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Depression, college transfers, and how do I fix this?
Well, here's my first H/A thread in a while. I guess I'll get right into it.
I've been diagnosed with major depressive disorder for a few months now. I decided to go to a community college for the fall semester in order to get myself back on my feet, so to speak. I was doing fantastic until I had a really bad car accident that sent me into a depressed funk for the last month of the semester, going from having an A in every course to failing everything.
Here's where it gets tricky. I applied for transfer to two other schools during the course of this semester. One school was a generally well regarded state school, and the other is New York University. I got in to both of them, just recently receiving my letters of admission. Regardless of which school I choose, I feel that both of them will be wanting to look at my final semester transcript from the community college that I was at.
So here's my question, H/A. Who do I contact from the community college in order to get this semester voided? How do I get either of the new schools to accept me knowing that I have a voided semester, when the midterm grade reports I sent them had all As? Am I screwed? Help?