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Transfer Open House April 1

Hofstra University is hosting a Transfer Open House on Friday, April 1, 2016, from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Prospective transfer students will have the opportunity to visit Hofstra’s campus, tour its residence halls, meet with students, administrators and faculty members, consult with advisors, and learn about Hofstra University’s diverse academic programs and extracurricular activities.

Attendees can receive an unofficial credit evaluation  meet with representatives from Hofstra’s Center for University Advising to learn about transfer credits, learn about financial aid opportunities with Student Financial Services, and meet with Student Affairs and Undergraduate Admission staff.

Faculty members from nearly a dozen majors will also be available, among these: journalism, engineering, education, finance, marketing and accounting.http://go.hofstra.edu/blog/taking-the-leap-transferring-from-community-college-to-hofstra

It’s important for students contemplating transferring to Hofstra  to remember that this is an unofficial process –  there’s no pressure to make a commitment on the spot. The way to get the most out of Hofstra’s Transfer Open House experience is to keep an open mind and pay attention to the things that matter most to you, whether it’s Hofstra’s various degree programs, the many benefits of transferring from nearby community colleges (and related articulation agreements),  unique features of Hofstra, and the networking, internship, and employment opportunities available because of Hofstra University’s close proximity to New York City.

Hofstra’s Transfer Open House makes answering the  question: Should I transfer? a whole lot easier.  Hofstra’s Compatibility Quiz is also a great warm-up to visiting the campus and experiencing Hofstra Pride firsthand!

Apply Today at http://go.hofstra.edu/transfer

 

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