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fudo_shin 's back to college list

Please no advice.  Positive feedback is welcome.
Action items:
  •  read two essays related to AILD
  • implement those papers in my paper.
  • return my professor's book.
  • revise my paper to explore the points he mentioned.
  • add material from the Dewey Dell Section
  • I need to email him.
  • I need to write the Dept of Rehab an email telling them my intention to continue
  • Submit my second paper as a sample to the Dept. of Rehab
  • I need to read The Last Generation and take notes.
  • write a paper about the antagony of race and homosexual relations
  • read the contrasting Blake poems and write about them
  • submit my papers to the department and email both of my teachers, letting them know that I wish to make up the work
  • schedule and appointment and meet with the department to discuss a study plan.
  • contact Norte and ask them if I am allowed to stay here next year.
  • submit my transcripts to the Dept of Rehab
  • register at CSU via late enrollment form
  • figure out if I'm actually accepted to the Department at CSU
  • find a place to live either in LB or Irvine, depending on where I will attend school
  • get a full-time job to save up expenses to move
  • get accomodations at the CSU: 150% time on tests and quizzes, Recording for the Blind &Dyslexic, Note-takers

Back to college

Hi fudo_shin,

Sounds like a lot to do -- great that you are planning ahead.  Best of luck with everything!