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Are these colleges transfer friendly?

oppatouchmybuttoppatouchmybutt Registered User Posts: 8 New Member
Hello. So I started my college search pretty late (actually in January) because I wasn't planning on going to college (I really wanted to go into the Air Force but decided I wanted to do college first). I have gotten into Temple, Bloomsburg, and a few others (that I won't list because they are too expensive to even consider going to). However, after my search I have become more interested in these colleges
-University of Delaware
-University of Maryland
-Drexel University (They waitlisted me)
-University of Central Florida
-University of South Florida
-Syracuse University
-Florida State
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Replies to: Are these colleges transfer friendly?

  • oppatouchmybuttoppatouchmybutt Registered User Posts: 8 New Member
    Sorry I didnt get to finish. Are these colleges transfer friendly?
  • sfgirl101sfgirl101 Registered User Posts: 101 Junior Member
    I know for certain that University of Maryland is very open to Marland residents transferring from local CCs. Where do you have residency? A lot of the schools you listed, to be frank, might not be worth the out-of-state tuition anyway
  • ucbalumnusucbalumnus Registered User Posts: 68,529 Senior Member
    edited July 2014
    Public schools are usually somewhat transfer-friendly to those transferring from same-state community colleges, although the quality of community colleges (in terms of transfer preparation) can vary by state and locality (and sometimes by intended major).
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