10 Colleges That Accept the Most Transfer Students

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

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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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