4-YEAR CAMPUS

REQUIREMENTS

WHEN TO APPLY

HOW TO APPLY

CONTACT INFORMATION

 

CSULA

 

TRANSFER ADMISSION GUARANTEE

 

The TAG applies to all majors except Nursing.

 

       Before transfer, complete a minimum of 60 transferable semester units with an overall GPA of 2.0 or better

 

       Before transfer, complete at least 39 units of general education which must include the 4 basic subject courses (Golden 4) A1, A2, A3, and B4 OR complete the IGETC OR complete the CSU GE Breadth Certification Plan

 

 

Apply during the application filing period for each quarter.

 

Contact the Cal State L.A. Representative.

 

LAVC Career/Transfer Center, Adm. 126

 

Cal State L.A. Representative:

Darlene Buxton

(323) 343-3399

dbuxton@cslanet.calstatela

.edu

 

CSUN

 

TRANSFER ADMISSION GUARANTEE

 

TAG PROGRAM

 

       Before transfer, complete a minimum of 60 transferable semester units with an overall GPA of 2.0 or better

 

       Before transfer, complete at least 39 units of general education which must include the 4 basic subject courses (Golden 4) A1, A2, A3, and B4 OR complete the IGETC OR complete the CSU GE Breadth Certification Plan

 

 

Submit TAG once you have completed at least 15 CSU transferable units.

 

Contact the CSUN Representative and fill out the Upper Division Transfer Admission Guarantee with LAVC

 

LAVC Career/Transfer Center, Adm. 126

 

CSUN Representative:

Paulette Robbins

(818) 677-4857

paulette.robbins@csun.edu

 

UC DAVIS

 

TRANSFER ADMISSION AGREEMENT

 

TAA

 

 

 

To write a TAA requires the completion of:

 

       30 UC-transferable semester (or 45 quarter) units

 

       2.8 – 3.1 GPA (dependent upon major)

 

You have time to attend summer session to reach 30 units or to raise your GPA if needed.

 

Majors excluded from TAAs:

Exploratory, Undeclared - Life Sciences, Undeclared - Fine Arts, Humanities, Physical Sciences or Social Sciences.

 

 

 

 

Submit your TAA to UC Davis for Fall, beginning September 5 of the previous year, until limits are reached, no later than Sept. 29.

 

 

See LAVC counselor to write your TAA

 

http://admissions.ucdavis.edu/taa/index.cfm

 

TAA Contact at UC Davis:

Mitsuko Leonard

 

LAVC Career/Transfer Center, Adm. 126

 

UC Davis Rep:

Nancy Alderete

(818) 830-2067

npsaenz@ucdavis.edu

 

 

UC IRVINE

 

PRELIMINARY ADMISSION-IN-THE-FIELD

 

PAIF

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

You may be eligible for admission to UCI through PAIF if you meet all three of the following requirements:

 

       Completion of 60 transferable semester units (90 quarter units) by the end of the quarter prior to your enrolling at UCI, and attainment of at least the minimum GPA specified by the major you have chosen (refer to the guidelines).

 

       Completion of the minimum UC transfer eligibility requirements in English (two courses) and transferable mathematics (one course). The mathematics and first English course must be completed at the time of your preliminary admission notification. The second English course must be completed by end of Spring for following Fall and by end of Summer for following Winter.

 

       Completion of all course prerequisites for whichever of the following majors you have chosen to pursue at UCI - Applied Ecology (not available in Fall 2006), Biological Sciences, Chemistry, Computer Science, Earth and Environmental Sciences, Engineering (all majors), Information and Computer Sciences, Mathematics, or Physics - prior to enrolling at UCI.

 

NOTE: The majors in Arts and Humanities, Dance, Humanities and Arts, Humanities Interdisciplinary, and Music do not participate in the PAIF program for Fall 2006 and Winter 2007.

 

Make an appt with a UCI admissions counselor at the UCI campus. The meeting should be scheduled sometime during the six weeks prior to the closing of the priority filing period for the quarter you wish to enter UCI.

Winter 2007 - Will close on August 31, 2006


Fall 2007 - Will close on Nov. 30, 2006

 

 

Before you can meet with a UCI admissions counselor about the review of your application materials for PAIF, you must accomplish the three following tasks:

- Review the "Selection Guidelines" chart to determine if you qualify to proceed with your PAIF application.

- Submit an online application and Personal Statement for Fall quarter and print a copy for UCI.

-Enter a 07 code (which signifies PAIF) in the "Transfer Admission Program" section of your admission application.

 

http://www.admissions.uci.edu/paif.html

 

Contact UCI's Office of Admissions and Relations with Schools at (949) 824-6703 to set up an appointment with a UCI Admissions Counselor. Be sure to mention that you are interested in setting up a Remote PAIF appointment.

 

Go to http://www.universityofcalifornia.edu/admissions/undergrad_adm/apply/download.html, complete an online application, and print a copy for UCI.

 

UC Irvine Rep:

Sylvia Franceware

(949) 824-7807

france@uci.edu

 

 

 

 

UC MERCED

 

TRANSFER ADMISSION GUARANTEE

 

TAG

 

Requirements will be available on www.assist.org.

 

N/A

Fill out the UC Merced TAG Request for Student Information available in the Career/Transfer Center, Adm. 126 and contact the UC Merced Rep.

 

www.assist.org

(UCM Articulation Agreement)

 

UC Merced Rep:

Dustin Noji

(209) 381-6314

dnoji@ucmerced.edu

 

UC SANTA BARBARA

 

TRANSFER ADMISSION AGREEMENT

 

TAA

 

 

The TAA includes all majors in the College of Letters and Science excluding Computer Science, B.A., Dance, B.A., and majors with B.F.A. or B.Music objectives.

