I see this guide as a roadmap for transfer students and their families as they navigate the complexities of finding a right-fit transfer institution.
Author: Nancy Lee Sanchez
Publisher: Kaplan Publishing
From the organization with a decade of expertise in transfer admissions, Kaplan Educational Foundation's Your 2018 Guide to College Transfer is a comprehensive handbook for the entire transfer process, from application to enrollment. Whether you always knew you'd transfer credits or you just realized there's a better path to your bachelor's degree, this guide is for you. We provide all the information you need to assess your educational options and choose the right school for you, including in-depth school profiles that feature transfer admissions policies, financial aid options, and resources available specifically for transfer students -- all in one place for the first time. Your 2018 Guide to College Transfer profiles top transfer schools in the U.S., and also highlights the best schools for underrepresented, first-generation, non-traditional age, community college, military-affiliated, DACA, and undocumented students contemplating transfer, as well as students with children. We'll show you what makes a student successful during the admissions, transfer, and enrollment processes, and how to achieve that success in your own transfer. Whether you're a student, a parent, a guidance counselor, or a college adviser, Kaplan's map can help you navigate the complex landscape of college transfer. "The Kaplan Educational Foundation's Transfer Guide proves that Kaplan gets it. They truly understand both the challenges facing transfer students and the value these students bring to transfer institutions. I see this guide as a roadmap for transfer students and their families as they navigate the complexities of finding a right-fit transfer institution. I also see this guide as a resource for educators who are looking for new and better ways to meet the unique needs of transfer students."- Dr. Lynn Tincher-Ladner, President and CEO, Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society "For the first time, high-achieving community college students with financial need have a comprehensive resource to guide them as they plan to transfer to the nation's top four year institutions and complete their bachelor's degrees. Kaplan Education Foundation's Your 2018 Guide to College Transfer will become the go-to source as community college students evaluate the admission, financial aid, and housing policies for transfer students at the most selective universities. Perhaps more importantly, this guide sends the clear message that not only is admission open to top colleges, but that these colleges are actively encouraging high-achieving community college students to transfer to their campuses." - Harold O. Levy, Executive Director, Jack Kent Cooke Foundation
About your GPA. When you transfer to Texas State, your former overall GPA is listed. After you have completed a course or semester at Texas State, ...
Author: Henry S. Merrill
The purpose of this book is to assist post-traditional students to achieve success in the Occupational, Workforce, and Leadership Studies (OWLS) Department and develop their individualized pathway to earn the interdisciplinary Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences (BAAS) degree at Texas State University. Applied baccalaureate degrees incorporate higher-order thinking skills and advanced technical knowledge and skills with applied coursework. BAAS students may also earn college-level credits through prior learning assessment (PLA), evaluating and credentialing knowledge and skills gained outside the classroom. The organization and content of this book provides adult degree program faculty and leaders an example of how one required textbook develops and supports the outcomes and activities in all the core courses of an interdisciplinary degree program designed for post-traditional adult learners. The majority of the students earning the BAAS degree are post-traditional students. They are often defined with some or all of these characteristics: over age 25 years old when starting or returning to college, may not have a traditional high school diploma, enroll part-time, work full-time, are financially independent, have dependents other than a spouse and may be a single parent. These students juggle multiple roles and responsibilities in the family, workplace, and community. Post-traditional students bring rich work/life experiences, may be experiencing personal and/or professional transitions, have clear career goals, and often finance their education. They seek flexible programs including online education, PLA, and accelerated course formats. Thus, post-traditional students want active, collaborative, and interactive learning relevant to career and other roles and goals.
Author: Rebecca Klein-CollinsPublish On: 2018-12-18
The Adult Student's Guide to College Rebecca Klein-Collins. If a college will accept your old credits in transfer, that will save you a lot of time and a ...
