Hey everyone. I've been looking for a group online to talk to about my feelings. I stumbled across this forum, and I'm gonna give it a try. Anywho, here's a little background of my life right now: I am going to be a junior at the University of Wisconsin - Madison. My hopes are to be in business of some kind. I'd like to go for Retail Management. However, there is a competitive application to get into the program that I want, and I'm getting to be a junior already. I've spent the past two years getting gen-eds that are a prerequisite to Retailing, but my GPA wasn't up to what I wanted to go in the program with. I had a tough first year. I wasn't focused. Right now, the program's average accepted applicant gets a 3.0 GPA. I worked very hard to get from a 2.6 to where I'm at now, which is a 3.119 GPA. I've worked in retail ever since I was a sophomore in high school, so I have plenty of experience. I also am in a club on campus called Phi Beta Lambda. I also am a student supervisor at a dining facility. If I don't get accepted, I won't know what to do with my college career. I talked to an adviser, and she said there is very limited enrollment in the major. I don't know if anyone can help me, but I just feel like I needed to talk to someone about it. I've had a lot of anxiety over the whole thing -- I don't want to quit college, but if I can't get into what I want, what's the point of continuing?