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Written by Jonathan Graham
It is important to note that every student's college experience will differ from others in some fashion. However, Nashville State has worked with the Tennessee Board of Regents in creating the Tennessee Transfer Path. This project was to ensure that every student who graduates with an associate degree from NSCC will find the transfer process to state schools fairly easy, as all classes taken at NSCC should transfer to other Tennessee Board of Regents schools. In this respect, all NSCC students transfering to a TBR school will find that their experience in earning tranferable credits was quite similar. Nashville State professors try to prepare students for the next journey in academia to the best of their ability, and students report that their overall experience was very positive. However, advisers at this institution should inform future graduate students who wish to transfer to a larger university that they should research and visit larger colleges to reduce the culture shock that comes with transfer process.
Students graduating from Nashville State Community College will find that what they miss the most will be the intellectual conversations and experiences they shared with their peers and professors. The personal environment that is nurtered at NSCC will have a lasting impact on students who tranfer to larger university settings. Alumni often stay in touch with professors who had the greatest impact on them and who were willing to go above and beyond the call of duty to help. The overall experience at this institution should be very positive for those students who wish to work hard and participate in academia.
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