The Transfer Center is available to assist students in researching their options and making plans for a smooth transition to a four-year university or other institution.
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UndocuTransfer Info Sessions Series
This is a great opportunity for prospective transfer undocumented students to:
- Learn about services and support available to undocumented students at universities across California
- Hear directly from students about their experience at each university
- Get connected to Dream Centers and UndocuSupport Program representatives before transferring
- Discover resources and opportunities at each campus, including legal services, mental health services, job/internship opportunities, and more.
- Become informed about “next steps” for financial aid, admissions, and residency to ensure a smooth transfer transition
- Explore university options whether applying for admissions this year or still having more time to decide before applying to transfer
The target audience for these sessions is undocumented community college students, but faculty and staff, as well as HS students, are welcome.
California State University
The California State University (CSU) system is taking all necessary steps to mitigate the disruptions caused by COVID-19 while ensuring the health and safety for our students, faculty, staff and communities. With the COVID19 pandemic it has become necessary to adjust some CSU admission requirements and prior guidance to incoming students for fall 2020 and beyond.
University of California
The University of California has temporarily suspended some of its requirements for admitted students to ensure that they are able to enroll as planned. It also expects to work with students to adjust financial aid packages if family financial circumstances have changed. In addition, UC has temporarily relaxed some undergraduate admissions policies to ensure high school and transfer students are not penalized by their inability to earn letter grades for academic classes or take standardized tests during the COVID-19 pandemic.
UCLA Transfer Admissions Presentations
The office of Undergraduate Admission is inviting students to join us at one of our upcoming virtual transfer admission presentations. It will take place via an online webinar and is designed to help prospective students learn more about UCLA, the admission process for transfer students and ask questions. This presentation is designed primarily for students attending a California community college
The one-hour long transfer presentations on Fridays start in May! For a complete list of dates, visit the Transfer Admission Presentation registration website or the general events page at www.admission.ucla.edu/events.
Add an optional transfer specific live tour, general live virtual tour or virtual tour. See below for tour registration and options:
- View a virtual tour any time here
- RSVP for a campus live tour here
- RSVP for a transfer specific live tour here
Learn more about transferring to National University by visiting NU Transfer.
- Learn about our community, and get your questions answered. Over 75+ programs, including associate, bachelor's, and master's degrees, plus credentials and certificates.
- Four-week classes offered online
- Convenient class schedules and year-round enrollment
- Locations across California and Nevada
- Yellow Ribbon school with military tuition discounts
- Transfer credits accepted at any time
- Financial aid opportunities
- Dedicated student support
Find out how you can transfer to National University with an Associate Degree for Transfer Scholarship.
- California Community College Transfer Students who have recently earned their Associates Degree for Transfer (ADT) or a transferable associate degree (Associate degrees that use the CSU Breadth or IGETC patterns as general education for degree completion) within 12 months of applying to NU are eligible for the ADT transfer scholarship pricing of $880 per course (max 20 courses). Additional coursework beyond the 90 quarter units may be required for AA and AS transferred degrees.
- CSU/UC application workshops
- On-campus visits by university representatives
- Visits to university campuses
- College fairs
- Agreements with colleges/universities.
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