Friday, May 6, 2011

Rejected

I know I have been posting a ton lately. But I had to write rant about this. I applied to two different schools to finish my undergrad at. 1. Cal State Fullerton & 2. Cal State San Marcos.

WELLLL, while checking my student account for Fullerton, my status said my application has been withdrawn. I call the Admissions office and they said they never received my transcripts. Which I am POSITIVE I overnighted in February. The lady said I could appeal if I had proof that I sent the transcripts. Well, as I search my email for the receipt. It is NOWHERE TO BE FOUND! This means one of two things, one, that I didn't send them or two, the receipt is lost. I am going to call the transcript company to settle this case but I am starting to believe I am dreaming of things and actually did not send my transcripts over.

But, no biggie I thought, I still have San Marcos which I have a pretty good chance of getting into. WELLLL, I freaking got my rejection letter today in the mail. I guess I wasn't really rejected, I was weight-listed, which should basically say I am rejected.

So I am sitting here, veryy sad, but trying not to cry. Not to be strong, but just because I really like my makeup today and I don't want to jack it up. School is starting to make me feel so discouraged. I feel like I am never going to get my Bachelors degree.

I kind of feel like just stopping but I really hope to get a masters degree in Child Development and I definitely cannot do that if I quit. I am not a quitter, but sometimes you've just got to...

I don't know. My brain/ heart is so sad and lost.


7 comments:

Lauren said...

I completely understand about never being finished. I am in the same boat currently, trying to get things fixed so I can return to my old college. Its stressful. Hang in there!

Gris said...

Keep your head up girl. I hope you get your Bachelors. I know how it feels. I have been through that, and I guess you can call me a quitter, I just did my associates, and I never went back to school, because of being rejected. I don't regret it. I love my job.

Samantha Mizzi said...

I definitely know the feeling. It took me 6 years to complete my 3 year undergrad degree. So frustrating. But finally finishing felt great and finishing it at an older age made me appreciate it so much more. Keep believing that you can do it. Don't let anything get in your way if you want it!

Jhan said...

I'm really sorry this has happened. Don't be discouraged though. Sometimes, it takes a while to reach a goal but the process is part of getting there, you know? Everything will work out in the end. :-)

Justin said...

Woah woah woah.
First of all, being wait-listed does not mean you aren't accepted. A lot of wait-listers are accepted. If they didn't want you at all, they would have just said, "no".

Even if things don't work out exactly how you thought they would, that doesn't mean you should stop pursuing what you want. Things will be fine.

Kelsey said...

don't quit! it all works out in the end :) but it is really discouraging i'm sure. you can do it and its so worth it. thank you for your lovely comment on my blog! newest follower, hope we can be friends! xoxo

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Anonymous said...

Weight-listed? Hopefully you checked your spelling on your application. That might have been your problem.