I've flunked out (Expelled for very horrible grades) of a 4-year college in 2017 but I want to come back. I am a Sophomore, where can I go?
to get my Bachelor's Degree?
- ibu guruLv 72 months ago
If you flunked out, you might not have the capacity to deal with more advanced academic requirements to get into higher-level courses, earn a bachelor's. Or did you totally goof off, and are now ready to seriously get to work? If you flunked out, it is highly unlikely you can get accepted to any other 4-yr university. You need to go to community college, complete an associate's degree with excellent grades, to have any real chance of getting into another 4-yr school & graduating.
You really need to consider you true abilities, talents, interests, etc, and consider vocational/occupational training/certification programs at community college.
- DON WLv 72 months ago
It is doubtful that the 4-year college will accept you back. Also, if you had "very horrible grades", it sounds like you failed most of your classes, or got a bunch of Ds. Grades like those won't transfer to a new school.
Your best bet is to look at the 2-year community colleges near where you live. They will likely accept you as a new student. You'll have a chance to start fresh. If you did earn any reasonable grades at the 4-year college, they might accept them.
If things are truly different now, and you apply yourself, you can earn an Associates degree from the community college and then apply to a 4-year college for your Bachelor's degree.
- dripLv 72 months ago
Get a meeting with your community college admissions office. I would talk it over with them. Starting there and rebuild your GPA would be a good place to start.
- Anonymous2 months ago
I think you should consider Community College.