Transfer Planning

Transfer Planning

Transfer to the University of California

Important Announcements

5/14/14: Update on UC's July 1 Transcript Deadline for Fall 2014 Transfers (Read more)

 

The University of California is home to more than 222,000 students and, annually, welcomes more than 14,000 California community college transfer students.  

 

The University of California has nine undergraduate campuses plus the UC San Francisco, which offers professional programs and graduate degrees.  Its academic offerings span 150 disciplines, with more departments ranked in the top 10 nationally than any other public or private university.

 

If you are planning to transfer to the UC you should become familiar with the requirements for admission, general education, major preparation, and selective majors.  You should select courses at De Anza College that will make you eligible and competitive for admission as a transfer.

 

There are transfer tools and tips available on the UC Transfer Admission Web site.  The site explains what you need to do to transfer and how you can choose course that will maximize your chances of being admitted to the UC.

 

Students are advised to consult with a De Anza College counselor or academic adviser as early as possible to confirm your choice of classes and to develop an education plan for transfer.

 

Visit the Meet with a Counselor page to view the academic services available through the De Anza College Counseling & Advising Center or stop by the Counseling & Advising Center located on the 2nd floor of the Student & Community Services Building during hours of operation.

 

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Disclaimer:  The final responsibility for successful transfer rests with the student.  The information posted on the De Anza College Transfer Planning Web site is designed to assist you in obtaining the most accurate information possible.  However, this information is subject to change without notice, which may subsequently impact your admission to the University.

Students are encouraged to meet as early as possible and periodically with a counselor or academic adviser both at De Anza College and at the transfer institution to confirm your choice of classes and to develop an education plan for transfer.



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Last Updated: 5/19/14