My local CSU (cal Poly SLO) has a open university option where I can take classes there assuming there is room after all the students apply. I am not sure if I intend to major in Math or physics yet. Possibly both, but it is extremely hard to do so at Cal Poly SLO, though they only have undergrad physics and then a undergrad and masters in Math. If I were to do physics I would probably focus on something I can be out side (like geophysics) or something very mathematical. Then with Math, I would want to do pure (you could say I am all over the place) Cal Poly is in the quarter system so it will be weird planning schedules. Also, it cost 5x as much a credit there so if I do take courses I want to limit it. I am currently in Trig so I would want to start taking my calculus there next fall and take all the courses for the first 2 years of math and physics there. Or I can take my physics there starting next spring (there winter quarter I think) and I would then get a better physics education and maybe I could even get a professor to allow me to do research? Sorry this is all disorganized and if my question is not going through. It is just I found out I will be going to a community college for 3 years and it would be cool to do some of the classes at the local university. I would be taking at least 12 at the community college a semester (I get up to 12 free plus a 200$ book voucher) and I would want to do one class at the university. Unless you guys think this is a waste of time and money since the point of community college is to save money.