Appeal to overload on credit failed

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In summary, the person has been unable to overload on course credits for the semester despite appealing to the administration and having support from three professors in the math department. This has caused frustration and the possibility of not being able to complete a second major in math. They are unsure if they should escalate the situation to a higher authority. The other person suggests trying to get written approval from the professors and making another appeal. They also urge the person to try since the alternative is not being able to complete the math major at all.
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So yeah, it's two weeks into the semester and my repeated appeals to the adminstration to allow me to overload on course credits this semester failed. Now I have to drop my Linear Algebra II course.

It's so goddamned frustrating when not a single explanation was given. Moreover, I had the support or approval of 3 professors from the maths department.

Any reasonable chance of me completing a second major in math is now gone. I don't know whether to "go straight to the top" to fight my case.
 
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It honestly sounds like you have nothing to lose. Maybe you can get the approval from your professors in writing and build another appeal, as you said, "straight to the top". If the alternative is not being able to complete your Math major at all, I'd say you owe it to yourself to try.

Best of luck.
 

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