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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

FEBRUARY 2018
Using Data Mining to Explore Why Community College Transfer Students Earn Bachelor’s Degrees With Excess Credits
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DECEMBER 2017
Tackling Transfer: A Guide to Convening Community Colleges and Universities to Improve Transfer Student Outcomes
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DECEMBER 2017
How to Measure Community College Effectiveness in Serving Transfer Students
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OCTOBER 2017
Takes Two to Tango: Essential Practices of Highly Effective Transfer Partnerships
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OCTOBER 2017
Building Transfer Student Success at Macomb Community College: A Report on Transfer and Degree Completion
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JULY 2017
Understanding American Honors: Student Selection, Key Program Components, and Stakeholder Impressions
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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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