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Transfer to Four-Year Colleges

Many students enroll in community colleges with the goal of transferring to a four-year college. We examine the factors that help or hinder students striving toward this goal and identify college and state policies that facilitate transfer.


Latest Publications

MAY 2017
Is It Really Cheaper to Start at a Community College? The Consequences of Inefficient Transfer for Community College Students Seeking Bachelor’s Degrees
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MAY 2017
Strengthening Transfer Paths to a Bachelor’s Degree: Identifying Effective Two-Year to Four-Year College Partnerships
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JANUARY 2017
Policy Levers to Strengthen Community College Transfer Student Success in Texas
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MAY 2016
The Transfer Playbook: Essential Practices for Two- and Four-Year Colleges
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APRIL 2016
How and Why Does Two-Year College Entry Influence Baccalaureate Aspirants’ Academic and Labor Market Outcomes? (A CAPSEE Working Paper)
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JANUARY 2016
Tracking Transfer: New Measures of Institutional and State Effectiveness in Helping Community College Students Attain Bachelor’s Degrees
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OCTOBER 2015
Should Community College Students Earn an Associate Degree Before Transferring to a Four-Year Institution?
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JANUARY 2015
What We Know About Transfer
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