I am writing this letter to address the denial admission into Saint Leo University. My goal in writing this is to have this decision overturned so I can enter your fine institution and complete my higher education. As noted in my denial letter my cumulative GPA from prior education was less than a 2.0 average, for which there is no excuse that could ever be made. Poor performance in a collegiate environment is something that is completely unacceptable, and I would like to show you how I plan to remedy this situation and complete my scholastic goals at the highest level.
When I was a fresh young 18-year-old leaving high school, I decided to enroll in the local community college to start my education. I made this decision even though I had a scholarship offer to play in the band at Troy State University. I wanted to stay in my local area and still hang around with my friends who had decided that college was not for them. This was most definitely an error on my part. Instead of giving all of my efforts into school and...
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