University Admission Pro Tip:
If you get a rejection letter from a university, don’t just assume that it means you can’t get in. Contact the advisor for your admission status (freshman/transfer/graduate) and ask for details on your rejection, and have them tell you what you can do to improve your chances.
I had my transfer admission rejected last week because I didn’t have higher level calculus courses that university wanted, so I arranged to be placed into a program with lower math requirements, on the grounds that I would take my prerequisites in that program, and then move into the program I originally applied for in the next semester once they were satisfied.
Just because you’re rejected for a specific degree program doesn’t mean you can’t get into the school! You’re only evaluated for the program you select on your admission form when you apply, so sometimes you just need to talk to people and move a few things around.
I’ve been to four different universities yo. The people who run these are not gods they’re just people like us and you can usually rearrange things with staff to make your goals work, you just need to know who to talk to.
(you can also ask about scholarships after you get in, there’s usually someone who handles that who will try to help you find some extra money for your tuition)
Now go forth and get ALL THE DEGREES