Completion of the transfer or general education curriculum is a milestone for transfer-bound students who may or may not attain an associate degree before transfer. Currently, transfer students are not always counted as completers. Community college students who complete a transfer curriculum usually do so to receive upper-division or junior-level standing when they transfer to a four-year institution, but many students transfer without completing a transfer curriculum. Students who transfer without completing a transfer curriculum must spend additional time and money completing their general education courses at the four-year institution.
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