Tips for Transferring Schools a Second Time

Finding the right college can be a difficult process; once on campus, some students may discover they haven’t found the perfect match in their first chosen university. There are two main reasons students decide to transfer to another school. The first is because they don’t enjoy the campus environment and are unhappy. The other is…

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Top 3 Schools to Transfer to in California

With the deadlines for most transfer applications nearing, you might be wondering if you should transfer, regardless of whether you are from a community college or 4-year university. Alena has written an article highlighting 3 schools to consider as a transfer student. I’d like to talk about 3 more schools, and give a little love…

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How to Dominate Your Class Schedule

One of the most important steps that happens before you even begin classes at your new school is signing up for them! This is something to be aware of especially if you enter the lull between getting your acceptance notification, squaring away your housing situation, and transferring credits. Below, I will walk you through the…

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5 Tips to a Successful Transfer Orientation

For some, heading back to school this fall means a new location and new classes, professors, and peers. Some institutions may have already hosted their transfer orientation, but I thought I would share some tips on how to have a successful orientation, whether you’ve already attended a similar orientation your freshman year or you are…

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Transfer Admissions Proposals

Hey colleges, this blog post is for you. As a two-time transfer student, I have a pretty good grasp on what goes wrong during the transfer process. So, on behalf of all transfer students, please consider these proposals.

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Get Involved in 7 Easy Steps

Transferring to a new college can be daunting, especially if you don’t know anyone yet. Not to fear— if you follow these steps, you should be meeting people left and right before you know it!

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