I finally got my chance to see a counselor, but the only appointments they had available were early in the morning, so I wound up having to hang around campus all afternoon till my classes started. The reason I wanted to see a counselor was so I could get a better idea of where I'm at, and where I have to go to get where I want to be.
Well, the good news is now I know, but the bad news is I'm slightly discouraged. I'm mainly discouraged because it looks like I'm going to have to take a butt load of math classes to get up to the required University level. The thing is I hate math. I can't do math. My math skills are extremely rudimentary. Anything beyond adding, subtracting, and simple division is alien to me. I just don't work well with numbers. I'd rather walk through a pit of alligators, cobras, scorpions then take a math class. This is going to slow down the whole process immensely. Most likely, it will now take me an extra year to get my AA degree, and allow me to transfer to a CSU school. I think I'll probably end up having to get a tutor or something.
It wasn't all bad though, I did decide on my major today ... Liberal Arts/Studies. And I also found out what classes I need to take to get into an elementary teaching program at a CSU school. It's just the foking math thing that's got me down..