I have given my course registration card to the registrar office on jan 21 to get registered. I didnt check if they registered me or not. I thought they might have registered me and so i did not check my mail and in the email they mentioned i should contact ISO by mar 8th. now i am scared that i might be out of status. my gpa is under 3.0. i emailed them explaining my situation. what should i do now?
visit them in person.
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Personal Injury Lawyer
I agree with Mr. Segal. This is too I portent to just wait it out. Good luck..
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College administration can register you provided that you are in good standing with payment and class attendance. This could be a simple issue to solve. As wisely suggested, pay a visit to Registrar and more importantly inform your international student office. Best
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You won't know where you stand or your options unless you talk with the Registrar's Office. Monday would be a good day. Looking ahead, you cannot afford to assume anything. You've got to be proactive. Good luck.
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I agree with the others: head over to the registrar...
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