With community college students as the primary audience, it would be great to have brochures from ABET approved engineering programs which provide transfer credit for the courses at the particular community college. I just found a "2+2" program at Lamar University in Industrial Engineering. This is the only ABET IE online program in the country. The student studies for 2 years to get the usual coursework in math, physics, engineering mechanics, etc. at a community college. The last two years, which are primarily industrial engineering coursework, are studied online. There is a requirement to go to Beaumont, Texas for one lab on one weekend for one course in the program. It sure would be great if we could provide literature about similar programs in other engineering disciplines at our Mentor Nights. Perhaps we could be the go-betweens that get the community colleges and "2+2" programs talking so that students are not surprised by credits that can't be transferred. Steve says that transfer credit is a huge problem among the students that participate in Mentor Nights.