Chances? Transfer to UPitt from CC?

<p>I don't know if I really even have a shot, but I've just decided to apply for admission for the Fall 2013 semester to UPitt at the end of this semester. </p>

<p>I graduated high school back in 2011 and knew with my GPA, and SAT's I really didn't even stand a chance at getting accepted. I had about a 2.6 in high school and a 1720 (out of 2400) on my SAT's.</p>

<p>So I decided to just go to community college for a few semesters and then apply. As of right now I only have about 15 credits completed, with a 3.0. I'm taking 15 this semester and then 15 in the spring, so it'll put me up to about 45. I'm looking to get (if not higher) a 3.2+ GPA this semester and also next. I'm a business major and will have Micro, Macro, calc, basic marketing, and basic accounting completed. </p>

<p>Just looking for some info on how to better my chances for admissions, I know it might look ****ty to be applying from a CC, but it's where I'm at right now. Has anyone applied to Pitt from a community college? How much will they look at my High School transcripts and SAT's? Just hoping to get an answer from someone. Thanks.</p>

<p>Bump need some info</p>

<p>Bump, but also does anyone know if your chances of applying to a 4 year university as a part-time student better your odds of gaining acceptance, rather than a full time student? Do they need to meet a specific amount of part-time students?</p>

<p>Bump, anyone???</p>