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Four FAQs About Transferring From Community College to A Four-Year School

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If you're a community college student -- or you're thinking of entering a two-year college after graduation this year -- your future plans may include transferring to a four-year school. A new report from the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation reveals that more than 35,000 community college students enroll at selective colleges and universities each year, and states that these students have "equal to higher graduation rates as students who enrolled directly from high school or those who transferred from other four-year institutions."

College Confidential sat down with Elease S. Layman of Layman College Consulting, who provided some essential advice that you should take to heart if a transfer from community college is on your radar screen.

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