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Improving Student Transfer from Community Colleges to Four-Year Institutions

From the College Board

Twenty-one higher education leaders were interviewed at 12 four-year institutions that are known for their commitment to transfer students; these leaders possess expertise in one or more facets of institutional administration, including outreach and recruitment, admission and enrollment, financial aid, and student and academic affairs. (The names, titles, and affiliations of these individuals are presented in Appendix 1.) These leaders were sent in advance a list of questions to be addressed during the interview. The questions focused on their work with transfer students in a variety of areas, including recruitment, enrollment planning, financial aid, and student and academic affairs. All interviews were taped and transcribed. This report reflects only a small portion of the entire set of conversations.

Continued at: http://advocacy.collegeboard.org/sites/default/files/11b3193transpartweb110712.pdf

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