Author: Rebecca Klein-Collins
Publisher: The New Press
A smart, snappy, and comprehensive guide for the millions of adults who are thinking about going—or going back—to college and want to know how to do it right As anyone who has done it knows, going back to school is a major undertaking. For younger and older adults alike, starting or returning to school presents different challenges than those encountered by teens fresh out of high school and heading straight to college. Countless Americans take on this task while working, raising kids, caring for parents, volunteering, serving in the military—and in some cases all of the above. Although the “non-traditional” undergraduate student is in fact the new normal, the glut of college guides out there don’t include practical advice for the busy moms, frustrated employees, and ambitious adults who are applying to college or hoping to finish earning a degree. Never Too Late will help readers jump-start a new professional path or speed down the one they’re already on by guiding them through vital questions: What should I study? How can I afford the time and money required to get a college degree? How do I compare schools? With key chapters on flexibility (“It’s About Time!” and “Face-to-Face or Cyberspace?”) and rankings of the best colleges for grown-ups diving back into the books, Never Too Late is an essential reference for adults seeking a richer life—and a meaningful place in our rapidly changing economy and world.
International Examinees: By my signature I am also providing my consent to ACT to transfer my personally identifying information to the United States to ACT ...
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Category: Study Aids
The only guide from the ACT organization, the makers of the exam, revised and updated for 2017 and beyond The Official ACT Prep Guide, 2018 Edition, Revised and Updated is the must-have resource for college bound students. The guide is the go-to handbook for ACT preparation and the only guide from the makers of the exam. The book and online content includes the actual ACT test forms (taken from real ACT exams). In addition, this comprehensive resource has everything students need to know about when they are preparing for and taking the ACT. The book contains information on how to register for the exam, proven test-taking strategies, ideas for preparing mentally and physically, gearing up for test day, and much more. This invaluable guide includes additional questions and material that contains articles on everything from preparing a standout college application and getting into your top-choice school to succeeding in college The bestselling prep guide from the makers of the ACT test Offers bonus online contest to help boost college readiness Contains the real ACT test forms used in previous years This new edition offers students updated data on scoring your writing test, new reporting categories, as well as updated tips on how to do your best preparing for the test and on the actual test day from the team at ACT. It also offers additional 400 practice questions that are available online.
REMEMBER Colleges care about your SAT score because it's a strong ... if you can imagine that you might transfer from a school that doesn't require it to ...
Author: The College Board
Publisher: College Board
Category: Study Aids
Review every skill and question type needed for SAT success – now with eight total practice tests. The 2018 edition of The Official SAT Study Guide doubles the number of official SAT® practice tests to eight – all of them created by the test maker. As part of the College Board's commitment to transparency, all practice tests are available on the College Board's website, but The Official SAT Study Guide is the only place to find them in print along with over 250 pages of additional instruction, guidance, and test information. With updated guidance and practice problems that reflect the most recent information, this new edition takes the best-selling SAT guide and makes it even more relevant and useful. Be ready for the SAT with strategies and up-to-date information straight from the exam writers. The Official SAT Study Guide will help students get ready for the SAT with: • 8 official SAT practice tests, written in the exact same process and by the same team of authors as the actual exam • detailed descriptions of the math and evidenced based reading and writing sections • targeted practice questions for each SAT question type • guidance on the new optional essay, including practice essay questions with sample responses • seamless integration with Official SAT Practice on Khan Academy
52 Honest, Faith-Filled Answers to Your Biggest Concerns Hanna Seymour ... Please, I beg you, don't transfer until you've been at college for a full year.
Author: Hanna Seymour
Publisher: Hachette UK
Hanna Seymour, a mentor to thousands of young college women, provides a plan for success in college based on experience, illustrations, and biblical principles. Each year millions of young women enter the college scene and are surprised to find their glittering preconceptions shattered. College isn't exactly what they had imagined -- it's a lot tougher. Social challenges, a demanding schedule, pressure to succeed, shifting family dynamics: how do girls tackle these issues, learn to thrive, and really enjoy this new phase of life? The Girl's Survival Guide is packed with experienced-based advice that can help. Written by a mentor with ten years of experience helping college girls succeed, it's like having a big sister along for the journey. With proven tips, scripture, and inspiring illustrations, this book will coach, comfort, and inspire young women so that they can make the most of the college experience. Thousands of young women have asked Hanna Seymour what to do about roommate drama, boyfriend trouble, choosing a major, balancing family and school life, and so much more. She's poured her best insights into this book -- answering the top 52 questions she has received -- so that readers everywhere will be armed with the knowledge and inspiration to make college the most epic, enriching time it can be.
