Paving the Path to Transfer

Increasing community college transfer by reducing barriers to enrollment

This study identifies perspective and best practices on how EMs are growing transfer enrollment by eliminating barriers to entry posed by standard outreach and admissions procedures.

Paving the Path to Transfer

In an environment of increasing competition for first-time full-time students, institutions are turning to the community college transfer market to diversify undergraduate enrollments and stabilize tuition revenues. Unfortunately, conventional transfer recruitment, application, and admission processes fail to address these students' leading concerns as they consider the four-year option.

This study will help you enroll more students, grow revenue, and increase access to a four-year degree. Download the complete publication or explore the table of contents below to discover eight practices for growing transfer enrollments from community colleges.

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Growing Community College Transfer by Removing Barriers to Enrollment

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