This report examines an important but often overlooked issue of credit mobility that students often encounter when seeking to transfer from a community college to a four-year university. Credit mobility refers to the transfer of credits from a sending institution to a receiving institution. The report highlights that community college transfer students often face problems with getting four-year universities to accept their credits. Receiving institutions sometimes do not accept a transfer student’s credits or they accept them as electives, which do not count towards a student’s major. The report recommends that community colleges make a stronger effort to get community college students to select a transfer major within the completion of thirty units. The report also recommends that states develop transfer pathways which can lead to completion of a bachelor’s degree in multiple fields.