Tag: transfer tips

How to Make Transferring as Seamless as Possible

Content Strategist, Carnegie Dartlet

Making the decision to transfer colleges is tough, but deciding when to transfer is even tougher. Read on to find out when the right time to transfer is--and why. read more

5 Survival Tips for Your First Semester as a Transfer

Senior Assistant Editor, CollegeXpress

When you're a transfer student, sometimes it feels like you're the new kid all over again. That can be nerve-wracking, but these five tips can help make the switch more seamless and fun. read more

Top 10 Reasons to Study at a Community College

Education Blogger

From saving money to testing the waters to transferring with ease, there are many benefits to attending or starting out a community college. read more

12 Tips and Facts About Being a Transfer Student


Cool facts and tips about being a transfer student! read more

My Top Tips for Transferring

CollegeXpress Student Writer, University of Florida

Although transferring colleges can be tricky, it's definitely worth it, which Lynn knows from experience. These are her top tips for a smooth transfer process. read more

5 Things Every Transfer Student Should Do This Summer

English Tutor, TutorNerd

Whether transferring from a two- or four-year school, there are a few things you should do this summer to make sure your transfer experience is a positive one. read more

College Resources Transfers Need to Know About

Director of Transfer Admissions, Manhattan College

Transferring from one school to another does not have to be stressful. There are many resources available to all types of transfer applicants. read more

Inside My Transfer Experience: The Steps I Took to Succeed as a Transfer Student

Student, St. Thomas Aquinas College

Nicole Lynch learned a lot during her two transfers. And you can learn a lot from her. read more

The Transfer Transition and You

Community Manager, University of Southern California Rossier School of Education

Transferring? Here are five tips to make your transition more seamless and less painful. read more