Author Archives: Edwina
Beginning fall 2012, students who wish to submit a Transfer Agreement Guarantee (TAG) with UC San Diego must now have a minimum GPA of 3.5 in UC transferable courses
Senate Bill 1440, signed into law last September by former Governor Schwarzenegger, promises to create a clearer path for California community college students transferring to a California State University (CSU).
UC’s Blue + Gold Opportunity Plan has been updated to cover student and educational fees for California residents whose family earns less than $80,000 a year, up from $70,000 in 2010-2011.
LinkedIn Career Explorer is a new feature of the websiste that provides college graduates input from other LinkedIn members to help them explore careers. The data-driven feature will provide statistics, f acts, and trends regarding the job or company a student is interested in.
The language requirement of IGETC Area 6 can be fulfilled if you’ve taken two or more years of foreign language in high school, so make sure your community college has your high school transcript on file to earn IGETC certification.
Use this GPA to double check all your grades, and how your GPA factors out on applications and on your transcript.
Published on Friday, August 27th, 2010 by Edwina
Tags: california state university, college admissions, college transfer, community college, csu, CSU transfer, reform, TAG, Transfer Admissions Guarantee, transfer agreements, transfer students
The STAR Act will streamline and clarify the transfer process between CSU and CCC’s.
Published on Wednesday, August 11th, 2010 by Edwina
Tags: Blue & Gold, Blue and Gold, blue and gold opportunity plan, cal grants, college scholarships, fafsa, Financial Aid, grants, money for college, money for school, pay for school, scholarships, student aid, transfer students, university of california
Students who are interested in attending the University of California are often discouraged by rising tuition costs and fees. However, thanks to the Blue and Gold Opportunity Plan, first-year and junior-year transfer students who meet the specific eligibility requirements can have their UC tuition and fees completely covered through grants and scholarships.
Published on Thursday, August 5th, 2010 by Edwina
Tags: common application, csu admissions, csu applicants, CSU applications, csu campuses, CSU Mentor, CSU transfer, deadlines, private school applications, Private Schools, tag applications, transfer center, transferring, uc, UC Admissions, uc applicants, uc applications, uc applicatons, UC transfer, university of california
The fall 2010 semester is fast approaching, and a new batch of community college students will be applying to various schools in the hopes transferring in the following fall semester. As such, students need to be aware of specific deadlines vital to the transfer process. While not all-encompassing, here is a list of four important [...]
Published on Thursday, July 22nd, 2010 by Edwina
Tags: Career Development, college, college admissions, college major, community college transfer, Davis Center, Sacramento CC, Sacramento City College, uc, UC Davis, university of california
In early June, officials from Sacramento City College and UC Davis celebrated the groundbreaking of the Sacramento City College Davis Center at UC Davis West Village.