Building successful transfer student pathways

Automated articulation and early advisement critical for growing transfer enrollment

Faced with a shrinking traditional high school pipeline, colleges and universities are looking for alternative opportunities for growth. Community college transfers are increasingly a target audience for institutions aiming to augment their ranks of upperclassmen with qualified, motivated students.

Not only is the market sizable—with up to 80% of first-time community college students expecting to transfer and earn a bachelor's degree—but recent data shows that those who transfer with an associate's degree perform as well, if not better than, "native" four-year students.

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