Clarify your goals, research transfer policies and financial aid, and connect with a coach to make transferring go more smoothly. by Meilee D. Bridges A four-year college is your gateway to more specialized coursework and broader opportunities for student life (e.g., athletics! service fraternities! special-interest organizations!). A bachelor’s degree is also crucial for leveling up your skill set and job prospects. But transferring from a community college to a four-year university can feel overwhelming, and many students experience anxiety as they consider transitioning from one school to the next. Fortunately, knowing some of the common obstacles can help you plan […]
Month: March 2022
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