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The Buzz: What problems have you had while applying for transfer?

Max Miller, Staff Member

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Mina Soliman was interviewed on 10/2/18 for The Inquirer (Max Miller/The Inquirer)

“Some questions are about my parents that I couldn’t answer clearly.”

Mina Soliman, 20, Engineering technology

Applying to UC Davis, UC Berkeley

Josh Laubach was interviewed for The Inquirer on 10/2/18 (Max Miller/The Inquirer)

“Setting it up at first was a little confusing to me because it was so easy.”

Josh Laubach, 19, Applied math

Applying to UC Davis, UC Berkeley, UCLA

Shun Yokoyama was interviewed for The Inquirer on 10/2/18 (Max Miller/The Inquirer)

“I didn’t know if I was an international student or a transfer student on DePaul’s website.”

Shun Yokoyama, 20, International student, Business

Applying to DePaul University

Margaret Ryan was interviewed on 10/4/18 for The Inquirer (Max Miller/The Inquirer)

“Once (the) CSU website figures out its kinks it will run smoothly.”

Margaret Ryan, 28, Nutrition

Applied to Sacramento State

 

 

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The Buzz: What problems have you had while applying for transfer?