College Transfer, how to transfer colleges

May 30, 2017, by

College Transfer is a common practice.

Each student’s journey through college is different. There is no “right” path through college. According to the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center, approximately 20% of students who graduate from a four-year institution – both public and private – started at a different school.

We have worked with transfers on a variety of educational paths: from community colleges to small liberal arts colleges, from large public research universities to midsized universities, and everything in between.

Why do students transfer schools?

Students transfer for many reasons, but the key – just as it is in the first-year process – is finding the right fit. We help students identify best-fit institutions, analyze their opportunities, and achieve success in this complicated process.

Congratulations to the 2017 college transfer students!

We are so proud of the students with whom we have worked this year. They put in a lot of hard work and have received excellent results so far. Though not all decisions have been released, to date, our students have been admitted to the following institutions:

College of William & Mary
George Washington University
Georgetown University
James Madison University

Northeastern University
Northwestern University
Tulane University
University of Chicago
University of Maryland, College Park
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
University of Pennsylvania
University of St Andrews (UK)

Plan Ahead!

A key to successfully transferring is planning ahead. Please contact us if you think a transfer is in your future, and we can help you map out your journey.

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