Why Top Colleges Like Transfer Students

Why do highly selective colleges endeavor to admit a round of transfer admits each and every year? It’s simple. Transfer students often significantly contribute to a university’s diversity. You see, in the transfer round, college admissions officers at our nation’s most elite schools are able to offer admission to students … 

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Transfer Students to the Ivies

Ivy League colleges have long sought to admit a diverse cross section of the world’s young people. Maybe these students hail from faraway nations, like Gabon or Senegal. Maybe these students served their country in uniform at great personal sacrifice. Maybe they are underrepresented minorities or will be the first … 

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Students Thinking of Transferring

Thinking of transferring colleges? Maybe you just graduated from high school and you’re not too happy with how the college admissions process turned out. Maybe you had high hopes of earning admission to a more selective school than the school you’ll be matriculating to this fall. Maybe you realize you … 

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Looming Deadline for Transfer Students

The transfer deadline for many highly selective colleges, including all of the Ivy League colleges, is either March 1st or March 15th. Brown, Columbia, Dartmouth, Harvard, Princeton, and Yale have March 1 deadlines, while Cornell and UPenn have March 15 deadlines. Outside of the Ivy League, Stanford, Duke, and Northwestern … 

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College Transfer Student

Did you know that this presidential election marks the first time in our nation’s history when…college transfer students are competing against each other for the nation’s top job? That’s right: President Barack Obama and Governor Mitt Romney both transferred colleges, points out Jay Mathews of “The Washington Post!” President Obama … 

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