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Transfer Students
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Welcome to transferstudent!

About This Community

This community is a place where prospective transfer students, students currently going through transferring, and veterans of the transfer process can gather to discuss common problems, concerns, questions, and the like.


This is a very relaxed community. All I ask is that you:

1) Stay on-topic — if it's not about transferring, it doesn't belong here!
2) Don't post promotions for other communities — try community_promo for that.
3) Don't flame (though, really, why would you?).
4) Absolutely no marquees or wildly blinking images.
5) Any large images must be behind LJ-CUTs.

That's it! Just some common sense rules; nothing major at all.

Maintainer Info

This community is maintained by beginning. If you need to reach her about something, please use her USERNAMEHERE@LiveJournal.com e-mail address.
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