Gail (gailmarie) wrote,

I registered for some of my classes last week. And a some-what cool thing about UCF is that I was able to enroll for both Fall and Spring classes right now (only one appointment with my academic adviser? YES, please!)

I thought this was the case for everyone, here at good ol' Central Florida.

However, it turns out that qualify for multi-term registration, you need to have a 3.5 GPA. I have a 3.6, so yay. I qualify.

All week I have heard bitching from people who don't qualify for it, and most of them say it should be "anyone with a 3.0 GPA," which makes sense to me. I mean...I'd be pissed if I had a 3.4 or 3.3, just barely missing the cusp (depending on my classes this semester, I may be in that boat later).

Today, however, I overheard two girls saying that it should be 2.0 or higher. Really? 2.0? We're rewarding the C-average student? That, I feel, is excessive.

Eh, it doesn't really matter to me...I have 8 classes lined up (4 for Fall, 4 for Spring) and I'll add some more later, depending on my meeting with my advisor.

And class. Mmm...Italian Renaissance Art. We're on Leonardo!!
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