10 Colleges That Accept the Most Transfer Students

Looking to Transfer Schools? These Colleges Accept the Most Transfer Students


When you confirm your enrollment at the school of choice, your decision seems final. However, that’s not always the case. There are plenty of college students who transfer from two-year colleges to four-year universities and from four-year universities to different schools. If you’re thinking of making a switch in universities, you’re not alone. In fact, the schools listed below have some of the highest acceptance rates for transfer students!

  1. Evergreen State College – Olympia, Washington | 96% transfer students accepted
  2. College of Charleston – Charleston, South Carolina | 94% transfer students accepted
  3. University of North Carolina at Charlotte – Charlotte, North Carolina | 83% transfer students accepted
  4. University of Arkansas – Fayetteville, Arkansas | 82% transfer students accepted
  5. University of Wisconsin-River Falls – River Falls, Wisconsin | 68% transfer students accepted
  6. University of Memphis – Memphis, Tennessee | 60% transfer students accepted
  7. University of Tampa – Tampa, Florida | 56% transfer students accepted
  8. University of Delaware – Newark, Delaware | 55% transfer students accepted
  9. University of California-Davis – Davis, California | 53% transfer students accepted
  10.  Rutgers University-Newark – Newark, New Jersey | 51% transfer students accepted


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