Look for Articulation Agreements
Articulation agreements are transfer agreements between two and four-year schools. According to The College Insider, these articulation agreements may even guarantee admission into the four-year school if students meet course and GPA requirements. When formal agreements are in place, there is no worry over which course credits will transfer and which ones won’t. The program is clearly laid out ahead of time, making the transfer process smooth sailing for students.
This video explains how to transfer from a community college to a four-year institution.
Maintain a High GPA
If you are serious about transferring to a four-year school after community college, it is essential to maintain a high-grade point average throughout your two years at your initial school. The College Insider warns that just because a student is transferring from community college, that doesn’t make the application and admission process any less competitive. The higher your grades, the more choices you will have when it comes time to transfer to a four-year school.