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The Transfer Center staff assists students with selecting a major or preparing to transfer to a four-year college or university, and provides assistance to students in meeting minimum transfer requirements, filling out college applications, writing admission essays, and completing Transfer Admission Guarantees (TAGs).

College Representative Visits

The center also sponsors college representative visits throughout the year and an annual Transfer Day.

Upcoming Program Deadlines

Apply for Karl S. Pister Leadership Opportunity Program Scholarship at UC Santa Cruz. Due February 1, 2016

Connect with a Stanford Mentor for Help Transferring
Stanford University is accepting applications into the new Phoenix Scholar’s Transfer Program for 2016 - 2017. Due February 8, 2016

  • Mentors will help low-income, first-generation, and under-represented community college students with a minimum 2.7 GPA  looking to transfer to a four-year university or college, including Stanford University. 
  • The program begins in Spring 2016 to help students who want to transfer in Fall 2017.
  • Students will receive access to resources, help with their transfer application, guidance with their goals and transfer plans, and most importantly, a mentor trained in working with every type of students, whether just out of high school or a returning student.
  • Unofficial transcripts and a W-2 are required for eligibility.
  • The application deadline is February 8 at 5 p.m. Download the flyer to learn more and how to apply. 

 
Petition to Graduate for the Associate Degree for Transfer (ADT) for Spring is February 1, 2016
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  • Counseling appointments have been reserved for ADT students. Make an appointment to see a counselor before the deadline!
  • Contact the Counseling Center (650) 949-7423 or the Transfer Center (650) 949-7821 to schedule your 30 minute appointment.
  • Check out the flyer (PDF) for more information.
 
The Transfer Center can help you:
  • Review college catalogs and brochures.
  • Find out about general education, major, and transfer requirements.
  • Locate applications, scholarships and special services at CSU, UC and private institutions.
  • Access vocational and technical program information.

See the Transfer Library for a list of available resources located in our center.

 
Online Resources

Find out which majors are impacted at which CSU campuses.

Try the new California College Explorer website. It is filled with pages of useful information for the transfer student including financial aid, transfer planning, choosing a college and choosing a career. This is one site you don't want to miss!



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