You should carefully evaluate the types of assets you want to transfer to your child. You should consider investments for your child that generate little or ...
Author: Ernst & Young LLP
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Category: Business & Economics
Minimize your tax and maximize your 2017 return The EY Tax Guide 2018 offers professional guidance for DIY tax prep. As one of the nation's most trusted resources for tax advice, this book can help you keep more of your money while filing completely, correctly, and on time. Fully updated to reflect the latest changes to the law, this new 2018 edition cuts through impenetrable tax codes and IRS rulings to give you the answers you need quickly and easily. Whether you're a homeowner, self-employed entrepreneur, business executive, or senior citizen, you'll discover the best tax strategy for your particular situation. At-a-Glance reference sheets give you quick answers to common questions regarding new laws, breaks and deductions, and how to avoid common errors. No two tax years are alike. The laws change constantly, and even small changes can affect your return. This book cuts to the chase and tells you what's new, what it means for you, and what you can do to keep more of your money. Get up to date on changes to tax law, and how they affect you Identify breaks and deductions that can reduce your tax burden Zero in on the best tax strategy for your particular situation Find answers at a glance from globally-respected tax advisors Avoid the headaches that come with parsing IRS worksheets and documentation—EY has already done it for you! The EY Tax Guide 2018 gives you the answers you need and clarity you crave, backed by globally-trusted expertise.
Excelsior College in New York created a website called the Electronic Peer ... out early via email with the incoming transfer students at your institution.
Author: Peggy L. Nuhn
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
This research-based book with practical applications teaches academic librarians to support their transfer students effectively at both universities and community colleges, even when transfer students' information literacy needs differ from those of other students. Colleges and universities across the United States serve a large and growing population of transfer students. Current estimates suggest that more than one third of college students transfer from one institution of higher education to another at least once. At some institutions, transfer students compose up to fifty to sixty percent of the new incoming class. Academic librarians' understanding of the demographics and potential needs of transfer students is essential to supporting their success and mitigating "transfer shock." Just as public libraries often bridge gaps between individuals and services, academic libraries can proactively support the often unique needs of transfer students by spearheading textbook affordability initiatives, developing innovative programming, and making appropriate referrals to non-library student services. In this practical guide to supporting transfer students, authors Peggy L. Nuhn and Karen F. Kaufmann teach academic librarians how to optimize information literacy instruction, support research, help reduce stress, and connect the library to virtual students. They emphasize the importance of establishing partnerships with feeder institutions and other campus departments to best support transfer student success. Teaches academic librarians and stakeholders to understand the holistic value of the academic library to transfer student success Defines the concept of "transfer shock" and explains how academic librarians and libraries can mitigate this phenomenon Outlines key theoretical and practical applications of information spaces, information science, and information literacy as applied to the transfer student academic experience
How to Protect Your Child from Online & Offline Threats to Their Personal Safety at College & Around Campus Peter J. Canavan. card application using your ...
