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talk to your counselor or advisor
- Investigate the policies of four-year schools you’d like to attend. Check your community college’s accreditation and potential universities’ transfer policies.
- Consult with your advisor and a career counselor at your community college for recommendations and guidance on the transfer process.
- Enroll in courses at your community college that are likely to transfer for credit, such as English composition, lab sciences, and non-remedial math classes.
- Narrow your interests to one field and take related courses to demonstrate focus to prospective universities.
- Maintain high grades to facilitate transfer to your university of choice, with some state schools offering guaranteed admission to students with high GPAs from certain community colleges.
- Contact the admissions offices of the schools you are considering to gather information and understand the specific requirements for consideration.
- Explore options for loans, grants, and scholarships by consulting with the financial aid offices at the colleges you are considering and conducting online research.
- Apply for your transfer once you have accumulated enough credits, ensuring to meet all admission requirements and deadlines, including submitting necessary documents and recommendations.
so units or credits will transfer✅
meet application deadlines