a physicians assistant or therapist or some kind of support staff and is not planning to pursue an MD. </p>

<p>With the special circumstances in mind, lets give the OP a break and not heap the scorn upon him/her that we would have had this been a normal situation and a simple downgrade of college.</p>

<p>^Pretty much directed at DomCobb.</p>

<p>No one else wanted to rant at him or anything. I was just curious.</p>

<p>southgate - you will be cancelling registration - see Notice to Admitted Undergraduates in Cancellation</a>, Withdrawal and Readmission - Office Of The Registrar</p>

<p>It also recommends that you contact your college first, as that might preserve your right to reenter Cal in the Spring if you change your mind later. </p>

<p>After that, you would use telebears or contact the Registrar or have your college do it electronically (if you contact them in the step above) - see Continuing Students: Cancelling Registration Before Instruction Begins in the above link for where to contact.</p>

<p>Since your post on the USC forum says you were undeclared here, I am presuming College of Letters and Sciences. Here is the information on your withdrawal College</a> Policies-Transferring Credit and possible readmissions. However, call them unless you are certain you would never, no matter the circumstances, want to reenter Cal.</p>

<p>i was kidding yo lol</p>

<p>yeah im going to usc they have a kinesiology program there which berkeley does not offer</p>

<p>rider730: that is exactly what i am doing and thanks for the info
domcobb: cal is going downward right due to the budget cuts and usc has everything i need</p>

<p>How can we trust what you say qam256 when you can't even do your math right:

If you add up all of those fees above it comes out to $17,669.75 not $17,670.25. Looks like they made a mistake there too.


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<p>plus, have you LOOKED at the neighborhood outside USCs perimeter?</p>

<p>LOL at calling it a perimeter - it's definitely a war-zone. They need patrolling sentries.</p>

<p>the neighborhood around usc is not that bad too many people create these horrible sterotypes
and cal's neighborhood isnt great either</p>

<p>They aren't stereotypes, they are factual. I've even heard USC students say really bad things about the area too.</p>

<p>I've been there and have friends who are students there. not trying to talk you out of your choice of schools, just reacting to the bizarre statement made by another poster.</p>

<p>^Several things wrong with your post.</p>

<p>eavesdrop(v.) - to listen secretly to a private conversation.</p>

<p>I wasn't listening to anything you said because CollegeConfidential does not have audio capabilities. Plus, the thread/source I listed earlier noting your miscalculation would not be considered private as anyone can read it. I only happened to notice that error you made because the topic was originally mines that you posted in.</p>

<p>Anywho, I'm just bored atm, which explains why I just nitpicked your comment, lol.</p>

<p>It's more like, I knew what it meant, but I also knew that if I supplied my own definition of the word, it would not have as reputable of a basis as true source). I only gave you the definition of the word because you didn't use it correctly.</p>

<p>And if you checked, that's its exact definition.</p>