Hi everyone. I've heard back from 2 programs I applied to and both have rejected me for the program. My GPA is low so I understand that is one thing that kicked me out of the running. If I don't get accepted into any program I'm not sure what to do. I know I could always apply next year but that's a whole year I'm waiting to start a program. I go to an out of state college and after I graduate this summer I won't be able to afford to continue going there due to exhausting the allowed credit hours of financial aid. I'm going to have to go to the university in my home town. Anyway I had the idea of applying as a non-degree seeking student then trying to transfer my credits into a program within that university. The fall back on this is that I can only transfer 9 credit hours, so that's one semester, then I assume I'll have to go through the same application process as everyone else. That means the spring semester won't be able to transfer due to the transfer credit limit. I really did not want to spend another year trying to bring up my GPA with undergraduate courses. Does anyone else have advice on what to do if you're not accepted into a graduate program?