Author: Peter J. Canavan
Publisher: PJC Services, LLC
Category: Study Aids
New college students are led to believe that sharing personal information and freely expressing their opinions on social media is expected and their right to free speech. What they fail to understand is that any information they reveal may be used to steal their identity, prevent them from being hired and possibly even get them hurt or killed. It is well known that college is a time for learning, experiencing and growing as a person...but it is little understood that it is also the point in time when students form relationships, political beliefs, attitudes, and habits that will shape them for the rest of their lives. The influence of their friends, teachers and the social and political climate on campus are huge factors in their development - both good and bad. Understanding and learning can help parents assist their sons and daughters avoid future pitfalls and grow up to be successful, productive members of society. There is nothing more important than your personal safety and the safety of your family. Safety has become the highest priority for students, parents, educators and administrators. However, the educational tools and reference guides that contain this essential information for them is lacking since most safety material focuses on the school itself and public safety professionals, not the individual. Today's college students face threats to their personal safety that generations before did not have to deal with. New problems exist in both the digital world and the physical world, and can be harmful or even deadly. Thinking a problem won't happen to you will not make it any less likely. The solution is to be aware of what threats exist, learn how to protect yourself, and know what steps to take should a problem arise to you or around you. You can give your child the most comprehensive resource ever compiled about how to stay safe in both the physical world and digital world. This will help ensure that students are made aware of the various threats to their personal safety that exist both online and offline so they will ultimately be safer during their college years and beyond. The author has worked as an information technology consultant since 1995, a self-defense instructor for over 20 years, and is a former university public safety professional. He is fully qualified to educate students and others based on decades of knowledge that has been distilled into this comprehensive book. Topics include: defining safety concerns safety awareness establishing personal boundaries routines & comfort zones problem roommate(s) bullying, cyberbullying & hazing the dangers of mixing alcohol and energy drinks cyber-security & online safety social media & cell phone safety phishing scams & identity theft active shooter preparedness & defensive actions viruses, malware and ransomware physical threat self-defense / safe dating / sexual harassment alcohol, drugs and prescription medication abuse party, bar & club safety caffeine and energy drinks travel safety - both on campus and semesters abroad credit card and ATM safety dorm room safety - fires, electrical, cooking, outside threats personal safety alarms and apps building confidence & developing a never quit attitude health, fitness, nutrition & hygiene Get the next best thing to being there for your child when they are away from home and your protection.
... get your rail-to-bus discount or to transfer from bus to bus free of charge. ... their respective university's students Hours: GUTS shuttle: 5 am–12am; ...
Author: Not For Tourists
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
The Not For Tourists Guide to Washington DC is the urban manual to the city that no local, or tourist, should be without. This map-based guidebook divides the city into forty-six mapped neighborhoods. Each map is marked by NFT’s user-friendly icons, which help locate the essential services, transportation, and entertainment venues in the area. Want to know the best place to grab an alfresco cocktail? NFT has you covered. How about exploring little residential suburban pockets far away from the National Mall? We’ve got that, too. The nearest up-and-coming restaurant, farmer’s market, LGBT venue, or football game—whatever you need—NFT puts it at your fingertips. The guide also includes: • A foldout highway map • More than one hundred neighborhood maps • Coverage for nearby universities and Baltimore • Details on parks and outdoor activities • Information on the National Mall and the US Capitol It’s the main weapon in implementing our “No resident left behind!” policy.
The Challenge and Promise of Building Equitable STEM Transfer Pathways Xueli Wang ... Guided Pathways (New York: Community College Research Center, 2018).
Author: Xueli Wang
Publisher: Harvard Education Press
On My Own: The Challenge and Promise of Building Equitable STEM Transfer Pathways is the first book of its kind to provide a detailed, on-the-ground examination of the difficult paths—curricular, interpersonal, and institutional—that students must chart through community college. The book follows 1,670 two-year college students over four years as they begin STEM programs in the Midwest and documents their educational and life experiences as they moved toward, or away, from the prospect of transfer to a four-year institution. Their stories reveal that they were on their own, left to navigate the pathways to transfer without meaningful institutional support. The students pursued one of four pathways, or momentum trajectories: linear upward, detoured, deferred, or taking a break. The preexisting and lasting disparities in their access to education and financial resources, their experiences with teaching and advising, and the conundrum between support from and for family, among others, propelled them onto different trajectories in their quest for transfer. As this book makes painfully clear, the current state of transfer acts as a mechanism that perpetuates and worsens inequities in educational outcomes. As Xueli Wang argues, to cultivate an equitable STEM transfer pathway, culturally relevant and responsive supports that are accessible, welcoming, and validating must be put in place at the institutional level and appeal to the talent, motivation, and unique needs of historically marginalized students. In doing so, postsecondary institutions will be better positioned to fulfill their promise as an equitable pathway to bachelor’s degrees and beyond.
A Guide to What America's Top Schools Can Do for You Andrew Belasco, ... of Admits Attending (Yield): 58% Transfer Admission Rate: 22% SAT Reading/Writing ...
