Send COlumbia Colleges Courses Grades!!!????

I was wondering if it would help me if I was to send official transcripts of the community colleges I went too. I took these classes for pleasure, and my grades were A, A, A. However, I dont know if this will make me seem to desperate or if this will annoy them.</p>

<p>send it dude</p>

<p>You'd be crazy not to. If you put up enough of a stink, those courses could possibly even transfer upon admission.</p>

<p>they are your grades, your earned them so why not show columbia that? they won't get annoyed at an extra transcript lol, the worst is they won't count it toward admission. even then like the above poster said, you might be able to get credits for them.</p>

<p>You should send it to them because it'll show your academic successes.</p>

<p>Those courses will most definitely NOT transfer. There's an explicit policy against it.</p>

<p>I know of many cases where they have transferred. The policy is very flexible.</p>

<p>They'll give you exemptions from certain requirements / placement in more advanced classes, but never credits unless you took those courses during the summer before college. The policy is absolutely not flexible vis-a-vis credits, and what it says in the bulletin is what goes.</p>

<p>Trust me (hint hint, wink wink, snicker snicker), the policy is flexible.</p>

<p>Do you go to Columbia? If so, you should know that probably more than 90% of the bulletin is flexible.</p>

<p>They're not flexible with giving out transfer credits because they don't want people graduating early so they lose money on you. There's a reason they cap the AP+college credits at 15.</p>

<p>Thanks guys. I will send my grades and my current college courses to Columbia.</p>

<p>Heh. What part of "trust me" (followed by the winks and the snickers) don't you understand? ;)</p>

<p>Though you hit the nail on the head regarding the cap and not wanting to lose money.</p>