Creating a Transfer-Friendly Campus

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Add to Calendar 2015-04-29 00:00:00 2015-04-29 00:00:00 Creating a Transfer-Friendly Campus PaperClip Communications is hosting a webinar on creating an environment for the smooth and successful transition of transfer students, which requires a multi-level, interdepartmental approach to student advocacy and assistance. With more than one-third of American college students having transferred institutions at least once in their academic careers and with President Obama's community college proposal, the influx of transfer students to four year institutions is inevitable. The webinar will discuss identifying transfer student challenges, how institutions can best respond to them, assessing an institution's current transfer experience, and more. To learn more and to register, click here. noreply@air.org America/New_York public

PaperClip Communications is hosting a webinar on creating an environment for the smooth and successful transition of transfer students, which requires a multi-level, interdepartmental approach to student advocacy and assistance. With more than one-third of American college students having transferred institutions at least once in their academic careers and with President Obama's community college proposal, the influx of transfer students to four year institutions is inevitable. The webinar will discuss identifying transfer student challenges, how institutions can best respond to them, assessing an institution's current transfer experience, and more. To learn more and to register, click here.


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