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Our Best Advice for the Transfer Admission Process

We've gathered our best advice for the entire transfer process, from making the initial decision to adapting to your new college and everything in between.


What It's Like Transferring From Junior College to University

Going from community college to a four-year university is a big step, and you may be a bit unsure about the experience. Read on for a look at how it all happens!

CollegeXpress Student Writer, University of North Texas, Denton

What Are College Articulation Agreements All About?

Read this guide to learn what articulation agreements between colleges are all about and what organizations can help you make your transfer easier!

Director of Transfer Admissions, Adelphi University

What's Your Plan? How to Finish Your Degree as a Transfer

Your college experience is what you make of it, whether you make it at one school or two, in four years or more. Use this information to create a plan and stick to it!

Coordinator for Transfer Enrollment, University of New Haven

4 Steps You Can Take to Succeed as a Transfer Student

This transfer student went from a community college to two four-year institutions. So wherever you're transferring from, you can learn a lot from her.

Transfer Student, St. Thomas Aquinas College

You and Your Transfer Counselors

Worried about the transfer process? Don't be. You've had someone in your corner all along: your transfer counselor.

Associate Director of Admissions, Transfer Coordinator, Springfield College

How to Know Whether You Need to Transfer to a Different College

Making the decision to transfer schools is huge. So how do you know it's the right choice? Here's what to consider about your school that could warrant leaving.

Former Contributor, CollegeXpress

Acclimating to Your New Campus

A major contributor to college success is identifying with the school and wanting to be there. If you're thinking about making a change, know that you're not the only one!