Taylor Cal State Monterey vs. Cal State Channel Islands

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  • 1-when you go to community college for to years before transferring to finish at a four year college2-The main reason that there are transfer students in college is because it is almost always cheaper to take your gen ed at the community college instead of a four year2-or you could be stalling to decide on a major and ultimately your career3-transfer students are picked out much like incoming freshmen, they look for well rounded students. But there is another factor that plays into becoming admitted as a transfer student.
  • 1- 90 quarter units1-The upper division transfer students are given priority over lower division 2-
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  • Taylor Cal State Monterey vs. Cal State Channel Islands

    1. 1. AVID College Comparison ProjectTaylorMay 25, 2012Period 4
    2. 2. Transfer Students• What is a transfer student?• Reasons why there are transfer students• How transfer students are selected by schools
    3. 3. Upper and Lower Division Transfers• To be considered an upper division transfer student you will have to completed 60 or more transferable units• If the school is impacted then they may not be accepting any lower division applicants
    4. 4. CSU Monterey Bay• 3.0 GPA /1690 SAT• Average grant awarded $8,500• $6,000 Tuition• Business, Marine Biology, Psychology• 5,100 Students
    5. 5. CSU Channel Islands• 3.2 GPA / 1710 SAT• Average grant awarded $7,800• $6,300 Tuition• Biology, History, Sociology• 3,800 Students
    6. 6. College Analysis• Both are pretty similar, not expensive not hard to get into. The big difference to me is one is north and the other is south• I choose these two because they are close to home and because I hear good things about both of them• Both colleges have several majors I may be interested in and they both have relatively small populations

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