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TRANSFER WORKSHOPS

All workshops are designed to provide vital information on the transfer process, university academic programs, how to fill out the CSU application, and write a personal statement. 

** Attendees can register in advance, on the day of the event, & once the workshop starts - as long as it is before the end time of the workshop. Once you register, the link to the workshop will be sent to the email you provided.

 Spring 2021 Workshops

Virtual workshop registration links will be provided on this page two weeks prior to the workshop.

Learn about CSU, UC & local private universities that are open for Winter quarter/Spring semester 2022 terms. Find out about university admissions requirements, deadlines, impacted majors, CSU local area admmissions policies, and benefits of the CSU AA/AS-T degrees. 

Who Should Attend?
  » Students looking for univerisites that accept applications for the Winter or Spring 2022 semester/quarter

Workshop Name

Date

Time

Virtual

Spring 2022 Transfer Prep Thurs. March 18 1-3pm ---
Spring 2022 Transfer Prep Wed. April 21 3-5pm ---
Spring 2022 Transfer Prep Tues. May 18 1-3pm

Learn an overview of the systems of higher education in California (CSU, UC, California Private/Independent schools) and the basics of transferring to a 4 year university/college.

Who Should Attend?
  » First-year students
  » Students with less than 30 units
  » Students who are starting the transfer process 

Workshop Name

Date

Time

Virtual

Options for Transfer Wed. March 31 3-5pm ---
Options for Transfer Thurs. April 29 1-3pm ---
Options for Transfer Mon. May 17 1-3pm

This workshop is designed to inform students about specific requirements associated with a Transfer Admissions Guarentee (TAG).

Workshop Name

Date

Time

Virtual

TAG Workshop Tues. May 11 1-3pm ---

 

  • Transfer workshops are open to all students. 

  • Times are subject to change without notice.

 

For more information, visit the Transfer Center located on the Second Floor of the Student Services Building, Room 228. Or call (310) 660-3593 Ext. 3408


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