scared & frustrated about transferring in the future

<p>I attended a Community College that isn't good (I went there for two semester, dropped out for personal reasons & then returned in January at the beginning of the Spring Semester)</p>

<p>I THOUGHT that it was a good school but after realizing that the tutoring services were sub-par (I needed to go to the Math lab and I would see students in the lab using the computers for Facebook and Myspace mind you there is a library for students to use those websites) and I had to get tested for a disability and the psychologist, diagnostician (what ever she is) told me that I would have to wait several months to get testing since other students were in front of me to get tested AND TO TOP IT ALL OFF</p>


<p>Now I'm depressed because of that & I have to drop my classes because of the fact that that college set me up for failure and now I will be leaving that college & will be attending another area CC.</p>

<p>Will my withdrawals look bad when I'm ready to transfer to a four year college (I don't plan to dropping anymore classes since the new cc I'm gonna be attending has better student services)</p>

<p>Okay here's the thing: When you apply, it's important to explain this sort of issue. Use your personal statements or essays or whatever you write to explain why you have a bunch of withdrawals. I'm sure the university you apply to will be understanding. A few normally doesn't hurt. If you have over 10, however, that doesn't look good.</p>

<p>There's no need to be worried or scared. Think of going to the new CC as starting over. You'll be fine if you're confident and have a strong work ethic. I would advise frequently meeting with counselors and developing a rapport with them. They're often very helpful. Also, make sure you understand what you need to do and accomplish in order to get to where you want to be. Often GPA is the most important factor.</p>

<p>I wish ya the best, and feel free to PM me if you have any more questions.</p>

<p>Thank you, Emil! :)</p>

<p>I don't have 10 dropped classes (thank goodness) and it feels good to start all over again.</p>

<p>:) You'll be fine! I can tell that you've got the right attitude, I wish ya the best!</p>