Chance me as a transfer?

<p>I'm currently enrolled in 13 hours at a CC. I have a 3.0 and I took 10 credits last semester (I was in the hospital for two weeks and it was really rough catching up. I know, my life's a sh** show.) I graduated from HS June 2013.</p>

<p>Applied for Summer 2014. Hopefully summer is an easier term to get into?
-Reading: 600
-Math: 570
-Writing: 660 (Essay: 10)
ACT: Never took it. Definitely should have.
Unweighted GPA: 2.6 (saying I had a rough senior year--in every aspect possible-- is a gross understatement and my grades were definitely affected)
Weighted GPA: 3.2
APs : I took 8 and passed 3. My HS was college prep so all my classes were honors or AP save for a few electives.
EC: I have a lot. The most notable could be that I'm in the International Thespian Society and was an officer for drama club, I was involved all four years. I was also on a council for the senior/freshman mentor program, was in Leadership, and did student gov't.
Volunteer/Community Service: 120+ hours.
75 or so were at a hospital.
Been working for almost a year at my new job and have been promoted 3 times...
Ethnicity: White, Hispanic
Gender: Male</p>

<p>I think my essay was quite good. I like to think I'm a talented writer, given that's what I want to end up doing and all.</p>

<p>I know my stats are basically poor. I'm awful about applying myself sometimes, as evidenced by my high school stats. My mom gets super frustrated because I'm 'gifted' and if I wasn't lazy I probably wouldn't have gotten rejected from FSU in my senior year.</p>

<p>I just got accepted into UNF, I don't know how they stand in comparison, honestly.</p>

<p>I put in my application on December 31st and all of the subsequent paperwork arrived shortly thereafter. Hoping to hear back soon. I don't know if I've left anything out, really.</p>

<p>I have Florida Prepaid and I've heard rumors that they like those applicants because they know they'll be able to afford it. Of course I don't see how this makes sense because I had to give my CC my Florida Prepaid info so I'm not even sure if FSU would know I have Florida Prepaid.</p>

<p>Anyway, thanks for chancing. I'm trying to stay optimistic because "you never know" but I think realistically it'll be rejection numero dos from FSU.</p>

<p>1170 2 score on the SAT easily qualifies for FSU so you have the test scores down. Also an impressive writing score. The gifted program seems to ruin students, as it develops bad habits early in life… Never having to study or learn lol. The hispanic ethnicity will also give you a good push. UNF does not really assure you anything when it comes to FSU. Plenty of my friends were admitted into UNF with GPAs borderline 3.0. Your application seems strong but a 3.2 is killing you. I was admitted to summer term as a hispanic with a 3.7 and a 27 on the ACT. FSU Summer is looking for at least a 3.4-3.5 in my opinion when looking at the GPAs of the students in my high-school class that were admitted. I don’t know if the fact that you are in a CC effects your GPA making it stronger or weaker. Best of luck to you: Good test scores, resume, and essay but bad GPA tends to leave applicants at a 50/50. :-S </p>

<p>If you were outright rejected to FSU as a freshman applicant and will be applying as a lower-division transfer (under 60 credits), I hate to give you bad news but the odds are seriously against you.</p>

<p>Lower division transfers have to meet both transfer student criteria (3.0 GPA in college overall + 3.0 GPA at current college) and freshman admission criteria. It’s to discourage exactly what you are doing- getting rejected and then applying as a transfer ASAP. That, and it allows FSU to put an emphasis on completing your AA degree at your current college before transferring. </p>

<p>Unfortunately, I’d say that you should probably prepare for another rejection letter. Complete your AA (or at least 60 credits) and then apply, and you’ll have a better shot (as long as you have a 3.0 GPA in college and aren’t applying to a limited access major, of course).</p>