|How-To Guides for Filing Transfer Applications|
|How to File the UC Application||Information on Filing the UC TAG||How to File the Common Application|
Note: Regardless of where you're applying to transfer, you will need a copy of your transcript with you in order to file your application for transfer.
You can request an unofficial copy of your transcript be emailed to you by the Transfer and Career Center by completing this form: Request for Unofficial Transcript Copy
|ASSIST.ORG||An online student-transfer information system that shows how course credits earned at on public California college or university can be applied when transferred to another. ASSIST provides the most accurate and up-to-date information about student transfer in California: www.assist.org|
|https://www2.calstate.edu/apply/transfer||A website designed to help students and their families learn about the California State University (CSU) system. Calstate.edu assists students in planning for college, in selecting the appropriate CSU campus to attend, in planning how to finance their education, and in applying for admission: https://www2.calstate.edu/apply/transfer|
|https://admission.universityofcalifornia.edu/how-to-apply/applying-as-a-transfer/||Designed for students and their families learn about the University of California (UC) System transfer admission process: https://admission.universityofcalifornia.edu/how-to-apply/applying-as-a-transfer/|
|Dreamer-Focused Resources: Educators for Fair Consideration (E4FC)|
|University Transfer Support Programs|
|Transfer Student Success Center||The Transfer Student Success Center provides services to assist students with navigating the academic and cultural landscape of CSUMB. In collaboration with campus partners, the program connects students with success services to aid them in their academic, professional, and personal endeavors.|
|Starting Point Mentorship Program||
The Starting Point Mentorship Program (SPMP) pairs eligible community college students with current UC Berkeley student mentors that offer guidance, motivation and access to admissions, campus, and community resources. The program is specifically designed to encourage California Community College students from backgrounds that are underserved and/or "non-traditional" in higher education (re-entry students, student parents, veteran students, low income, first generation college students, underrepresented students, disabled students, etc.) and encourages all students to explore their academic potential and prepare for transfer to UC Berkeley. Mentoring is conducted through email, phone calls, campus visits, workshops, and the use of online technologies.
|CSU Guaranteed Transfer Admission, The Associate Degree for Transfer|
|The new joint transfer program from the California Community Colleges and the California
State Universities makes it easier for students like you to transfer between the two
school systems. For the first time in California history, community college students
who complete a new AA-T or AS-T will be guaranteed admission to the California State
University (CSU) system. With this new degree, you have the opportunity to complete
two degrees with only 120 units if you apply and are admitted into a similar degree
Through the new program, students who complete an AA-T or AS-T will be given a special GPA advantage when applying to CSU impacted campuses or majors.The best part of the deal? Students with an AA-T or AS-T enter the CSU system with junior standing. Students who are admitted to a program that has been deemed similar will need only 60 more semester units (or 90 quarter units) to complete a bachelor's degree.
This website is designed to explain the guarantee, and help you identify an AA-T or AS-T that might be right for you. To get started on your AA-T or AS-T, or for more information, check out a community college website, or visit a counseling office to learn about how the joint transfer program can help you achieve your education goals.
Hartnell College has over 25 AA-T/ AS-T Degrees. To view course requirements for these degrees, please consult our Catalog.
|Transfer Checklist||Whether you are just beginning your community college education, or you are in your second year, this is a good checklist to review your transfer progress and plan.|
|Scholarship Resource Guide||General Transfer Scholarship List|
|How to Calculate your CSU Transferable GPA||Students applying to a CSU campus must provide their CSU transferable GPA on the application. To calculate your transferable GPA on your own, refer to this helpful guide and presentation to assist you. [ Transferable GPA Presentation ]|
|UC Personal Insight Questions||
UC bound transfer students must answer one required question then choose 3 additional questions out of 7, for a total of 4 questions. These 4 questions are known as the Personal Insight Questions.
For more information, see links below:
|Appealing Your Admissions Decision||The appeals process is different for every university. Be sure to follow the instructions provided by the university. These instructions should tell you the appeal deadline, how to submit an appeal (online, fax, or by mail), and what documents are required (such as an appeal cover sheet, transcripts, and appeal letter/statement)|
Find important phone numbers and email addresses for CSU and UC offices, such as Admissions, Financial Aid, EOP and many others.