Dual enrollment in City College and University w/ the schola

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Post by guest007 » Tue Jun 04, 2019 1:24 pm

I took community college humanities classes over the summer during my internship just to get ahead and I heard the classes were easier than the ones at my school. I paid for it on my own, they are pretty cheap, and just never told SMART. They should have seen the transfer credits on my transcript but never said anything and it was a year ago. By the time they figure it out it won't matter anyways.

Dual enrollment in City College and University w/ the schola

Post by mony196 » Sun May 26, 2019 7:20 pm

Has anyone ever had to recur to the community college to get classes that were unavailable at your university? How did you handle that situation with SMART if so?

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