So previously in Fall of 2014 I started off as a freshman at a 4 year university. Basically during most of the entire semester I struggled with a bunch of emotional problems, and as a result slacked off and did way worse than I normally know I can do. I passed all of my classes except for 1 (a D) and ended up with a 2.35 gpa. After that semester I decided to go back home and attend community college to get myself back up and transfer to another school when I had enough units. After two quarters I have a 4.0 at the community college I’m currently attending, and I’m pretty positive I’m going to get A’s in two of the summer courses I’m taking right now. I’m determined to do amazing my sophomore year as well.
Now for the real question: If I were to send my transcript from my previous university to the CCC I’m attending right now would my previous GPA transfer too and combine with the 4.0 I have right now to give me a new one? Is that a common thing that happens? I want to apply to colleges to transfer in Fall of 2016 and I want to transfer the units for all the university classes I passed since I’m required to take those specific GE courses to transfer to a new school anyway.
I’ve tried to talk to school councilors about this but surprisingly none of them have been very helpful, and I’ve tried googling this but I couldn’t really find an answer either. I realize that this probably could vary from school to school but I just wanted to see if there was any basic knowledge about it. Thanks!
(Also if it helps to know: the university I attended previously was a CSU, and I’m at a California Community College right now, I plan to transfer to a different CSU, a UC, or MAYBE a private school)