After high school graduation, most students attend a two-year community college with the hopes of transferring to a bigger four-year college or university. Typically, their grades were not as high as they should have been, they were not admitted to their school of choice or their financial circumstances played a significant role in their decision to not transfer to a four-year school. 

But, according to U.S. News & World Report, spring 2013 saw an all-time high in transfer student enrollment: more than 573,000 students transferred to more than 1,193 schools.

The University of Texas, Arlington took the top spot for the highest new-transfer acceptance rate of 93.8 percent, while California State University, Long Beach's rate was 36.7 percent.

Other California-based colleges with the most transfer students included California State University, Fullerton and California State University, Northridge.

For the full list of the top 10 colleges with the most new transfer students, click here!