Perhaps I'm typing here cause I feel like I'm lost on this one but I am currently failing my math class this spring semester at my California community college. I've applied to all if the UC schools and USC to transfer over this fall and am beginning to slowly get acceptance letters in the mail. Per transferring agreements between CCCs (California community colleges) and UCs you need to have completed your IGETC, a list of classes before you transfer...which make up about 60 units. I've completed everything I need to to transfer, with the exception of my math class. The class I'm currently taking this last semester and if which am failing. This class ditates whether I transfer and move out to live the dorm life away from home...or if I fail am subjected to living at home for another year which I cannot bare as I'm crashing in the living room couch and am living in horrible conditions. I'm an anthropology major, not truly a subject in correlation with math (unless I was specifying in biological Anthro). Surely there must be a way to help me resolve this situation. I can only assume and hope that speaking with an academic advisor or counselor at my ccc can help me out somehow as this is truly freaking me out. After all, vie competed everything I needed not only for my major at this ccc, but also all the core classes here, would they really make me stay another year for a mere math class that us irrelevant towards my major and force me to take frivolous elective classes for a full year? I can't do it, I won't. Iono, perhaps I wrote this here cause I'm truly freaking out but hopefully at least one response here on the forum can help me out.