Re: Transferring from community college... how's my portfolio look?
Since you recently finished an AFA, the best people to ask would be your former teachers who have worked with you, and any other advisers within that program. AFA students usually do go on to pursue a BFA, so there should be advising available to you (even if you graduated a year or two ago).
As for your portfolio, you've got some strong pieces in there; while there's a lot of stylistic variation, most of the pieces are interesting. A lot of artists can do detailed realism (the playing cards), but stink at abstraction--or vice versa. But you can obviously do both. And I like your color sense.
The two I'd definitely remove are the still life painting with pears, and the figure drawing on newsprint. Neither are up to the skill level shown in the rest of your work, and don't add anything to your portfolio.
If you had to remove one more, I'd suggest the monochromatic surreal painting. I can see a relationship between your realist illustrations and abstract works, but that one just doesn't seem to fit in. If it's an early work, I'd consider removing it; if it's recent, then maybe not.
As far as what to add, more drawings from life are always good; strong drawing (observational) skills will put you at a big advantage. And these could be life drawings from a model, or they could be still lifes, people in cafes, buildings, whatever interests you.
And honestly, don't get all in knots about "finding your voice" or "making a cohesive body of work," at this point. There will be time for that. For now, you just need to show that you have skills that can be built upon, and I'd definitely say you've got those.
Oh, and if you think you might want to veer toward the kind of realism represented by the playing cards or Chinese food carton, consider getting into an illustration program, rather than fine arts. I've known a lot of illustrators over the years who had an easy time shifting into fine art, and they got much better skills training than the fine artists did.