Transfer FAQ

What are the services that Transfer Services offers?

We help you navigate all resources to browse universities and find colleges that work for you, like, to help you reach your transfer goals. We can help you with your applications to UC, CSU, Private and Out of State colleges. We also help students with TAG and TAP for UC’s. We host college reps here at DVC for you to ask any and all of your transfer questions about each campus.

How do I transfer to DVC from another college?

If you are interested in transferring to DVC from another college with credits from another college, you can find information on how to do so, including how to schedule a meeting with a DVC counselor for a transcript evaluation, from DVC’s enrollment website.

How can I retrieve my DVC transcript, old class syllabus, or old DVC login?

How do I make an appointment with a transfer college/university representative?

Schedule an appointment after viewing the college rep visit schedule. While some reps are available for drop-ins, appointments are booked through the Career and Transfer Center. Please book your appointment online or drop by during our office hours.

Who can help me figure out which courses I need to take to transfer?

Schedule an appointment with a DVC counselor via the DVC Counseling Office to map out your DVC transfer educational plan. If you have a quick question about transfer requirements, you can stop by and ask a drop-in Counselor during our open hours.

What do I need to do to transfer to a UC/CSU?

To get started on preparing for transfer, take a look at the basic requirements for transferring to a California public university.

Who can help me plan to TAG to a UC campus?

Meet with a DVC counselor ASAP to review the TAG requirements for your specific UC campus and major.

How do I apply to a UC?

First, start and complete your TAP today. You can apply for the Transfer Admission Guarantee from your UC TAP between September 1-30. You can also use your TAP for the UC application, opening on August 1. Just be sure to submit your UC Application between November 1-30.

How do I apply to a CSU?

During your application period, apply at CalStateApply. And for any technical questions, use “Cal State Apply Online Application Instructions for Transfer Admission

Where can I find the requirements for out of state and private universities?

For other out of state and private universities, your best resource is the university’s website, as most colleges have an admissions page with their requirements for transfer listed and a phone number for their admissions department. We also have information on certain private and out of state college’s articulation agreements and on our private and out of state colleges page. If you’d like help researching, drop into our office!

When do I apply for transfer?

The application dates for applying can be found here.

When can I receive assistance with my college applications?

We will be hosting a series of application labs and workshops throughout the fall term at different dates and times. You can check these dates online or drop in during our office hours for one-on-one help.

What should I do after I apply?

After you apply, make sure to follow up on additional required steps:

  • For UC applicants, check your emails! Also check UC’s timeline of things to do after you’ve applied, including the January update.
  • For CSU applicants, check your emails too! CSU campuses will be emailing you now and throughout the spring to request information or with important instructions for your next steps.

What is Transfer Day?

Transfer Day is an annual event hosted in October. 60-80 different private and public university reps will be here to answer your questions and give advice about their schools and the transfer process. Check out our Events and Workshops page for details!

What is an Associate Degree for Transfer?

Students with an AA-T or AS-T receive admission priority and are guaranteed admission with junior status to the CSU system. Students who intend to transfer are advised to refer to the catalog of the prospective transfer institution and consult a counselor. This degree may not be the best option for students planning to transfer to certain impacted CSU campuses or majors, if they are applying outside of the CSU system, or if they are not planning to transfer.