@Catsandbooks44–I’m a little bit confused by your son’s situation. It sounds like he took SEVERAL community college classes over the past year and got a D in one of them (Biology) in the second semester but also a couple higher grades, which you THIINK were B’s, at community college in the first semester. Is this correct?
If your son did indeed get B’s in two or more community college classes in the fall and then one D in the spring, it shouldn’t affect his Emmanuel acceptance. BUT … he should write to Emmanuel to try to explain his low grade. He shouldn’t wait for Emmanuel to contact him to ask about it.
IF, however, you find out that your son’s other community college grades were lower than B’s, that could be a different story. If he struggled in community college classes, it might suggest to the Emmanuel admission officials that he isn’t adequately prepared for Emmanuel classes.
So I think your next step should be to determine exactly what grades he received at the community college (and in what classes) and then to ask your son to write to Emmanuel to explain what he thinks went wrong in the bio class.
As I explained above, if his community college classes turn out to be B’s except for the one D, he should be okay at Emmanuel.
Once you find out what the other community college classes were and what grades your son received in them, feel free to write back with this additional information … either here or via Private Message.