About Transfer Scholars Network
The Aspen Institute College Excellence Program supports colleges and universities in their quest to achieve a higher standard of excellence, delivering credentials that unlock life-changing careers and strengthen our economy, society, and democracy. We know it takes visionary college leaders to achieve this higher standard and we make it our mission to equip them with the knowledge, skills, and research-backed tools to inspire change, shift practice, and advance the capacity of colleges to deliver excellent and equitable student outcomes. For more information, visit Transfer Scholars Network and follow us on LinkedIn and Twitter.
Led by the Aspen Institute College Excellence Program with support from the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation, TSN facilitates direct connections between high-achieving community college students and senior admissions representatives at colleges and universities in the American Talent Initiative, such as Princeton University, Yale University, John Hopkins University and MIT. In the pilot of the TSN program, 20% of participating students who applied to the four-year partner universities received offers of admission, outpacing the average admission rate of 15%.
Your application will be emailed to the Honors Program Coordinator. It may take up to 2 weeks after receiving your transcripts for you to receive confirmation from the Honors Program Coordinator as to your status about the Transfer Scholars Network.
While there is not a deadline currently for being part of the Transfer Scholars Network, there may be a deadline put into place in the near future. Any applications submitted after May 15th will not be reviewed until the second week of August.
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