Well, I graduated with high honors from Delaware County Community College, officially on August 31, 2013. Since then, I've been applying to four year schools. I did not get into the University of Pennsylvania despite my 3.79 GPA. That was a huge disappointment to me. I got into Drexel, but even if I borrowed $9,500 a year I would still be about $10,000 a year short of their tuition. So, I can't go there. I applied to Bryn Mawr College for their spring semester, but because of my age, I am only allowed to apply for a fall admission. So they're rolling over my application for the fall. I applied and got into West Chester University. Their tuition is so inexpensive that it will be covered by federal and state grants. I will have to borrow $500 for books, though. So, my plan is to go to West Chester this spring, and then hopefully transfer to Bryn Mawr in the fall. But if I don't get into Bryn Mawr, then I'll have already started at West Chester. West Chester is not my favorite choice. You only need a 2.0 GPA to get in and while the low tuition is good for me, it also means they aren't hiring the best teachers, and they have larger classrooms.