Looking at transfer students in the changing higher education enrollment landscape

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Interstate Passport Briefing, Transfer News
This is one of 3 articles in the August 2018 newsletter.

Why aren’t well qualified community college students transferring? Inside Higher Ed explores the variables affecting high achieving students at two-year institutions who are not transferring and how four-year institutions are adapting to the changing landscape of what defines a traditional student.

This past month several articles in the July issue of Insider Higher Ed addressed the changing landscape of student enrollment and the increasingly important role transfer students play.

  • Diversity is on the rise with transfer students in the University of California System. Though statistics for incoming freshmen diversity remain the same, according to the article, Transfers Up at University of California Campuses, there is a demonstrated increase in the percentage of minority students who transferred into the system. Read more
  • Why aren’t well qualified students transferring?  This article explores the variables affecting high achieving students at two-year institutions who are not transferring and how four-year institutions are adapting to the changing landscape of what defines a traditional student. Read more
  • Learn how the American Talent Initiative proposes to reach out to the high-achieving, low- and moderate-income community college transfer student population. Read more
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