This joint transfer program provides students with a clear academic roadmap and streamlines the transfer process between the California Community Colleges and participating four-year colleges and universities.
To get started on your Associate in Arts for Transfer (AA-T) or Associate in Science for Transfer (AS-T) degree, please find a participating college near you and communicate directly with an admissions or transfer counselor. Check out the contact lists below for information.
California Community Colleges
We welcome you to explore the opportunities available at each of the 114 campuses in the California Community College system. Use the search function below to find one near you.
Association of Independent Colleges & Universities
The Association of Independent Colleges and Universities (AICCU) is comprised of 78 private, non-profit colleges and universities in California. Twenty-eight of these institutions will begin accepting students with an Associate Degree for Transfer in the fall 2018-19 academic year, another seven beginning spring 2019 and one more in the fall 2019-20 academic year
View a list of the participating private, non-profit colleges here, and a copy of the Memorandum of Understanding between the California Community Colleges and AICCU here.
University of California
The California Community Colleges and the University of California (UC) systems signed a joint agreement to increase the number of community college students who transfer to UC and earn their bachelor’s degree. Beginning fall 2019, the agreement guarantees admission to one of the University of California’s nine undergraduate campuses for all qualifying California community college students who complete one of the UC pathways and achieve the requisite GPA. If a community college student has an Associate Degree for Transfer that meets or exceeds the major requirements in a UC transfer pathway for the same major, it will be accepted in place of a transfer admission guarantee.
View the agreement between the California Community Colleges and the UC systems here.
California State University
The CSU system has 23 campuses across the state that accept students transferring with an Associate Degree for Transfer from a California community college. Please use the information below to learn more about our colleges and degree offerings.