The University of Massachusetts at Amherst will today announce a major effort to attract more transfer students from community colleges, The Boston Globe reported. UMass will offer those who transfer from community colleges in the state with a grade-point average of at least 2.5 a range of benefits, including priority course registration and housing, scholarships and special advising services. The university is hoping for an increase of at least 20 percent from the 300 community college transfers it typically enrolls each fall.
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