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May. 3rd, 2009 @ 07:31 am (no subject)
I posted this in collegehelp a few days ago, but I still feel iffy.

I go to USF (University of South FL) St. Petersburg, because I applied too late to the Tampa campus and got waitlisted. I didn't really get college yet, so I didn't realize that a degree from the branch campus might not hold the same weight as one from the main branch. So should I change my campus when I can? And will this still affect getting into grad school (like my transcript saying which courses were at St. Pete, and which in Tampa)?

USF St Petersburg was potentially losing its accreditation, even, so I'm scared that now the year of courses I've taken there won't mean anything. The courses and everything are titled/numbered the same as in Tampa so maybe my transcripts won't have a distinction? Because I'd really love to still have some courses in St. Pete.

Thanks!
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From:paper_crystals
Date:May 4th, 2009 02:50 pm (UTC)
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If you think your campus might loose accreditation I would leave ASAP. If your campus does loose accretitation it will make it harder to transfer later.