---The CSU application priority filing period for Fall 2019 transfer applicants is October 1, 2018 - November 30, 2018.

---To apply to a CSU for Fall 2019 please visit:

---Make sure to attend a Fall 2019 CSU application workshop and an Application Assistance  
Open Lab. For dates and times of the CSU Application Workshops and Open Labs, click here.


---The UC application filing period for Fall 2019 transfer applicants is November 1-30, 2018.

---To apply, logon to

---Make sure to attend a Fall 2019 UC application workshop, a UC Personal Insight Questions Workshop and an Application Assistance Open Lab. For dates and times of the above workshops and Open Labs, click here.

***If you submitted a TAG for fall 2019, please do not forget to also submit the UC application for undergraduate admission by November 30, 2018


To apply for admission to LMU for Fall 2019 complete and submit the Common Application at (OR) the LMU online application at

Deadlines for Transfer Applicants:

November 1, 2018 – Early Priority admission and TAG deadline for Fall 2019

March 15, 2019 – Regular admission decision deadline for Fall 2019
***For assistance, attend a Common Application Workshop in January 2019.


Students applying for admission to the 2019-2020 academic year are required to submit the Common Application and the USC Writing Supplement, both of which can be accessed at:

---USC application deadline is February 1, 2019.

Please be aware the following majors/programs have a December 1, 2018 application deadline:

  • Writing for Screen and Television in the School of Cinematic Arts; all programs in the School of Dramatic Arts; Kaufman School of Dance and the Thornton School of Music

***For assistance, attend a Common Application Workshop in January 2019.

The 2019-2020 FAFSA and California Dream Act Application is here! It will be available starting October 1, 2018. Apply Early!!!

Completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) or the California Dream Act application (if you are an AB540 student) is the first step toward applying and getting federal aid for college. The FAFSA priority deadline for the 2019-2020 academic year is March 2, 2019.

***Please make sure to list all UC, CSU, and Private/Out-of-State institutions for which you are planning to apply.

To begin your FAFSA application, go to  To begin your California Dream Act application or for more information about the types of financial aid Dream Act students can access, please see the California Student Aid Commission's website at

For assistance with your FAFSA or CA Dream Act Application and for more information about Financial Aid click here: 

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): Tuesdays (10-11am) & Thursdays (11am-12pm)
Rene Lozano (SSC 102G): Wednesdays (4-5:30pm)
Lesley Meza (SSC 108B): Mondays (11am-12pm) & Thursdays (9-9:45pm)
Rousana Miranda (SSC 108F): Tuesdays (8-9am) & Thursdays (8-8:45am)
Atheneus Ocampo (SSC 102A): Tuesdays (12-1pm) & Thursdays (10:30-11:30am)

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); 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.