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Learn more about UCLA, the admission process for transfer students and ask questions during the webinar. The presentation session is designed primarily for students attending a CA community college.

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Transfer Workshops

  • Transfer 101
  • I've Been Admitted, Next Steps
  • I've Been Denied, Next Steps
  • Ready, Set, Apply
  • UC Transfer Admission Guarantee (TAG)
  • CSU Application
  • UC Application
  • UC Personal Inquiry Questions

 

  • Financing Your Transfer Education Workshop:  Transferring to a 4-year university can sound expensive!  Learn how to transfer your financial aid to your new school and learn how to figure out the true cost of your transfer school while discovering various ways to cover those expenses.

     

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    Transfer 101 Workshop:  This workshop will discuss important information for students who are interested in transferring to four-year universities.  It will detail what the admission requirements are, what are some of the things you need to consider when choosing a four-year university and what are some key recommendations to ensure you transfer successfully.

     
    Thursday, June 9th:  4 - 5:30
    Wednesday, June 22nd:  11 - 12:30
     

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    Honors/TAP & TAG Benefits:  This workshop is design for students who might be interested in learning more about how to increase their chances of admissions into UCLA and other UC’s. Students will learn about TAG (Transfer Admission Guarantee) to one of the participating UC Campuses. We will review the Honors Program Requirements and benefits, the Transfer Alliance Program (TAP) and the UC TAG requirements. If you are planning to transfer to a UC campus, you will learn how these programs can increase your chances of admissions.

     
    Tuesday, June 14th:  3:30 - 5
     

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    UC TAG (Transfer Admission Guarantee):  Why be uncertain about admissions when you can have guaranteed admission?  This workshop is for students who will be applying for admissions to UC schools for fall 2023.  Topics will include:

    • UC TAG-specific requirements by campus
    • Who is eligible to submit a TAG application
    • Review the timeline and how to access the application
    • TAG benefits

     

    Wednesday, June 15th:  10 - 11:30

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    Honors Orientation:  This workshop is design for students who are part of the Honors Program or would like to learn more about the Honors program. We will review the specific Honors Program requirements and the Honors Contract. We will also discuss the requirements and benefits of TAP (Transfer Alliance Program).

     
    Tuesday, June 7th:  11 - 12:30
    Thursday, June 23rd:  1 - 2:30
     

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    I've Been Admitted, Next Steps:  This workshop provides information to students who have been admitted to a College or university and will discuss specific steps to consider before committing or submitting the student intention to register.  It will also discuss important deadlines for recently admitted students and how to deal to transition into the new school.

     
     

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    I've Been Denied, Next Steps:  This workshop is designed to help students  who were denied admissions from a four-year University.  We will discuss what you need to know, what action you can take and whether you should appeal the decision.  We will also provide guidelines on what steps you can take in the future.

    Watch our Transfer Workshop video: I've Been Denied, What Now?

     

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    Ready, Set - Am I Ready To Apply?:  This workshop is design for student who have completed 30 units or more and would like to learn more about the application process and timeline for CSU/UC and Private/Independent school
    • UC TAG (Transfer Admission Guarantee) specific requirements by Campus
    • Benefits
    • Who is eligible to submit a TAG application
    • Review the specific timeline and how to access the application
     
    Thurs. June 23rd  3 - 4:30 
     

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    CSU Application:  This workshop is designed for students who will be submitting their CSU Admissions Application for fall 2022.  The workshop will go over each sections of the application, beginning with how to create an account and will cover the different parts of the application and specific recommendations.  Students will have a chance to ask questions as well.

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    UC Application:  This workshop is designed for student who will be submitting a UC Admissions Application for fall 2022.  The workshop will go over every section of the application, beginning with how created an account and the different parts of the application, including specific

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    UC Personal Inquiry Questions:  This workshop will review and go over the Personal Inquiry Questions.  The facilitator will go over specific suggestions and recommendations.  We will go over examples of strong and weak essays.

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  • UCLA Transfer Admission Presentations

    Learn more about UCLA, the admission process for transfer students and ask questions during the webinar. The presentation session is designed primarily for students attending a CA community college. The one-hour long session is hosted by a UCLA Undergraduate Admission representative. 


College Representative Meetings

Meet with a college admissions representative from UC, CSU, and private universities.

COC University Center Programs

Resources for transfer to a bachelor's degree program offered through the University Center.

California State University (CSU)

Resources for transfer to the California State University system.

University of California (UC)

Resources for transfer to the University of California system.

Private

Articulation agreements between College of the Canyons and private colleges and universities.

Out-of-State

Articulation agreements between College of the Canyons and out-of-state colleges and universities, including Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU).