I have 2.3 GPA, what college is ok for me?
You can go to a state university of your native state. Also, community college is good to make you prepared for a more serious institution.
Previously to applying, call several colleges and talk to them about your chances.
You can specify some factors that justify your GPA (disability, financial hardship that made you work, etc.).
Many people think community colleges are good for such GPA. Having spent two years there, you will be prepared for a future job or another college. Attending a CC will help you to do your planning.
After that, you can either apply to a regular 4-year college and earn a degree or seek employment.
Attending a CC gives you more time to think, so consider this option.
If you have good SAT/ACT scores, it may make up for your low GPA.
Consider some small schools of your state.
Make sure the acceptance rate is high.
I advise that you attend a CC first.
Goucher College will suit you.
A community college will save your situation. You’ll improve your grades and then transfer to a better school.
Apply to the local community college and try to get good grades. After that, transfer to a university.
Really, get to a CC and then transfer to a normal school. Just don’t fail there.
Apply to a community college.