Most of Transfers Princeton’s Taking Are from MilitaryMay 10, 2018 | :
by Michael Hotchkiss
Princeton University has offered admission to 13 transfer students for entry in fall 2018, the first transfer admissions since the University reinstated its transfer program. The renewed program is aimed at especially encouraging applicants from low-income, military or community college backgrounds.
The University received 1,429 applications for the transfer program, which looked to enroll a small group of exceptionally well-prepared transfer students from a range of backgrounds. The University’s undergraduate admission office has mailed letters to students in the transfer pool, and applicants were able to see their decisions via secure online access beginning the evening of Tuesday, May 8.
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