Know where you are wanting to transfer if you are intending to get your AA and then major in a degree that is not offered. Go to that schools advising office and ask them to compare the classes they offer and the classes FC offers to the list of classes you have to take for your major and ask which courses transfer. Make sure you have all the information when you turn around and go to the advisors at FC so they can just plug it into the computer. This way you have all the answers and there shouldnt be any surprises when the time comes for you to transfer.
In order to get in, I had to submit my ACT score and acquire two reputable recommendations from a spiritual reference and a character reference. There were several other things involved in the application process - but they Admissions team really helped me out to the last minute. It was easy with their help.
I recommend that students take the time to talk with their admissions counselors weekly to see what they're missing in their file. I was down to the last weeks before turning in all of my stuff because I didn't communicate with my counselor often. It's a big deal.
anyone who wants can come-just apply. I had high-honors all through high school, but I'm quiet sure most of the people here didn't. If you want to get in, then most likely your relatives have all attended and they'll let you in because they like your money even if you don't care about academics
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