(slang) - To be stuck at a university because your grades are too low for any desirable school to want to take you as a transfer student. Not to be confused with flunking out, since you are still at the school. However, many students who flunk in eventually flunk out, and most students who have flunked out flunked in first.
With a 1.75 GPA and not liking the environment he was in, Louis applied to a few other schools he wanted to transfer to. Since he was rejected from all of them, it's a safe bet he's flunked in.
by Nick Weiner March 18, 2009