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Plan Your Transfer Early

Last updated September 26, 2020

Many states have "articulation agreements"—negotiated documents that make clear what's needed to transfer from a community college to a four year college. Pay attention to these to make sure the class you are taking at a community college will count as a credit once you enter a four year school.

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