David Hogg Complains Colleges Are Still Rejecting Him Despite ‘Changing the World’

Parkland survivor and prominent activist David Hogg told TMZ that he has been rejected by multiple colleges despite being one of the founders of the “Never Again” movement and leaders for the March for Our Lives.

“It’s not been too great for me and some of the other members of the movement, like Ryan Deitsch,” Hogg said. “We got rejected from UCLA … and UCSD, so it’s been kind of annoying having to deal with that and everything else that’s been going on.

“You know, we’re changing the world,” he added. “Right now, it’s too hard to focus on that.”

Hogg has a 4.2 GPA and an SAT score of 1270.

The high school senior said he is not surprised that he has not gotten into a college because other “amazing people don’t get into college.”

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Hogg has tweeted in the past about being rejected from schools:

For the time being, Hogg says he does not know where he will end up attending, but he has been accepted into Florida Atlantic University and a few others.

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