Emailing an admissions counselor at UCSC?!

<p>I have a sticky kind of unique predicament that might get me rescinded and I am really concerned. People are telling me to email UCSC's admissions counselors, and I have but haven't gotten an answer. What's the email? and is this the correct one, which is what I've emailed <<myapplication@ucsc.edu>>.</myapplication@ucsc.edu></p>

<p>I right now have a 3.8 unweighted 4.0 weighted gpa (2 ap classes). I also took an extra CC course, and I think I failed it. Does that count under the contract fulfillment of no D or F grades? Or does that contract only count for high school grades? And I think it might be too late for me to go to sign up for classes at a CC..</p>

<p>Thanks</p>

<p>and no i did not email them just at the beginning of this weekend. if i had then i would realize that it's a long weekend lol. i emailed them between 1.5 and 2 weeks ago.</p>

<p>ur school might work differently, but at my school, ur cc course only goes on ur transcript if you want it to.</p>

<p>do u have the option of preventing ur cc from sending ur grade to ur high school?</p>

<p>since its not a requirement, but an extracurricular, i'm SURE you'll be fine. and plus ur gpa is pretty high. </p>

<p>u have the correct e-mail. i e-mailed them and they answered like 2 days later. just try again, maybe they haven't gotten to it yet.</p>

<p>Call the admissions office or something. They respond to the email with an almost automated message everytime and are not very specific. I am sure they get hundreds of emails a day so they don't have the time to respond to them completely. I called them before and they were very helpfull.</p>

<p>Yeah, I'd recommend you call, too.</p>

<p>When I called, the wait was pretty long (>10 minutes), but I eventually got to speak with a live person.</p>