Transfer Student Services at Pathways to Admission
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How Pathways to Admission can help you as a Transfer Student.
There are a number of reasons why a student wishes to transfer from one institution to another. Whatever that reason may be Pathways will support and guide you through the process.
Typically, there are two types of transfer students:
Transfer from a two-year institution to a four-year institution.
Transfer from a four-year institution to another four-year institution OR from a two-year institution to another two-year institution.
Explore reasons to transfer (goals, career, major, personal)
Determine attributes of new college
Review of academic credits earned
Develop a list of questions to ask transfer counselor at potential college
A spreadsheet that will include application deadlines, requirements, transferable credits, test scores required, transcripts, and majors
Review of academic history, college, and high school transcript
Interview tips and practice, if needed
Transfer essay; will assist with brainstorming and support the writing of the personal statement essay and supplemental essays
This is a very thorough process evolving from brainstorming and draft revisions until there is a final product
A thorough review of the application to ensure completeness
Resources on Financial Aid, FAFSA, and Profile
Review of acceptance letters
Support in the scholarship application process
What Parents & Students Are Saying
Laurie Tall & Ryan Tall
As a parent of a current college freshman, I would highly recommend Ginny Johnson. Ginny was extremely knowledgeable and caring. Her expertise in navigating the college process was exceptional! Having her extensive experience to guide us through the college process was reassuring to my daughter and myself! - Laurie Tall
It was great. Mrs. Johnson was able to offer advice and guidance for a very intimidating college application process. The schools that I applied to were very similar and she helped differentiate them with the existing knowledge she had. - Ryan Tall