Rejected from YORKU as transfer student?
I have a long academic history, and will try my best to explain it.
I was accepted to UofT in 2013 and was majoring in Political Science. However, in my second year, I was expelled due to a terrible plagiarism mistake. I applied to Ryerson, and thankfully was admitted. However, I switched to Criminology as my program and all the courses i took were to satisfy the Crim degree requirements. However, my GPA fell below a 2.67 and they kicked me out of the program--back into Poli Sci. I have absolutely NO courses that can count towards the Poli Sci degree and I may have to spend an additional four years just to complete the degree. My program advisor suggested I apply elsewhere in hopes that they would accept my Crim credits and speed up graduation a bit.
However, I just received news that York rejected my application. I applied as a transfer students and I do no not meet their criteria.
What am I supposed to do now? Should I re-apply as a mature student? Should I flee the country? Does anyone have any advice?