November 4, 2019
College Transfer Guide
Learn about the steps you need to take to successfully transfer from a community college to a four-year institution.
The following four scholarships are available to all transfer students, regardless of residency or the university you’re planning to attend. These scholarships are exclusive to transfer...
As a transfer student, there are specific questions you should ask during your campus visit that go beyond what a traditional student should ask:
Many motivated students begin their higher education at a two-year college before transferring to complete a bachelor’s degree. Colleges and universities are increasingly expressing an...
April 20, 2018
Steven M. Solar, Ed.D.
If you were to define “college student” the words financially savvy, thrifty, resourceful, prudent, patient and smart should be part of the definition. College students learn to defer g...
Steven M. Stolar, Ed.D.
The Rule of One states that a reasonable amount of student loan debt to incur while in college is equivalent to the average of one year’s salary in the profession you plan to enter....
February 21, 2017
Steven Stolar, Ed.D., Student Development Advisor Cumberland County College, Vineland, N.J.
Cumberland County College provides students with the first two years of their college career. For some, a Certificate or an Associate Degree will be all they need to start their careers...
February 4, 2016
Since 1990, Princeton University has not admitted transfer students -- even as a growing number of colleges have embraced transfer admissions as a way to attract a more diverse student...
General Transfer Scholarships
Questions and Answers for Students Attending Community College with Plans to Earn Their Bachelor’s Degree
Steps to the Transfer Process
The Transfer Process - What to Ask During Campus Visits
How to Transfer to a 4-Year School
20 Tips for Keeping your Student Loans Under Control
The Rule of One: A Guideline for Student Loan Borrowing
10 Tips for the Transfer Student
August 11, 2017
How to Compare Two-Year with Four-Year College Programs
The Transfer Process Defined
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