Can you take two college courses at once?
Students can opt to simultaneously take classes at a community college and a four-year university. In some cases students also take classes at two four-year universities. Still, after you do your homework on this approach, there are a number of very good reasons to consider attending two colleges at the same time.
Can I decline an offer after accepting it?
Once you turn down a job you previously accepted, there is no going back. Therefore, think carefully about the pros and cons of rejecting the job. Read your contract. If you have already signed an employment contract, read through it carefully to make sure there will be no legal repercussions to rejecting the job.
Is 15 units a lot?
15 units a semester would probably be ideal, but more than likely they fall close 12 units due to the average student taking more than 4 years to graduate.
Do I have to tell a college I went to another college?
Colleges and universities almost always ask for any transcripts from courses taken beyond high school, whether they are from another college or a community college. Depending on how long ago you went to the state school it may not be required, but usually it still is no matter how long ago it was.
How do I decline an accepted offer after accepting it?
Here’s our advice for how to decline a college acceptance:
- Say “yes!” to your chosen school.
- Be courteous when you decline. In turn, write a note to the admissions representative(s) at the college(s) you are declining.
- Don’t burn bridges.
Is taking 16 units too much?
16 credits/units is certainly doable, but you need to go into college/university with the mindset that it is certainly a step up from high school in that you will be expected to put out quality work on a regular basis to maintain an acceptable grade for each class you take.
Can I accept a college offer and then reject?
Of course you can. You can choose not to attend a university any time from the day you get admitted to the day you graduate. Usually when you accept a university’s offer of admission, you must include a deposit towards tuition. If you later decide not to enroll, you will likely lose the deposit.