Posted by B2chica on November 15, 2006, at 10:27:31
In reply to Re: How much can the correct medication help?, posted by jealibeanz on November 14, 2006, at 20:32:02
sorry to hear it's such a strict program. but i think that's even more of a reason to speak with a 'higher-up' person. you can't tell me that a certified program doesn't have assistance for persons with disabilities, or medical emergencies. that's not allowable if it is a legit program. they can't just tell you that if you don't continue on you can never graduate. there must be provisions (federal guidelines). they may not be the best, or even ones that would work for you...but they MUST be implemented.
so sorry for your situation. please talk with someone, at least you won't be sitting on your thumbs anxiety rittled about what to do. youwill be doing something, then it's in their hands.
be gentle with yourself.
> That's definitely the best option, unfortunately, it doesn't work that way. I'm in a specialized program with a class of 30. We enter together, take all the same classes, and graduate together. I can't stop and start as I please. Next year's classes are for next year's class. There's no room for movement or error. I wouldn't be allowed to defer and they would not accept me in another class. I know this as I had asked months ago for another reason. Also, credits for my major don't transfer to other schools. It's a universal concept. You must complete the program at your school, and it's typically about 12 months of nonstop grad classes at 18 credits a semester. I'd have little chance of being accepted at any other school for this major because they'd know I dropped midway from another.