Tag: how to transfer

Avoiding the 7-Year Plan: How to Stay on Track in Community College

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English Tutor, TutorNerds

Lots of community college students find themselves enrolled way longer than anticipated: the dreaded "seven-year plan." read more

You and Your Transfer Counselors

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Associate Director of Admissions, Transfer Coordinator, Springfield College

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

Are You Ready to Transfer? Planning for Your Future

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Assistant Director of Admissions, Seattle University

Students enroll in community colleges for a variety of reasons, including with the intent to transfer to a four-year college. If that's you, it's important to explore the resources available as you consider transferring to a new school. read more

Second Time Around: The Transfer Admission Process

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Dean of Admission, Gonzaga University

Any college student who transfers from one institution to another has a story. Here, one university insider explains how to translate that story in your transfer application. read more

Should I Transfer?

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Senior Assistant Editor, Carnegie Communications

Students who know they'll be transferring from their two-year or four-year school into another college or university can go into the process feeling secure in their decision. But what if you're on the fence? read more

How to Write a Transfer Essay That Works

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Director of Undergraduate Enrollment Marketing, Sacred Heart University

Before sitting down to write your transfer college application essay, use this one simple question as a guideline to your future: why are you applying to this particular college? read more

Should I go to a two-year or a four-year school?

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The answer to this question largely depends on your goals and circumstances. Two-year schools come in two types or dimensions: vocational and academic. read more

How do I transfer from one college to another as an international student?

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The common reasons for transferring from one university to another fall into two categories: unintentional and intentional. read more

I'm not happy with my college choice; what should I do?

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That happens to a lot of people. You can look to transfer to another university. Talk to friends, family, and college advisors to learn what other colleges have to offer. read more

If I'm admitted, how will I know what courses to take and when to register?

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Once you're admitted, and have provided final official transcripts of all your previous college work, you'll receive notification of your transfer evaluation along with guidelines on what courses are needed to complete your final years of study. read more