Transfer Center Monthly Events
Important Dates and Information
Transfer Counselor Appointments
Individual Representative Appointments
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Calender of All Transfer Center Events -- Text Version
Transfer Center Monthly Events:
Personal Statement Draft Review
We offer an option to have our transfer counselor review your personal statement and get feedback before you submit your application. All you need is a hard copy of your personal statement with your Full Name and Student I.D. #. Come drop it off at the front desk of the Transfer Center beginning: Accepting October 1st - November 25th .
It is recommended that you meet with your Academic Counselor to develop your Student Educational Plan and follow-up with your counselor each semester to stay on track and informed of any curriculum changes. Transfer Center Counselors are also available to offer guidance in transferring to a four-year university or college. Transfer counselors can assist you with selecting a transfer institution, UC Transfer Admission Guarantees, transferring to an Independent/Private or Out-of-State school, general transfer-related questions and special transfer circumstances.
Fall Transfer Counselor Availability: Appointments are available on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and some Fridays. To schedule an appointment with a Transfer Counselor, please visit the front counter or call the Transfer Center.
Spring Transfer Counselor Availability: TBA
Please Note: Transfer Counselor appointments are not available during the summer.
Individual Representative Appointments:
On an ongoing basis in both Fall and Spring semesters, we offer individual appointments with the various local college representatives. To make an appointment, please come by the Transfer Center, located on the second floor of the Student Center Building (714) 484-7129. Please Note: Students may only sign-up a maximum of 30 days in advance. Please check back monthly for updated listings.
COUN 160 C, College/University Transition
1 unit course recommended to all students planning to transfer
COUN 160HC, Honors University Transition
unit course required for all students admitted to the Honors Program
Please note students should take only one (1) of the above courses; duplicate credit is not granted if both classes are taken.
ENGL 108C, Writing the Personal Statement
.5 unit course taught during the month of October
Apply to the Honors Program
Join other highly motivated students in Honors Classes. Students who complete the Honors Program and meet all major transfer requirements will have priority consideration for admission to specific four-year institutions.
Various tours are offered each semester to local university campuses. To sign-up, please come by the Transfer Center, located on the second floor of the Student Center Building (714) 484-7129.
No University Tours are scheduled at this time. Please check with the Transfer Center for any changes or additional events.
Transfer Fairs are offered periodically in order to provide students with the opportunity to meet with local university representatives in a fair-like atmosphere. Representatives can answer general questions about the universities and the programs that they offer as well as provide students with brochures and information. No appointments are necessary for students to attend Transfer Fairs. For answers to specific questions, students should make an appointment with a university representative (refer to Individual Representative schedule
SCHEC Transfer Fair: March 10, 2015
( University representatives, please contact Rebeca Laveaga, Student Services Specialist,
for details on how to RSVP to attend a Transfer Fair at (714) 484-7129)
Space is limited. RSVP's are requested from universities that would like to attend a Transfer Fair.
Transfer Celebration : Held in May TBA
Ashford University Table Visit
Brandman University Table Visit
Grand Canyon University Table Visit
Hope International University Table Visit
National University Table Visit
Trinity Law School Table Visit
Table visits are offered periodically in order to provide students with the opportunity to meet with local university representatives. Representatives can answer general questions about the universities and the programs that they offer as well as provide students with brochures and information. No appointments are necessary.
All table visits are located in front of the CC Complex. Please see Transfer Center Monthly Events for details.