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2 University of California 9 UC System Map California State University 23 CSU System Map California Community Colleges 112 Community Colleges System MapSystem Map Meet with a counselor…Plan early….Meet with a counselor…Plan early…

3 23 Campuses 450,000 students 47,000 faculty/staff 200 degree/certificate programs Meet with a counselor…Plan early….Meet with a counselor…Plan early…

4 o 60% of CSU graduates are California Community College transfer students. o CCC transfers have highest priority for admission than any other group o Lower division prep at a CCC is comparable to lower division prep at a CSU o Students who attend a community college will save a significant amount of money on tuition and housing o Community college transfer students who attain the Bachelor’s degree are employed at the same rate as students who enrolled in a 4-year college as a freshman Meet with a counselor…Plan early….Meet with a counselor…Plan early…

5 o CSU SYSTEM  One of the largest, most diverse systems of higher education in the world  Offers Bachelor, Masters, Teaching Credentials and Pre-professional preparation  Emphasizes discipline/major knowledge and the practical application of that knowledge  Cost approx $6,500 (not including housing, books, supplies, misc)  Mix of commuters and residential  Accepts full-time and part-time students  Offers evening courses  Most campuses operate on a semester system Meet with a counselor…Plan early….Meet with a counselor…Plan early…

6 1. Admission Requirements 2. GE Requirements 3. Major Preparation 4. Other campus requirements that can be completed at a community college Meet with a counselor…Plan early….Meet with a counselor…Plan early…

7 BA / BS Components CCC 60 units CSU 60 units BA/BS from CSU Meet with a counselor…Plan early….Meet with a counselor…Plan early…

8 60 CSU transferable units 2.0 minimum GPA (2.4 GPA for non-residents) Golden Four completed with a “C” or better: Written Communication Oral Communication Critical Thinking Transfer-level Mathematics 30 semester GE units Meet with a counselor…Plan early….Meet with a counselor…Plan early…

9 California State University General Education-Breadth (CSU GE-B) Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum (IGETC) Meet with a counselor…Plan early….Meet with a counselor…Plan early…

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11 ASSIST Helps you find community college courses that are transferable to a UC or CSU Lists all transfer majors offered at UC and CSU Lists courses that are articulated to specific majors Lists courses that satisfy GE requirements ASSIST.ORG Meet with a counselor…Plan early….Meet with a counselor…Plan early…

12 TAA secures a place for a CA community college student at the campus specified in the agreement, essentially guaranteeing admission to the CSU. Currently CSU Monterey Bay is the only campus offering a TAA program. Students must have completed 30 CSU transfer units at the time the contract is signed. Students must complete 60 CSU transfer units by the end of Spring prior to transfer Students must have, and maintain, a minimum 2.00 GPA Students must complete the 4 core GE classes by Spring prior to transfer o To apply for a TAA, visit the Transfer Center Meet with a counselor…Plan early….Meet with a counselor…Plan early…

13  A transfer pathway used for admission to one of the 23 California State Universities  An option that allows students to complete an Associate’s degree while satisfying lower division general education and major requirements for transfer at the same time.  Prescribed pattern of courses for specific majors (AA-T and AS-T) Meet with a counselor…Plan early….Meet with a counselor…Plan early…

14 A California Community College student who earns an AA-T or AS-T will benefit from the following:  Know exactly what courses to take  Earn an Associate Degree  Guaranteed admission to a CSU  Early admission decision  Take only 60 units after transfer to get earn BA or BS  Meet all lower division major prep at most of the CSU campuses that offer a similar major Benefits of the AA-T and AS-T Meet with a counselor…Plan early….Meet with a counselor…Plan early…

15 This kind of Associate Degree is most beneficial for students who are:  Preparing for impacted CSU majors or campuses  Seeking an associate degree while preparing to transfer  Preparing broadly for more than one CSU  Attending a college that does not have major preparation for their intended CSU campus AA-T/AS-T: Who is it for? Meet with a counselor…Plan early….Meet with a counselor…Plan early…

