Okay, the thread topic is badly worded, but here goes: I am currently going to community college as a CS major. I am graduating in December, and am looking at 4-year schools to transfer to. There's a school I went to a decade ago for a year (2002-2003). At that time I had no idea what I wanted to do, and am new to the whole college thing, so I made some mistakes -- I didn't do very well, to say the last. Majored in Business (yeah... ), took some stupid acting class that I got a C in, and also got a C in Algebra for Management (very embarrassing, that). I also have two W's on the record (I fell into depression my last quarter there, and decided I will be transferring out, so I withdrew from those two classes). My GPA was about 3.3 or so IIRC. My current GPA at the community college is stellar, my transcript is full of honors that and this, and mathematics is no longer a problem. Now my question is... should I return? Or should I look elsewhere so I can start with a clean record? I have some pretty strong reasons for returning, so it's not as easy as you might think. Thoughts?