So I just received my rejection letter from SUNY. The only problem is that I'm in the joint-degree program between The College of New Jersey and SUNY. My GPA was well above the required GPA as were my OAT scores. I took the classes, I got the grades, I visited offices, I went to my interview, and I even asked Dr. Johnston if my application and classes looked alright. How could they have rejected me? I went into the program under the impression that they would accept me so long as I fulfilled their written requirements. I was committed to a biology degree and taking the classes according the the seven-year program planner for three years... why would they do this to me? If anything, they should not have led me on all this time and given me an interview that I drove three hours to attend if they were thinking about rejecting me on account of my application (the letter stated that the school would reconsider me if I strengthened my application). At first I was depressed, but now I'm just furious.