Revoking Admission

<p>Is there a chance of admission being revoked if I have a C or D in a course that I do not require for my major? What is the best way to appeal in case it does happen, and has anyone gone through this scenario of being rescinded?</p>

<p>Is this for a UC? Because a D would be a huge problem, so get a C.</p>

<p>This is more regarding the state schools in the northeast. Penn State, SUNYs, UConn, UMass. Do you know of anyone being rescinded from any of these schools?</p>

<p>A "D" could be a problem.</p>

<p>You may not lose your admission, but it's possible you may. It's also possible that you may lose scholarships they may have given you.</p>

<p>Yes, it could be a problem for state flagships. If you are going from OOS and paying full freight, you can likely appeal and go on probation. If you are instate, it could be a problem. If you are going on merit aid, it could be a problem. Work hard, get a C. Talk to your teacher, explain it could mean loosing your acceptance. Ask about extra credit. Be proactive.</p>

<p>This is what I'm worried about. I will be paying the full OOS cost, and will be coming in as an int'l student.</p>