I applied to Charter Oak in June. They wanted some old AP Scores that I had sent this semester, so they finally have those. Now they're asking if I want to change my major to the quickest path to finish a degree. I have no idea how many classes I would need for any degree or how many of my transfer credits they would accept. Since applying to Charter Oak, I've already started college elsewhere. I'm genuinely shocked at how long this has taken, though I'm partly at fault for not getting them AP scores from the start. I wish they would have started on my transfer credit review without an AP score report, but they wouldn't. I have found the COSC application and review process to be the longest and most frustrating process out of all the colleges I've applied to. I know college applications can take a long time, but for those that have followed my story, here's an update. If you're applying to Charter Oak, I would give yourself plenty of time for them to process your application. If you want to start next fall 2022, I would apply no later than April 2022, if not sooner. Maybe your application would be quicker, but give yourself enough time with COSC.