 

 

 

 

 

UC SANTA BARBARA

 

TAA

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The College of Engineering offers a TAA for the following majors:

 

B.S. Comp. Science,

B.S. Comp. Engineering,

B.S. Chemical Engineering,

B.S. Electrical Engineering,

B.S. Mechanical Engineering

 

 

To qualify for UCSB Transfer Admission Agreement, you must:

 

1. Apply for admission to UCSB during the priority application filing period (November 1-30).

 

2. Complete the required courses in English composition (two courses designated as UC-E on the UC-Transferable Course Agreement) and mathematics (one course designated as UC-M on the UC-Transferable Course Agreement) with C grades or better by the end of fall for following fall admission.                         

 

3. Before transfer, complete at least 60 UC-transferable semester units by the end of spring for following fall admission.

 

4. Before transfer, complete four courses selected from among at least two of the following three areas with C grades or better in each course by the end of spring for following fall admission:

 

a) Arts and Humanities (designated UC-H on the UC-Transferable Course Agreement)

 

 

 

b) Behavioral and Social Sciences (UC-B on the UC-Transferable Course Agreement)

 

c) Biological and Physical Sciences (UC-S on the UC-Transferable Course Agreement)

 

5. Complete the last 30 of your 60 or more UC-transferable semester units in residence at your current community college or at any California community college.

 

6. Earn a minimum GPA of 3.00 in all UC-transferable course work completed by the end of fall for following fall admission.  Students must maintain a minimum

 

GPA of 3.0 through the end of spring.

 

7. For the TAA, some majors in the College of Letters and Science may require additional completion of specific major preparation course work.

 

To qualify for the UCSB TAA, you must apply for admission to UCSB during the application filing period for Fall. Applications are due by November 30th of the previous year.

 

Apply for admission to UCSB during the application filing period for Fall (November 1-30).

There is no additional paperwork to submit to

qualify for this agreement.

 

 

http://www.admissions.ucsb.edu/prospective/index.asp?context=prospective_transfer

 

www.assist.org

(UCSB Articulation Agreement)

 

LAVC Career/Transfer Center, Adm. 126

 

UC Santa Barbara Rep:

Camila Acosta

(805) 893-2400

camila.acosta@sa.ucsb.edu

 

 

UC SANTA CRUZ

 

GUARANTEED ADMISSION FOR TRANSFER ENTRY

 

GATE

 

To apply for the GATE Program, students must:

 

       have completed a minimum of 30 UC-transferable semester units (45 quarter units) of course work at the time of application

 

       have fewer than 20 semester units (30 quarter units) completed at a four-year institution

 

       have at least a 3.0 GPA

 

be enrolled at a participating California community college.

 

 

 

 

UCSC will accept TAAs for the GATE Program for the Fall Quarter only, between August 1 and October 15, for the following Fall.

 

See LAVC counselor to write an application for GATE

 

LAVC Career/Transfer Center, Adm. 126

 

UC Santa Cruz Rep:

Cesar Flores

(805) 964-0733

(831) 459-4008

Admissions6@ucsc.edu

 

 

UC RIVERSIDE

 

TRANSFER ADMISSION GUARANTEE

 

TAG

 

The Transfer Admission Guarantee is available for all majors in the College of Natural and Agricultural Sciences, the majors of Computer Science and Information Systems in the Bourns College of Engineering, and all majors in the College of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences with the exception of Art (Studio).

 

 

 

 

 

 

UC RIVERSIDE

 

TRANSFER ADMISSION GUARANTEE

 

TAG

 

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A UC Riverside Transfer Counselor will write your TAG contract when you have met the following criteria as a California community college student:

       Be a U.S. citizen, Permanent Resident or AB540 qualified. Because of the complexity of international academic records, students on visas are not eligible for TAG.

   All course work must be completed at a California community college with no gaps in your education. Although UC Riverside accepts course work from other colleges and universities, we write TAG contracts for students with course work taken exclusively at California community colleges.

   Have at least 30 semester (45 quarter) UC-transferable units with a GPA as required for your intended major as shown below.

You must complete all the mathematics and English courses required for UC eligibility with a grade C or better in each course by the following schedule:

Fall Admission: complete courses by the previous spring term
Winter Admission: complete courses by the previous summer term

Major-Specific Requirements for TAG:

       Majors in the College of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences (other than Business Administration), require a minimum 2.8 GPA.

 

       Business Administration requires a minimum 3.0 GPA and completion of at least 4 of the 7 (out of 10) UC Riverside-required courses with grades C or better with no course repeats in progress or planned to replace D or less grades.

       Majors in the College of Natural and Agricultural Sciences require a minimum 3.0 GPA and completion of all required courses necessary to satisfy selection criteria for any selecting major with a grade of C or better in each course.

       Majors in Computer Science and Information Systems in the Bourns College of Engineering require a minimum 3.0 GPA and completion of the entire sequence of transferable calculus and C+ or C++ language courses with B grades or better.

 

Apply when you have met the

reqs.

You can make an appointment to meet with a UC Riverside Transfer Counselor to discuss both your eligibility to the University and your eligibility to the TAG program.

 

 

http://my.ucr.edu/prospective/tag.aspx

 

LAVC Career/Transfer Center, Adm. 126

 

UC Riverside Rep:

Ricardo Vargas

(951) 827-2379

ricardo.vargas@ucr.edu

 

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