Resume for Transfer Students?

<p>How exactly should a transfer student craft their resume if they have less than one year in their new school? </p>

<p>I have a couple of awards, positions, and a decent GPA from my old college - and I want to put it on my resume. However, I want to make it clear where I am currently going. Should I begin by listing my current school in the education section and then list my old school?</p>

<p>Yes. Always put newest information first on the resume followed by older information/activities. Below I have attached some sample resumes.</p>

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<p>List your current college first, with a 2009-present or other chronological identifier attached. Then list your former school, with 2007-2009 or whatever after it.</p>

<p>Ex:
University of Connecticut, 2009-present. GPA: 4.0, Dean's List in Fall 2009 and Spring 2010.
Eastern Connecticut State University, 2007-2009. GPA: 4.0, Dean's List in Fall 2008.</p>