Community college students find another route to top-tier universities

02/17/2013 | Philadelphia Inquirer, The

An increasing number of college students are entering top-ranked universities after first attending a two-year community college. Some say this nontraditional route has provided many selective colleges, including the University of Pennsylvania, with transfer students who tend to perform better and are fully involved in university life.

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