Author: Andrew Belasco
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
Category: Study Aids
Colleges Worth Your Money: A Guide to What America's Top Schools Can Do for You is an invaluable guide for students making the crucial decision of where to attend college when our thinking about higher education is radically changing. At a time when costs are soaring and competition for admission is higher than ever, the college-bound need to know how prospective schools will benefit them both as students and after graduation. Colleges Worth Your Money provides the most up-to-date, accurate, and comprehensive information for gauging the ROI of America’s top schools, including: In-depth profiles of 175 of the top colleges and universities across the U.S.; Over 75 key statistics about each school that cover unique admissions-related data points such as gender-specific acceptance rates, early decision acceptance rates, and five-year admissions trends at each college. The solid facts on career outcomes, including the school’s connections with recruiters, the rate of employment post-graduation, where students land internships, the companies most likely to hire students from a particular school, and much more. Data and commentary on each college’s merit and need-based aid awards, average student debt, and starting salary outcomes. Top Colleges for America’s Top Majors lists highlighting schools that have the best programs in 40+ disciplines. Lists of the “Top Feeder” undergraduate colleges into medical school, law school, tech, journalism, Wall Street, engineering, and more.
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Author: Tom Hockaday
Publisher: JHU Press
Tackling a complex topic in clear language, the book reveals the impressive scale of patenting, licensing, and spin-out company creation while demonstrating that university technology transfer is a commercial activity with benefits that go well beyond the opportunity to make money.
Understanding the Tax System, Completing Your Tax Return and Planning How to Become More Tax Efficient David Genders. ○ paid by direct transfer to the bank ...
Author: David Genders
Publisher: Kogan Page Publishers
Category: Business & Economics
The Daily Telegraph Tax Guide contains everything you need to know about completing a self-assessment tax return for 2017/18. This is the only credible and practical guide on the market to this perennial, time-intensive and often stressful demand on any taxpayer. Whether self-employed, part-time, retired or unemployed, this invaluable book is the ultimate resource that can help ensure that you are as tax efficient as possible, offering practical advice, timetables and examples that aim to simplify what many people view as a complex and challenging procedure. Taking into account all of the changes for 2017/2018, this will ensure you get your tax return completed on time and in an efficient manner, saving you money down the line and avoiding a whole lot of worries. With an extensive range of top tips for saving on all types of tax, The Daily Telegraph Tax Guide is the essential guide to completing your 2017/2018 tax return.
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Author: Jeff A. Schnepper
Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional
Category: Business & Economics
You earned it, you keep it! The #1 guide to paying less to the IRS every year. For more than three decades, How to Pay Zero Taxes has been helping people like you make tax time less draining, on both your emotions and your finances. You can save more money than you ever imagined when you have the right information—and that’s exactly what tax expert Jeff Schnepper provides. This engagingly written guide makes even most complex information easy to understand, delivering valuable advice on everything from converting personal expenses into business deductions to avoiding (or surviving) an audit. Fully updated for 2018, How to Pay Zero Taxes covers all the latest tax changes. You'll learn how to take advantage of IRS-sanctioned deductions, shelters, credits, exemptions, and more. Plus, you'll find hundreds of insider tips designed to lower your tax bill. Whether you're a tax professional or a home filer, this book will help you pay less to the IRS this year-and every year. Focus on what matters most: tax saving, not tax preparation. How to Pay Zero Taxes provides everything you need to know about: * New tax laws—including surcharges on earned and unearned income* Exemptions, credits, and exclusions * Special capital gains and dividends rules* Increased IRA and retirement plan limits* Job hunting and relocation expenses* Theft and casualty losses* Child care and elder care* Educational and Roth IRAs
I was able to transfer to State University. Ever since, my years of college have improved with better academic grades, publications, and awards.
Author: Ryan Gray, MD
Publisher: Morgan James Publishing
Category: Study Aids
The Premed Playbook: Guide to the Medical School Application is a 30,000-foot view about the medical school application. The Premed Playbook: Guide to the Medical School Application is the ultimate resource for the 60,000+ students applying to medical school every year in the US. With a detailed breakdown of each part of the medical school application, discussion about knowing when the student is good enough, and a self-reflection checklist if a student doesn’t get into medical school, The Premed Playbook: Guide to the Medical School Application is the must-have companion for students as they are filling out their applications every spring.
