Persistence: The Success of Students Who Transfer from Community Colleges to Selective Four-Year Institutions

Disaggregates the transfer student population to examine the patterns and outcomes of students transferring from two-year colleges versus those transferring between four-year institutions. Notably, at the 100 most selective colleges, 14 percent of students transfer in, but only 5 percent have transferred from a community college.

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