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Transfer Students who intend to earn an AA/AS or AA-T/AS-T degree should file the Intent to Graduate form as of January 5, 2015 through February 13, 2015 in the Admissions Office. 

**Please note AA-T / AS-T applicants should submit their Intent to Graduate form ASAP! Please see a counselor to determine if you are eligible for an Associates Degree in Transfer. 


If you applied for the Fall 2015 semester/quarter there is an application update/supplemental application required for the following universities: 


The UC Transfer Academic Update will be available on January 7, 2015 and the priority deadline to complete the Academic Update is
January 31, 2015. Note: UC Berkeley requires its applicants to complete additional forms, available on the MyBerkeleyApplication website Login instructions will be emailed to you in January. 

You are required to update your final grades from the Fall 2014 term and list all your in progress or planned coursework through Summer 2015. Your updates will ensure UC campuses have the most current academic information available. 

You must log in to your UC application at and complete the Transfer Academic Update, even if you do not have any in-progress or planned coursework and your record of course grades was complete in your original application.  


The deadline to complete the CSULB Supplemental Application for Transfer Applicants is February 3, 2015.  To complete your supplemental application go to:

Transfer applicants are required to submit a supplemental application including their progress in completing CSU minimum 
requirements, major specific lower division preparation coursework and the transfer AA-T or AS-T degree, if applicable.
Note: Applicants are encouraged to complete the supplemental application even if they haven’t completed all lower division major preparation.


The deadline to complete the SDSU Transfer Supplemental Application is January 23, 2015.

Transfer applicants must submit a supplemental application, which is available in the SDSU WebPortal at This step is not optional. Please be advised your admission to SDSU 
will be based on the information you provide on the supplemental application.

***Get help completing the UC Transfer Academic Update, the CSULB Supplemental Application for Transfer Applicants 
and/or the SDSU Transfer Supplemental Application at either of the following Open Labs: Tuesday, January 13, 2015 from 1-3pm in Humanities 103 or Wednesday, January 28, 2015 from 3-5pm in the Library Basement 10.


Join us for a fun-filled academic tour to the following Northern California Universities: UC Merced, UC Santa Cruz, UC Berkeley, and UC Davis. If you are interested in attending the Northern Cal University Tour you should pick up an application in the Transfer Center (located in the Student Services Center, 1st floor in the Counseling Department) OR
click here to print a copy.

Submit your completed application by 1:00 p.m. on Friday, February 13, 2015 to Blanca Prado in SSC 108L. For more information, call us at (310) 660-3593 x3408 or x6137.


USC uses the Common Application exclusively. Students interested in applying for admission to the 2015-2016 academic year are required to submit the Common Application and the USC Supplement, both of which can be accessed at:

Application deadline is February 1, 2015.

Please note the following majors have a December 1, 2014 deadline:

  • Writing for Screen and Television in the School of Cinematic Arts
  • B.F.A. program in the School of Dramatic Arts
  • Thornton School of Music


Early Priority deadline for transfer students applying for Fall 2015  -- February 1, 2015 (Applications completed by this date will receive a response by March 1).

Priority Deadline for Fall 2015 admission -- March 15, 2015

—(Applications received after these priority dates will be considered on a space-available basis)

To apply, fill out the Common Application at:

—You must also submit the LMU Common Application Supplement.


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 2014-2015 academic year is March 2, 2015. To begin your FAFSA application, go to

To apply for a Cal Grant, the 2014-2015 Dream Act Application is due by March 2, 2015. 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 a

For more general information about Financial Aid click here:

Need to see a Transfer Counselor? The Transfer Center has counseling 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 Personal Statement and discuss
TAG basic requirements.

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

                                                 ***Check back in January 2015 for Spring 2015 Walk-in Hours***

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); Communication Studies (AA-T); Early Childhood Education (AS-T); Elementary Teacher Education (AA-T); English (AA-T); Geography (AA-T); Geology (AS-T); History (AA-T); Journalism (AA-T);
Mathematics (AA-T); Physics (AS-T); Political Science (AA-T); Psychology (AA-T); Sociology (AA-T); Studio Art (AA-T); & Theatre Arts (AA-T). More majors are forthcoming...

**If you have any questions call us at 310.660.3593 x3481 or x5481.

 Last Published 3/30/15