Choosing a School
- Transferring from Community College to a 4-year Institution
- What is an Articulation Agreement and Why Should You Care?
- How to Ensure Your Community College Credits Transfer to a 4 Year University
- Enroll in a Community College and Four-Year University Simultaneously
- Top 10 Most Community College Transfer-Friendly Universities
What is accreditation?
Fundamentally, accreditation ensures that you are obtaining a quality education – and for your future employers and graduate programs to recognize your education. If the college does not have accreditation, you may want to think twice about enrolling.
Why accreditation is important
Lack of government financial aid: Contingent upon schools participating in federal Title IV or state financial aid funding
- Why are you going to school?
- If you plan to continue with a four-year degree, what type of articulation agreements does the community college have with four-year colleges?
- What type of coursework do you need?
- Is cost an issue?
- Do you want or need a virtual campus?
- Do you have a four-year college in mind?
- Location, Location, Location!
- On-Campus Activities
- Student Support