Should I finish my last two years or transfer?

<p>Okay, so I decided that I hate the school I've been going to for the last two years (In another thread). I decided that I'm going to take courses @CC to get my grades up and transfer. I want to go to engineering school. Since I'm going into my 3rd year, would it be smart to transfer? I should be the class of 2012, but might end up going to 2013. I probably could still graduate on time if I do summer courses (or might scratch by going in this spring). It seems as if my mom is mad that I am doing this, but I got to do what I got to do. I dont' care if I lose a year, but I need to get where I want in life. But am I doing the smart thing?</p>

<p>If you're in engineering, what difference does it make if you "hate" your school? San Quentin and Sing Sing deliver the same service at the end of the day, the differences are minute in the grand scheme of things.</p>

<p>My school got rid of its Computer Science Program and I switched to business.</p>

<p>My sympathies.</p>

<p>Yeah it does suck. Plus, I reallly kind of want the college experience. Having to take the bus for an hour is not fun.</p>

<p>There is no college experience. There is being good looking and being not good looking. Choose wisely. Bad looking guy in college = horrible, xbox-infested existence, worse than death, SLIGHTLY better than prison depending on his major. Good looking dropout = Life of success and sexual conquest.</p>

<p>wait, how does a school just get rid of program like that</p>