I got a letter from the counciler this morning, and, well, I'll just let you read it.
Terry, you may want to talk to her about the realities of starting a new major at this point in her academic career. She has 143 attempted hours and I don't know how she's planning to pay for this, but financial aid will cut her off at 145 hours. At 170 hours she will be hit with the Surcharge (have to pay out-of-state tuition). She hasn't even got an associates degree based on what is posted to her transcript and absolutely NOTHING toward and English Teaching major (which is 52 credits). She would also have to have a teaching minor and unfortunately USU doesn't offer a Music Teaching minor so that is a minimum of 18 more credits if she chooses the shortest possible minor. Then she will need to do the certification classes which are another 35 credits. (Total so far = 105 credits!) Again, this doesn't even take in to account the missing math class that she needs and the CI's, QI, DSS, and DSC, that is if we can squeak by with 2 credit breadth classes in some of the areas. (The