College Transfer Articles

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All The Forms You Need To Transfer Colleges

To help you get started on your transfer journey, we've compiled a list of the most common forms requested for in the transfer application process.

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How Do I Pay If I Transfer

Everyone’s situation is unique when it comes to paying for college, but there are a number of things you can do to prepare for paying for college as a transfer student.

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There’s No “Wrong” Reason to Transfer

College is an experience and there is no reason in the world you should be unhappy during it — in fact, it’s the last thing you should be.

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Answering the "Why Are You Transferring?" Question in Your Essay

Essays for freshman admission are typically left wide open. But the topic for transfer essays is much narrower. It’s likely to cover some variation of the question, “why are you transferring?” Learn how to handle the topic now. 

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Selective Colleges That Accept More Transfers Than Freshmen

Transferring into a selective institution is the college admissions process all over again, but even harder, right? Wrong...

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What Is An Articulation Agreement?

Articulation agreements can be confusing because most college students don’t know what one even is. Learn about them and how you can use them to your benefit.

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The Most Transfer-Friendly Colleges

Most colleges accept transfer students, but which ones have created pathways to make the transition as easy as possible? Let's talk about the colleges who have! 

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5 Signs Your College May Not Be Right For You

The decision to transfer colleges isn't something to take lightly. But you shouldn't have to stay at an institution that isn't fulfilling your needs. So, how do you know whether your college is right for you? You'll need to do some soul-searching. But to start, here are a few things you can look for.