Day & Time
Monday September 17
Register for the event at the red canopy to win one of our gift baskets (contains $50 ARC College Store gift card & university bling).
Colleges & Universities Attending*
*This is a list was last updated on 08/23/2018
|CSU, East Bay|
|CSU, San Francisco|
|CSU, San Jose|
|CSU, San Marcos|
|UC, Los Angeles|
|UC, San Diego|
|UC, Santa Barbara|
|UC, Santa Cruz|
Columbia University Workshop
Are you interested in transferring to Columbia University? Learn more about the programs & services offered, requirements, and their application process.
4:00pm-5:00pm Community Room #4
UC Davis & UC Riverside Present "Transfer Admission Guarantee" Workshop Attend this workshop to learn about the UC Transfer Admission Guarantee (TAG). This workshop will also cover how to create your UC Transfer Admissions Planner 2:00pm-3:00pm Community Room #4
"Transfer to Berkeley" Workshop Interested in transferring to Berkeley. Have questions? UC Berkeley's representative will hosting a workshop to present on admission to Berkeley and answer questions. 2:30pm-3:30pm Davies Room #112
How to make the most of Transfer Day
Research prospective colleges and universities prior to Transfer Day.
Do your transfer homework early. After learning which colleges and universities will be participating, take time to research a prospective school's majors, programs of study, housing options, financial aid, scholarships, student life, student support services and other information you can find online.
Come prepared with a list of questions.
Be sure to write down any questions you think of while doing your research, especially if you are unable to find the answers online. One of the benefits of Transfer Day is that university representatives are available in person to answer your questions and to provide insight and materials to help you determine if the university meets your needs and interests.
Remember to bring the basics.
Although many participating schools have provided complimentary supplies to students in the past, we recommend that you bring a pen or pencil and a notepad or tablet device, and a bag to carry the college brochures and materials you'll pick up.