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Lesley Michaels
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The University of La Verne was nationally recognized last week through the publication of a USA Today article that commended ULV as being a leader in the accommodation of transfer students.

G. Jeffrey MacDonald, freelance reporter working in conjunction with USA Today, contacted ULV after examining the 2008 results of the National Survey of Student Engagement regarding transfer students. The survey found that 40 percent of 190,000 college seniors were transfer students.

“The NSSE identifies schools where transfers are at least as academically engaged as their native classmates, thanks in large part to their schools helping them make a smooth transition,” the article read.

NSSE also observed that transfer students felt more engaged at the University of La Verne than other institutions.

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