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Kentucky college students looking to transfer can get help from online Transfer Madness Fair

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FRANKFORT, Kentucky — Students looking to transfer college credits or associate's degrees to four-year schools can get questions answered during an online Transfer Madness Fair this week.

The fair is set for 2 p.m. to 8 p.m. EDT Thursday. The Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education and the Kentucky Community and Technical College System are sponsoring the event.

Education officials say Transfer Madness allows students to chat online with transfer advisers, learn about scholarships and financial aid, download materials and get questions answered.

Twenty-two of Kentucky's four-year schools and the Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority will participate in the event.

CPE President Bob King says the virtual fair takes the guesswork out of transferring. He says it's a chance to put more students on a seamless path to a bachelor's degree.

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