Well I figured I might come to the ol' circle o' elders for some help with this one. My plan was to stay at this American college in Athens, Greece for two years, and then transfer to a place in New York City for my two remaining years. I planned on Hunter College (part of City University of New York, CUNY) which is located in Manhattan. Now my poblem is this... I finished my first year of college with 33 credits, and the admissions counselor of CUNY told me over the phone that the college usually accepts about 30 credits from transferring students. Thing is, I found this out a few days after I had started my fall semester classes. If I carry on like I did last year, then I'll have something like 60 credits by the end of this year, and it seems I could lose half in the transfer process. I had the option of dropping out immediately and just not continuing college here, but since I had already started and since I was enjoying myself, I for... "forwent" that one? Now I figure my options are thus: 1) I could try and make it over to NY at some point to talk with them and maybe they could be lenient about my credits.... I don't know. 2) I could search for another college or university which doesn't have a 30-credit policy and attend that one. But do you guys know if all colleges have it the same? 3) I could remain in Greece for the full four years and postpone my hope for a music career until after college. The reason I wanted to transfer out of here was to take some music performance classes (of which there are none here). At the moment I'm pursuing philosophy, but it's pretty limited. I already know that Hunter college has a much greater variety for both music and philosophy. Well just incase some of you guys are bored enough to dabble with my dilemma, maybe you could give it some thought and give me some ideas. Any questions on the matter, just ask me.... If I don't get any replies it's aight.