A national report released from one of the top entities involved in tracking trends and results in higher education – The College Board – has highlighted the success of Florida’s “2+2 Pathways to Success program” in a discussion of the challenges and opportunities facing four-year colleges as they work to create more efficient pathways for transfer students.
The report – featuring 12 four-year institutions across the United States – specifically cites the University of Central Florida, while acknowledging that many institutions in the State University System of Florida have successful, growing transfer student programs.
UCF has the most two-year degree transfers amid the 11 institutions in the State University System of Florida, is the largest institution in the State University System, and is the second-largest public university in the nation based on student enrollment at more than 50,000.
The College Board report also examines best practices that universities and colleges can adopt to serve growing numbers of transfer students nationwide.
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