---Effective August 1, 2017, Cal State Apply will replace CSU Mentor as the new CSU application for admission. To apply to a CSU and to find out which campuses are accepting applications for Spring 2018 please visit:

***The CSU application priority filing period for Spring 2018 is August 1 - 31, 2017.

---Make sure to attend a Spring 2018 CSU application workshop and an Application Assistance Open Lab. For dates and times of the CSU Application Workshops and Open Labs, click here

---Transfer students who intend to earn an AA-T/AS-T degree (or an AA/AS degree) this fall should file the Intent to Graduate form between Tuesday, September 5 - Thursday, October 19, 2017 in the Admissions Office.  Due to the CSU verification process for AA-T/AS-T applicants, you are encouraged to submit the Intent to Graduate form in early September.  


---The Transfer Admission Guarantee (TAG) online application filing period for Fall 2018 transfer applicants is September 1-30, 2017. Use the UC Transfer Admission Planner to complete the online TAG application at:

---You can only apply for a TAG with one of the six participating UC's: UC Davis, UC Irvine, UC Merced, UC Riverside, UC Santa Barbara, and UC Santa Cruz.
To reference the campus-specific TAG information sheets, click on the following UC campus links: UC Davis, UC Irvine, UC Merced, UC Riverside, UC Santa Barbara, UC Santa Cruz 

***Make sure to attend a TAG application Workshop/Open Lab.  For dates and times of the TAG Workshops, click here.  

If you submit a TAG for fall 2018, please do not forget to submit the online UC application for undergraduate admission between November 1-30, 2017. To apply, log on to
Please note, El Camino College has TAG's with other colleges and universities including Loyola Marymount University (LMU), Arizona State University (ASU) and various Historically Black College and Universities (HBCU's). To learn more about these TAG opportunities click here.  


The Transfer Center invites you to our Fall Transfer Day Fair on Thursday, March 22, 2018 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the El Camino College Library Lawn.  

Representatives from over 40 universities and colleges will be in attendance. To view a list of the universities and colleges attending, check back with us at the beginning of March 2018.

Need to see a Transfer Counselor? The Transfer Center has walk-in hours

Meet with a Transfer Counselor on a first-come, first-serve basis. Counseling is limited to ten minutes. During walk-in hours you will be able to ask quick transfer related questions, ask questions about the UC Personal Insight Questions; discuss TAG basic requirements and review AA-T/AS-T "Intent to Graduate" petitions (students with ECC transcripts only). 

Monica Lanier (SSC 108H): January 17, 24 (11:30am-12:30pm) 
Rene Lozano (SSC 102G): January 11, 18, 25 (11am-12pm)
Lesley Meza (SSC 108B): January 17 (11am-12pm) & 25, 29 (10-11am)
Rousana Miranda (SSC 108F): January 10, 17, 24, 31 (8-9am)
Atheneus Ocampo (SSC 102A): January 16 (12-1pm)

Note: Transcript evaluation and Education Plans are not appropriate for Transfer walk-in hours and require a counseling appointment.

The Associate Degrees for Transfer - A DEGREE WITH A GUARANTEE!!!

It is 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. 

Find out how the Associate of Arts (AA-T) & Associate of Science (AS-T) degrees can improve your admission 
opportunities to the CSU system. For more information please visit:

Degree Benefits Include: Guaranteed Bachelor's degree upon transferring when completing 60 upper division university 
units; a .1-.2 GPA bump in the CSU transferable GPA when applying to the CSU system; an opportunity to apply for winter
and spring semester/quarter admission terms. 

AA/AS-T majors currently offered at El Camino College: 
Administration of Justice (AS-T); Anthropology (AA-T); Art History (AA-T); Business Administration (AS-T); Communication Studies (AA-T); Early Childhood Education (AS-T); Economics (AA-T); Elementary Teacher Education (AA-T); English (AA-T); Geography (AA-T); Geology (AS-T); History (AA-T); Journalism (AA-T); Kinesiology (AS-T); Mathematics (AA-T); Philosophy (AA-T) - Available Spring 2016; Physics (AS-T); Political Science (AA-T); Psychology (AA-T); Sociology (AA-T); Spanish (AA-T); Studio Arts (AA-T); & Theatre Arts (AA-T). 

**If you have any questions call us at 310.660.3593 x5481.