16 To earn the AA-T/AS-T degree, students must meet the following requirements: Note: Completing courses that satisfy CSU's U.S. History, Constitution and American Ideals requirement prior to transfer is highly recommended Components of AA-T / AS-T IGETC or CSUGE Major Prep courses 60 units Meet with a counselor…Plan early….Meet with a counselor…Plan early…

17  Communication Studies  English  History  Kinesiology  Mathematics  Psychology  Sociology Meet with a counselor…Plan early….Meet with a counselor…Plan early…

18 What if there is no AA-T / AS-T for my major?  Follow Pathway 1: Prepare for transfer utilizing major preparation articulation via ASSIST.ORG OR  Find a community college that offers the major (12 units required for residency) Note: Majors being added regularly. Check in with your counselor FREQUENTLY Meet with a counselor…Plan early….Meet with a counselor…Plan early…

19 What if I don’t know my major?  Career Assessment at your Career Center  Shadowing  Talk to your professors and counselors  BUT, decide your major by the end of the second semester/quarter at the latest! Meet with a counselor…Plan early….Meet with a counselor…Plan early…

20 Important transfer terms GE Certification Articulated Courses Transferable Courses Meet with a counselor…Plan early….Meet with a counselor…Plan early…

21 GE Certification The certification of GE is the official notice verifying that a transfer student has completed courses satisfying lower-division general education requirements. The certification is separate from a student transcript. Students must complete the Certification Request Form. GE certification can include partial certification when only a specific area is completed or full certification by completing an entire pattern. Meet with a counselor…Plan early….Meet with a counselor…Plan early…

22 When / How do I apply for GE Certification? The request for certification of CSU GE or IGETC is best done at the time you request final transcripts be sent to the transfer school. In your last semester before transfer to the CSU or UC which admitted you The form is available at _____ Meet with a counselor…Plan early….Meet with a counselor…Plan early…

23 “Transferable” vs. “Articulated” Courses  Transferable Courses  Courses offered at a CCC that are baccalaureate level and are accepted for credit at a 4-year university  Check your college catalog  Go to  Articulated Courses  Courses that are transferable and satisfy specific major or GE requirements at a 4-year university  Example:  COUNS 007 – University Transfer Planning  Not transferable but can be used for transfer elective credit Meet with a counselor…Plan early….Meet with a counselor…Plan early…

24 Oct. 1-Nov. 30 for Fall Aug for Spring (dependent on budget: check Impacted programs and many campuses will close at the end of filing period The successful student today will be planned, intentional, and organized. DO NOT MISS ANY DEADLINES, LEST YOU SUFFER THE CONSEQUENCES AND BE LEFT OUT! 30 November Meet with a counselor…Plan early….Meet with a counselor…Plan early…

25 Did you know? ? Majority of applicants who were denied had errors on the application? ? 76% of students who were denied one year never met with a counselor Meet with a counselor…Plan early….Meet with a counselor…Plan early…

26  See a counselor immediately to determine if this is the best path for you  Consider taking a Career Planning course to explore major options  See your counselor to develop an Educational Plan  Utilize resources on campus  Visit professors during office hours  Pass all your classes (get best grade possible!)  Check in with counselor and/or Transfer Center at least once each semester  Attend your college Transfer Day/College Day event  Attend Transfer related workshops  Visit the Transfer Center after completion of 30 units  Stay on top of your own transfer path Planning is Crucial! Meet with a counselor…Plan early….Meet with a counselor…Plan early…

27 o CSUMentor (csumentor.edu) o College Source (collegesource.org) for catalogs o Brain Track: for catalogshttp://www.braintrack.com/ o ASSIST (assist.org) o General Counseling Department o Transfer Center o Transfer Degrees (www.SB1440.org) Meet with a counselor…Plan early….Meet with a counselor…Plan early…


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