Through the Gate Transfer Study Video
In a recent five-year period, nearly 300,000 California Community College students who completed all or most of their transfer requirements, did not make it “through the gate” to a university. Who are these students and why are they stopping short of their transfer goal?
Mapping the Transfer Landscape for California Community College Students, Through the Gate Transfer Study, Technical Report, November 2017
Full technical report detailing findings on "high-leverage learners" who are "near" or "at" the transfer gate (having completed most or all of their transfer requirements); provides (1) a synopsis of prior research focused on increasing transfer success in California and beyond; (2) an overview of the “transfer continuum” — a new framework for viewing transfer; (3) methodology for identifying students near and at the gate, and those who achieve transfer; and (4) key findings on these “transfer-bound” students.
Mapping the Transfer Landscape for California Community Colleges Quick Facts (Poster), October 2017
Printable 12” x 24” poster displaying quick facts on high-leverage learners who are “near” or “at” the transfer gate and comparing them to transfer achievers who made it “through” the gate to university.
Through the Gate Transfer Study Project Description
Overview of research purpose and approach; includes highlights from Phase I of the study, focused on mapping the landscape for high-leverage learners who are at or near the transfer gate.
Mapping the Transfer Landscape for California Community Colleges, Through the Gate Transfer Study, Research Brief 1, October 2017
Key findings on “high-leverage learners” who are “near” or “at” the transfer gate (having completed most or all of their transfer requirements); quantifies how many students made it near, at, or through the gate over a recent five-year period; explores who they are, where they reside, and what the data say about leverage points for increasing transfer success.