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Using data from several introductory-level courses at one Canadian university, community college transfer students were compared to transfer students from other universities and to non-transfer students on a number of measures of academic success. The three groups did not differ significantly in terms of course withdrawal rates, and final course grades for college transfer students were not significantly different from those of non-transfer students. However, students who had transferred fromdoi:10.47678/cjhe.v42i1.182448 fatcat:fpqywysfmvd47nv2ihnefjkpma