Tag: transfers

The Best Transfer Essay Advice From Admission Insiders

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President, Wow Writing Workshop

Your transfer college application essay is just as important as it was the first time around. Learn how to write a winning essay with this expert advice. read more

What It's Like Transferring From Junior College to University

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CollegeXpress Student Writer, University of North Texas, Denton

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! read more

5 Things I Learned My Last Year at Community College

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CollegeXpress Student Writer

You learn a lot about life, higher education, and yourself at community college. Here are five lessons one student learned, with some extra advice for you! read more

The Ups and Downs of the Transfer Experience

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Editorial Assistant, Wintergreen Orchard House

Transferring colleges can feel like a roller coaster! Read on to learn about all the ups and downs from a former transfer student who experienced the ride firsthand. read more

3 Sneaky Ways College Students Accidentally Lose Credits...and Money

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Freelance Writer

These three admission and financial aid mistakes are easy to make. And common. And costly. read more

Transfers: Don't Be Afraid to Follow Your Own Path

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Student, California State University, Northridge

One student shares the fears she had as she transferred from a community college to a four-year university and why she's glad she followed her own academic path. read more

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

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Student, St. Thomas Aquinas College

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

A Tale of Two Transfer Students

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Finding the right college is always a combination of head and heart. Transfer students, like these two, know that better than most. read more

It's Never Too Late to Get Involved on Campus

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Kentucky Wesleyan College

Your classes are not the only avenue to explore new ideas and experiences, and whether you are a residential or commuter student, it's never too early or too late to get involved at your school. read more

What's the difference between a community college and a state school?

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Typically, a community college is nonresidential and supported locally, regionally, and/or by the state government. They offer two- and/or three-year programs and award associate degrees. read more