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    06-11-2012, 05:27 PM
Trina, find out the complete list of required courses at Findlay. Take as many as you can at community college, get an Associates Degree in something useful like Business or Accounting. Then transfer. You are FAR FAR more likely to be accepted as a junior with a degree than as a transfer student with some random credits. Many colleges auto accept juniors with degrees and if there's spots left THEN students with no degree get in. The education will also be a good backup or complementary skillset.
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    06-11-2012, 05:33 PM
DA, that's what I am still thinking of doing at OSU, taking the required classes that will also transfer to Findlay and also completing an associate. I may decide not to go to Findlay simply because of the cost. It's nearly $40,000 a year. If I go to OSU, I would still get a degree in the field I want to enter, so I could just go there without going to Findlay, or I could transfer to Findlay afterwards if I still want to. They have a Horse Science degree program that is designed for students wishing to transfer, either to the main campus or to a different school.
    06-11-2012, 08:00 PM
Well, I talked to the girl with the saddle and she said she'd come back down to $50 for it, so in a few weeks, after my open house, I'll be the owner of a new(to me) saddle :)

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