Friday, April 18, 2014
alifeveryordinary:

sister and me reppin.

alifeveryordinary:

sister and me reppin.

queen-under-mountain:

Perks of going to college in the woods.

queen-under-mountain:

Perks of going to college in the woods.

Thursday, April 17, 2014
ucresearch:

While walking around the Prelinger Archive in San Francisco, we did and did not find this cat…

ucresearch:

While walking around the Prelinger Archive in San Francisco, we did and did not find this cat…

whisped:

The Amphitheater by lauren fowler on Flickr.

taylorthasailor:

hey so all you guys who just got accepted to UCSC who laugh at how it’s the “worst UC”, yeah fuck u just come and visit here before you make an ignorant statement. you’ll find that it’s MAGICAL

bungh0les asked: SIR is 100$ but is waived if your application fee is waived :)

oo thanks! :)

Anonymous asked: Will they cancel my admissions offer if I drop a class?

Q: Do you count all courses that I’m enrolled in?

A: We count any course that falls under the ‘a-g’ subject areas (college-prep courses), including any college courses in which you have enrolled. Since we are a selective campus, exceeding the minimum course requirements is something we consider when making our admissions decisions.

Q: I’ve dropped a class. Will I be canceled?

A: If a student changes their courses from what was listed on the application, they are required to notify the Office of Admissions in writing at admissions@ucsc.edu. It is impossible to say what the result would be from a dropped class in the senior year because each student’s record is unique, so the results can differ among students.

source: http://admissions.ucsc.edu/apply/conditions-faq.html

Anonymous asked: Do you happen to know how much the SIR deposit is?

i want to say that there isn’t an SIR deposit, but there are fees that are due upon submitting. What those fees are… I don’t remember (it’s been a long while).

Anyone have an idea?

Anonymous asked: What can solidify a cancellation of admission? I've been accepted to ucsc but got caught in a party where other people were drinking and the campus cop got my ID but I was let go with my friends. Why happens from there?

one of the things off the top of my head is: failing a class.

since you’re not officially a student, I don’t think you getting caught at a party will cancel your admission.

i’ll look into this more & create a post. does anyone else know?

Friday, March 28, 2014

youremygirljennay asked: For the anon majoring in Legal Studies, Merrill is the college where the legal studies department is located, but just about any college is great for that major.