Date of Award
Education Specialist (Ed.S)
Advanced Education Programs
William N. Robinson
The purpose of this study was to compare the attitudes of junior college transfer students toward their junior college and senior college experiences. More specifically, this study was designed to gather research from transfer students on the following categories: academic standards, (i.e. grading practices, quality of instruction being received, subject matter), counseling services, scholarship level, course transfer, extracurricular activities, and friendliness and/or individual attention received from fellow students and faculty. In addition, this study was to inquire if the native student, (i.e. first year college freshman) had any advantage over the transfer student, and to ascertain any difficulties experienced in adjusting to the four-year college.
Copyright 1971 Jimmie Ray James
James, Jimmie Ray, "A Comparison of the Attitudes of Junior College Transfers Toward Their Junior College and Senior College Experiences" (1971). Master's Theses. 1430.