Transferring from community college to university is vital for many students’ success as well as an integral part of Kentucky’s plan to have 60% of the population achieve a postsecondary degree or credential by 2030. Helping students transfer is so important for student success because it helps cut down on the time and money required to get a bachelor’s or other degree, as attending a university costs significantly less if a student has transferred after completing an associate degree. Those who do transfer and finish a bachelor’s may end up making up to 70% more than those who stopped at an associate degree.
With all the benefits of transferring, we’d expect to see many more students go down this path. Students face many obstacles preventing them from transferring, ranging from unknown major requirements, to ineffective advising techniques, and to complicated and outdated systems.
Learn more about the blocks in the way of students trying to transfer and how Kentucky is helping students overcome these challenges here.
Source: Kentucky Student Success Collaborative
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