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College and Career Night Transfer Workshop. Admissions Requirements Major Selection Planning For College Success (CG 51) Campus Choice Transfer 60 UC/CSU.

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1 College and Career Night Transfer Workshop

2 Admissions Requirements Major Selection Planning For College Success (CG 51) Campus Choice Transfer 60 UC/CSU transferable units Transfer Level Math English Comp/Critical Thinking/Communication GE to meet UC/CSU admission requirements Minimum GPA Major Preparation General Education Counts toward Admissions Requirements 30 – 40+ units Campus specific GE/ IGETC or CSU pattern The basis of an Associate degree Increased importance Required for competitive programs and campuses Importance of planning for high unit majors (sciences, engineering)

3 General Education 3 Common Pathways 1)IGETC (UC or CSU GE) 2) CSU GE 3) Campus specific

4 Major Preparation Increased importance in admission decisions Increased importance in admission decisions Required for competitive programs and campuses Required for competitive programs and campuses Importance of planning for high unit majors (sciences, engineering) Importance of planning for high unit majors (sciences, engineering)

5 ASSIST.org State-wide database that allows students to compare community college course work to CSU/UC State-wide database that allows students to compare community college course work to CSU/UC CSU GE or IGETC comparisons can be made for general education CSU GE or IGETC comparisons can be made for general education Detailed major preparation by campus Detailed major preparation by campus Available to all students Available to all students

6 Transfer Admission Guarantee (TAG/TAA) UCsCSUs Private Universities UC Davis CSU Humboldt – Instant Admissions Golden Gate University UC Irvine UC Merced UC Riverside UC Santa Barbara UC Santa Cruz UC San Diego

7 Benefits of completing a TAG/TAA: Guarantee of admission upon completion of all admissions and TAG/TAA requirements by the end of Spring 2014 Guarantee of admission upon completion of all admissions and TAG/TAA requirements by the end of Spring 2014 Universities will verify your coursework in advance and let you know if there are additional courses you should complete – responses in November of 2013 Universities will verify your coursework in advance and let you know if there are additional courses you should complete – responses in November of 2013 You are notified of admission earlier than with a regular application You are notified of admission earlier than with a regular application If youre planning to transfer to one of the listed universities, writing a TAG/TAA makes the process easier If youre planning to transfer to one of the listed universities, writing a TAG/TAA makes the process easier

8 Application Process All students must submit an online application (even if you have completed a TAG) All students must submit an online application (even if you have completed a TAG) Students apply Fall 2013 for admissions in Fall 2014 Students apply Fall 2013 for admissions in Fall 2014 CSU application filing period October- November CSU application filing period October- November UC application period November UC application period November Application, essay, and TAG workshops are offered throughout the Fall. View details online at the Transfer Center website Application, essay, and TAG workshops are offered throughout the Fall. View details online at the Transfer Center website

9 A new type of associate degree, another path into the CSU An option that allows students to complete an Associate degree while also completing CSU transfer requirements at the same time. With the Guarantee of admission to the CSU system into a similar major, and the requirement of only 60 units at the university to achieve a Bachelors degree PLAN EARLY…SEE A COUNSELOR…PLAN EARLY…SEE A COUNSELOR…PLAN EARLY

10 Bakersfield Channel Islands Chico Dominguez Hills East Bay Fresno Fullerton Humboldt Long Beach Los Angeles Maritime Academy Monterey Bay Northridge Pomona Sacramento San Bernardino San Diego San Francisco San Jose San Luis Obispo San Marcos Sonoma Stanislaus PLAN EARLY…SEE A COUNSELOR…PLAN EARLY…SEE A COUNSELOR…PLAN EARLY

11 Major Prep + GE + AI = 60 units at CCC and AA-T/AS-T Major Preparation American Institution/ electives CSUGE or IGETC PLAN EARLY…SEE A COUNSELOR…PLAN EARLY…SEE A COUNSELOR…PLAN EARLY You need 120 units to earn a Bachelors degree 60 of those units are completed at the CCC

