Transfers

Luzerne County CC and Wilkes: New Dual Admissions Program

Two schools in Luzerne County have come together to give students a better chance at higher education.

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Texas Needs Better College Transfer Plan (Opinion)

Easy access and low cost have made community colleges the destination of choice for the majority of students seeking a higher education in Texas.

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Opening Up a Path to Four-Year Degrees

At the end of his first year at the Community College of Philadelphia, Christopher Thomas decided that his goal — to go back to school and get a degree — was no longer worth it. He was in debt from thousands of dollars in student loans.

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Cooperation, Coordination Can Enhance Higher Education Programs in Georgia (Opinion)

Getting our state university system more closely working together with our technical college system would seem to be a win-win idea for our state and benefit many students who are seeking an education.

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Central Texas College Eases Path To 4-Year Degrees With Partnerships

Central Texas College has become more aggressive in building partnerships with four-year universities to provide its students with an easier path to higher education beyond the two-year degree.

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Confusing Transfer Rules Hamstring, Cost Texas College Students

Audra Page made a penny-wise decision to start her education at a community college before transferring to Texas State University, but her attempt to overcome an expensive higher education system ended up more frustrating than frugal.

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College Transfers On The Rise: More Students Attending More Than One Institution

When students enroll at Grand Valley State University, they’re more likely now than a decade ago to take a class or two at another institution – typically a community college – as they pursue their degree.

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Missouri Looks to Ease College Transfer Rules

Some higher education leaders in Missouri are seeking to make it easier for students to transfer to another school, reasoning that some college is better than none and that transfer students shouldn’t be penalized by being forced to take duplicative classes to get their degrees.

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U of Minnesota Plans To Accept Fewer Transfer Students

The University of Minnesota plans to accept fewer transfer students in coming years — a move that officials at two-year colleges say contradicts the state’s commitment to improve access to four-year degrees.

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