#1
So tuesday, Jan 6th was the deadline for signing up.
(but school doesn't start til i believe the 20th.)

But I just got my FAFSA stuff and I did get some funding so now I can go Financially!

I'm going up to talk to the school monday the 12th.

I really want to go.

Has anyone else done this before?

Did they let you in?
(its a community college)


-I know this is probly a case by case basis, but I want to know if anyone else was in the same situation and they let you in AFTER the deadline for signing up.


Heck why wouldn't they take the extra $1000 from me???


Thanks
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Last edited by ILoveGuitar07 at Jan 10, 2009,
#2
What? So the let you in or what?


I don't get what you're on about
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#3
Don't ask the pit

Go ask for help in your school or find some local authority to help!
Act now you imbecile!


jk

Hopefully it will work
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Last edited by rcazzy at Jan 10, 2009,
#4
Quote by CTFOD
What? So the let you in or what?


I don't get what you're on about


I dont know if they will let me in.

I'm going up to the school on monday to talk to them.

I was just wondering if anyone else has signed up late and they let them still sign up and go.

Or are most colleges strict and are like........NO you cant go now, you missed it!!!
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#5
Hmm. I know some colleges have a late fee for applications. Maybe that one is the same way.
#6
Quote by rcazzy
Don't ask the pit

Go ask for help in your school or find some local authority to help!
Act now you imbecile!


jk

Hopefully it will work


I can't go til monday..(the college is closed now)...so I thought I might try and find out what are my odds of getting in late.

Thanks man, I appreciate it, I really hope it works out good too.
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#7
Most community colleges are more flexible on stuff like this. But I doubt there's many classes that aren't full.
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#8
Quote by civildp1
Most community colleges are more flexible on stuff like this. But I doubt there's many classes that aren't full.



yeah thats true.

I hope their are some openings in the classes I need.

Thats the kind of info I wanted.
Its good to kno they are usually flexible.
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