12 Major + GE + Grad = 60 units at CSU Major coursework General Education PLAN EARLY…SEE A COUNSELOR…PLAN EARLY…SEE A COUNSELOR…PLAN EARLY Remaining 60 units completed at the CSU

13 = YOUR BACHELORS DEGREE CSU Major coursework CSU General Education (upper division) PLAN EARLY…SEE A COUNSELOR…PLAN EARLY…SEE A COUNSELOR…PLAN EARLY CCC Major Preparation Electives / A.I. CSUGE or IGETC +

14 You want to attend a CSU (may also work well elsewhere) You want an Associate degree while preparing to transfer You want to save time and money U.C. is also giving a Comprehensive Review to students with these degrees PLAN EARLY…SEE A COUNSELOR…PLAN EARLY…SEE A COUNSELOR…PLAN EARLY This degree is for YOU if:

15 PLAN EARLY…SEE A COUNSELOR…PLAN EARLY…SEE A COUNSELOR…PLAN EARLY Administration of Justice A.S.-T Anthropology A.A.-T (pending) Art History A.A.-T Business Administration A.S.-T Communication Studies A.A.-T Computer Science A.S.-T (pending) Early Childhood Education A.S.-T Elementary Education A.A.-T (pending) English A.A.-T Geography A.A.-T (pending) History A.A.-T Kinesiology A.A.-T Math A.S.-T Music A.A.-T Philosophy A.A.-T (pending) Physics A.S.-T Political Science A.A.-T Psychology A.A.-T Sociology A.A.-T Spanish A.A.-T (pending) Studio Art A.A.-T (pending) Theatre Arts A.A.-T

16 Cabrillo College Transfer Center Q and A If you have further questions please schedule a counseling appointment by calling (Aptos) (Watsonville) Or Stop by and visit us in the Transfer Center or Watsonville Center

17 HONORS TRANSFER PROGRAM

18 Honors Transfer Program Designed for high-achieving students who plan to attend Cabrillo for two years and then transfer to a selective 4-year university. Designed for high-achieving students who plan to attend Cabrillo for two years and then transfer to a selective 4-year university. The program offers challenging classes which better prepare students for university-level work. Focus on Research and Writing. The program offers challenging classes which better prepare students for university-level work. Focus on Research and Writing. All honors courses meet general education requirements and transfer to the UC All honors courses meet general education requirements and transfer to the UC

19 WHO? Honors Transfer Program Students from all backgrounds, ages and experiences Current Cabrillo Students, Students coming to Cabrillo from other colleges and universities High School seniors and recent graduates BENEFITS AT TRANSFER WHY ? Smaller class sizes Faculty mentors Stimulating environment Enriched curriculum A strong support network Research opportunities Priority admission or a competitive edge to universities UCLA Transfer Alliance Program: 80+% admission rate Better preparation for success at the University : Research skills Essay-writing skills Study skills Communicating with Professors

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21 Honors Transfer Program a GREAT option for: Students who are high-achieving and want a challenging academic environment Students who are high-achieving and want a challenging academic environment Those who are university-ready, but havent decided on a major or a college Those who are university-ready, but havent decided on a major or a college Students who arent ready to go away to college for various reasons: Students who arent ready to go away to college for various reasons: – Financial – Emotional – Social

22 Eligibility Requirements: Honors Transfer Program 3.5 minimum high school weighted GPA in A-G requirements Eligible for college-level English - placement into ENGL 1A Letter of Recommendation Essay/writing sample in response to 1 of 2 prompts (in on-line app) Honors requires a separate application Instructions to apply and paperwork To submit may be found at Application period: FEB 1 st -MARCH 15 th Deadline for guaranteed review: MARCH 15, 2014 Apply to Honors Program (February) Submit an Intent to Participate in Running Start form (January-April) – see your h.s. counselor Apply separately to Cabrillo College (April) Participate in Running Start Early Registration (May)

23 Where do Honors Transfer Program students transfer?

24 WE HOPE TO SEE YOU AT CABRILLO! HONORS TRANSFER PROGRAM


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