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Thu 24

TRIO SSS — Welcome Back/SSS Tip Off

August 24 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Tue 29

TRIO SSS Student Workshop — Finding Balance

August 29 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Tue 29

TRIO SSS Student Workshop — Finding Balance

August 29 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Current College Transfer Student Resource

Home/Academic Programs/College Transfer/Current College Transfer Student Resource
Current College Transfer Student Resource 2015-03-10T13:23:51+00:00

Prepare

Research

  • Attend an open house at desired four-year institutions
  • Contact several four-year institutions, search websites for contact information and transfer students admissions criteria/policies and application deadlines
  • Search four-year institutions for a tentative program of study (major) and the four-year pathways for that major available to transfer students. This plan allows transfer students to look at the senior institution’s required courses for satisfying lower-level general education classes that transfer for credit
  • View senior institution informational videos for transfer students
  • Research scholarship and financial aid opportunities at the senior institution
  • Create an account on CFNC.org to research career interests, to complete inventories, apply to senior institutions and much more

ToolsStudent Shonoda McMillian and advisor Megan Tyree sit and talk about classes for next semester.

  • Use the Goal-Based Academic Transfer Plan Worksheet to develop your own tentative plan to complete the course requirements for your A.A. or A.S. degree. Update it every term for any changes that may have occurred
  • Use the Weekly Planning template as a worksheet to map out a tentative course schedule before registering for the next term
  • Use the Time Management Template as a weekly planning tool to manage your work, school, family responsibilities, extracurricular activities, sleep, eating, exercising and study time. Compare your planning time to the actual amount of time you spend in the scheduled time- make adjustments as necessary. Consider that for every hour you spend in class, you should spend 2-3 hours outside of class studying, reading, preparing, and working on papers/projects.