Transfer is the Answer
Starting at Ranger College and then transferring to a four-year institution is a common strategy for students looking to earn a bachelor’s degree. Ranger College is a nationally accredited college, so the Associate Degrees meet the requirements for transfer to most four-year universities. This means that completing the degree will satisfy most, if not all, general education requirements toward a bachelor’s degree.
Transfer Agreements with many four-year universities including Tarleton State University, Texas Wesleyan University, Abilene Christian University, and Texas Tech University.
Small Class Sizes with dedicated faculty and student professor ratio of 20:1, means individualized attention.
Save Money and Time by starting at Ranger College. Students can save tens of thousands of dollars. Community colleges are also good places to explore career fields of interest before committing to a major.
Another important, yet often overlooked, benefit is scholarship opportunities. When students start at a community college, they start building their college transcript, and their academic achievements there can lead to scholarship opportunities at a four-year institution. Universities review mostly only transcripts from community colleges while awarding scholarships.