El Camino College has partnership programs with four-year universities to prepare, guide and support students for a successful transfer trajectory.
Students in the Honors Transfer Program at El Camino College who are applying to a major in UCLA’s College of Letters and Sciences are automatically a part of the UCLA TAP. Students will receive transfer counseling and guidance to become a competitive applicant, as well as Priority Admission Consideration upon completion of the Honors Transfer Program and the requirements of the TAP.
The Transfer Alliance Project (TAP) provides disadvantaged California Community College students with information and support services that will facilitate their transfer to the University of California at Berkeley. Students receive specific support services that enhance their transfer to the UC Berkeley. Services include:
The UCLA Center for Community College Partnerships is committed to social justice and diversity. It works to increase transfer rates and success of underserved community college populations. The center provides the following services at El Camino College:
Priority consideration for admission with the completion of a specific number of units, GPA, and courses. Priority consideration is also given for housing and for scholarships for students with a 3.30 and higher GPA.
Priority consideration for admission with the completion of a specific number of units, GPA, and courses. Priority consideration is also given for housing.