CheeseSandwich Posted June 19, 2014 Share Posted June 19, 2014 Ok. So heres my problem in a nut shell. I was doing a masters in architecture, I finished my thesis, maintained a 4.0 GPA and the whole nine yards. When I applied to graduate something went wrong, the paper work was lost or what ever. So I wasn't able to graduate. The college wanted me to re-enroll and take 3 credits so I could then get my degree and be done. Fine, they weren't backing down and I had no proof I applied to graduate so whats another 3 credits. Well, life got in the way and I basically had to take an emergency year off. I am just now applying to graduate. Well now they are saying that I need 14 credits. Part of which is because my transfer credits apparently no longer count (6 credits). They counted a year ago but apparently do not count now. Other classes apparently aren't counted. I have old emails and transcripts from my old advisor who no longer works there and in it she details I need 15 more credits(I took 20). So I'm not sure what to do. In winter of 2013, I had 129 credits. This summer I had 130 somehow. I mean, even taking into account only my thesis which was an 8 credit course, which I passed with flying colors, I have no idea where their credit count is coming from. I mean, the advisor there now is giving me the run around. He never returns emails or calls. I set up a meeting with him and he just canceled. I just want to take my last 3 credits and graduate. This is putting my whole life on hold and I can't get a proper answer from the college. I mean 14 credits is basically a whole semester. I'd remember skipping that many classes in the course. I'm just frustrated and want to know what I can do and a course of action. If any one has had similar problems, what did you do? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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