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Author: Seth Kubersky
Publisher: The Unofficial Guides
THE Comprehensive Guide to Universal Orlando The Unofficial Guide to Universal Orlando by Seth Kubersky is packed with detailed, specific information on every ride, show, and restaurant in the resort, including insider details on Harry Potter's Hogsmeade and Diagon Alley, as well as the new waterpark Volcano Bay. Compiled and written by a former Universal Orlando employee, and based upon decades of research from a team whose work has been cited by such diverse sources as USA Today and Operations Research Forum, The Unofficial Guide to Universal Orlando provides step-by-step detailed touring plans that allow you to make the most of every minute and dollar during your Universal Orlando vacation. The guide includes info on where to find the cheapest Universal Orlando admission tickets, how to save big on Universal on-site hotel rooms and skip the regular lines in the parks, when to visit Universal Orlando for the lightest crowds, and everything else you need to know for a stress-free Universal Orlando experience.
Our approach positions firstgeneration and transfer students ... “Here the professors are your guide, tus guías”: Latina/o student validating experiences ...
Author: Georgianna Martin
Publisher: Stylus Publishing, LLC
Historically, higher education was designed for a narrow pool of privileged students. Despite national, state and institutional policies developed over time to improve access, higher education has only lately begun to address how its unexamined assumptions, practices and climate create barriers for poor and working class populations and lead to significant disparities in degree completion across social classes. The data shows that higher education substantially fails to provide poor and working class students with the necessary support to achieve the social mobility and success comparable to the attainments of their middle and upper class peers. This book presents a comprehensive range of strategies that provide the fundamental supports that poor and working-class students need to succeed while at the same time dismantling the inequitable barriers that make college difficult to navigate. Drawing on the concept of the student-ready college, and on emerging research and practices that colleges and universities can use to explore campus-specific social class issues and identify barriers, this book provides examples of support programs and services across the field of higher education – at both two- and four-year, public and private institutions – that cover: Access supports. Examples and recommendations for how institutions can assist students as they make decisions about applications and admission. Basic needs supports. Covering housing and food security, necessary clothing, sense of belonging through co-curricular engagement, and mental health resources. Academic and learning supports. Describes courses and academic programs to promote full engagement among poor and working class students. Advising supports. Illustrates advising that acknowledges poor and working class students’ identities, and recommends continued training for both staff and faculty advisors. Supports for specific populations at the intersection of social class with other identities, such as Students of Color, foster youth, LGBTQ, and doctoral students. Gaining support through external partnerships with social services, business entities, and fundraising. This book is addressed to administrators, educators and student affairs personnel, urging them to make the institutional commitment to enhance the college experience for poor and working class students who not only represent a substantial proportion of college students today, but constitute a significant future demographic.
All the Strategies, Review, and Practice You Need to Help Earn Your GED Test ... You will have to transfer most of the information on the screen to a ...
Author: Princeton Review
Publisher: Princeton Review
Category: Study Aids
PROUD PARTICIPANT IN THE GED® PUBLISHER PROGRAM!* Get the help you need to ace the test and earn your GED credential with 2 full-length practice tests, content reviews that are 100% aligned with GED test objectives, and 700+ drill questions in the book and online. Techniques That Actually Work. • Essential strategies to help you work smarter, not harder • Expert tactics to help improve your writing for the Extended Response prompt • Customizable study "road maps" to help you create a clear plan of attack Everything You Need to Know to Help Achieve a High Score. • Complete coverage of Reasoning Through Language Arts, Mathematical Reasoning, Science, and Social Studies • Guided lessons with sample questions for all tested topics • Clear instruction on the computer-based question formats Practice Your Way to Excellence. • 2 full-length practice tests with detailed answer explanations • Practice drills for all four test subjects • Over 350 additional multiple-choice questions online, organized by subject • 20% discount on the GED Ready: The Official Practice Test (details inside book) Plus! Bonus Online Features: • Multiple-choice practice questions in all 4 test subjects • Tutorials to help boost your graphics and reading comprehension skills • Insider advice on the GED test and college success • Custom printable answer sheets for the in-book practice tests *Proud Participant in the GED® Publisher Program! This program recognizes content from publishers whose materials meet 100% of GED test objectives at a subject level. Acceptance into the program means that you can be sure that Cracking the GED Test covers content you’ll actually see on the exam.