The new joint transfer program from the California Community Colleges and the California State Universities makes it easier for students like you to transfer between the two school systems. For the first time in California history, community college students who complete a new AA-T or AS-T will be guaranteed admission to the California State University (CSU) system. With this new degree, you have the opportunity to complete two degrees with only 120 units if you apply and are admitted into a similar degree program.
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The UC Transfer Admission Guarantee (TAG) program offers qualified California Community College students guaranteed admission to one of the six participating UC campuses. At some campuses this may include early review of your academic records, early admission notification, and specific guidance about major preparation and general education coursework.
See the information below and consider attending a TAG workshop to learn more about requirements and how to apply! See our Summer & Fall 2015 TAG Workshop Schedule.
When and how to apply for TAG:
Each UC campus has very specific TAG requirements that you can learn more about by visiting the links below. You might be eligible for a TAG if you meet these basic requirements in addition to the campus specific criteria:
Click the campus names below to view TAG requirements:
Arizona State University (ASU) offers guaranteed admission to Mt. SAC students who meet the requirements listed below. To learn more and to complete the sign-up form for the Guaranteed Program for Admission visit https://transfer.asu.edu/CAguarantee.
Students may sign up for the Guaranteed Program for Admission at any point while attending a participating California community college. If you sign up to participate in the program, you will be admitted to the university if you earned a high school diploma or a GED with a score of 500 or more, plus one of the following:
Western Oregon University's TAG guarantees admission to Mt. SAC students who meet the requirements listed below. To learn more visit WOU's admissions for California students page.