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NACAC's Community College/Transfer Special Interest Group (SIG)

NACAC's Community College/Transfer Special Interest Group (SIG) is designed to engage professionals in discussion about the unique issues facing community colleges and transfer students.

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College Openings Update 2019

More than 400 colleges and universities still have openings, financial aid, and housing available to qualified freshman and/or transfer students for the Fall 2019 semester, according to the National Association for College Admission Counseling.

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NACAC Research Finds Counselors Well Informed about Community Colleges, Need Additional Knowledge about Transfer Policies, For-Profit Colleges

High school counselors generally feel prepared to advise students about community colleges and believe these institutions offer relatively easy application and enrollment processes, according to new findings from the National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC). However, the research showed that many counselors feel less knowledgeable about local college transfer policies and for-profit college comparisons.

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International Transfer Students

Nine percent of international students studying in the US enroll in community colleges.

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There are hundreds of websites that purport to offer families advice about the complicated issue of financial aid for college. NACAC has compiled this list of trusted, up-to-date sources to help your students and their families navigate this process.

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