Dealing With Credit Loss

June 2014
Community College Journal;Jun/Jul2014, Vol. 84 Issue 6, p8
The article presents the study "The Community College Route to the Bachelor's Degree," conducted by researchers from the City University of New York, which reveals that almost 14% of community college students forfeit every credit they have earned in the transfer procees.


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