Transfer students should thoroughly research prospective schools
For men and women of faith considering transferring to another Christian college, there is much to consider. While some students may identify potential new schools based on the degree programs they offer or the facilities they utilize, prospective transfer students should research new Christian colleges and universities with the same level of rigor as they did during their initial college search.
Rebecca Joseph, an associate professor at California State University’s Los Angeles campus, told The Huffington Post that prospective transfer students should visit the schools they are interested in.
The ideal time to visit prospective colleges is during the spring or summer, but if this is not possible, students should contact the admissions advisers at the schools they are interested in and ask as many questions as possible. After all, students will not want to have to repeat the transfer process again due to a lack of information during the application process.
According to U.S. News and World Report, one important thing for prospective transfer students to think about is how many spaces are available at the schools they are interested in applying to. Some Christian colleges and universities may have fewer spaces available than state colleges, so this is something that prospective transfers should consider when planning their move.