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College acceptances and rejections aren't as cut-and-dry as they seem. The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation, an organization dedicated to helping exceptionally promising students in financial need, recently published a report which found that students who get admitted to elite and selective schools tend to do well and graduate within four years -- including community college students.
In fact, the report showed that community-college student transfer graduation rates either meet or exceed those of students who enroll at more elite schools on their first go-around. Their graduation rates are also higher than those who transfer from other four-year schools.