Transfer today isn’t linear. Solutions must recognize that

From Inside Higher Ed: “ … a study on student mobility by the National Student Clearinghouse found that almost 38 percent of students who start at a four-year institution end up transferring to another four-year or to a community college, on par with the 37 percent who start at a two-year institution and transfer to another institution. Moreover, of students who transfer, 45 percent transfer more than once. Regardless of the direction that students move, they should (rightfully) expect to keep the credits they earn. … the point is that transfer today is the norm and it is often not a straight line, with many students accumulating credits across numerous institutions over longer timelines.”
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