Career/Transfer Center offers virtual services. It is never too early to begin to explore your major options and plan your transfer to a four-year college/university.
In the fall of 2022, UCLA will guarantee up to four years of housing in university-owned residences for incoming freshmen and two years for transfer students. The move fulfills a long-held aspiration that campus leaders first articulated in a student housing master plan in 1986.
The Robert N. Chang Foundation, the scholarship was established in 2002 at San Jose City College(SJCC) to assist motivated students from underrepresented backgrounds to achieve higher education. Each year, the scholarship is awarded to approximately six SJCC transfer students. Award Amount: Up to $5,000 per year for up to two years.
To learn more and apply, please check on the links.
The deadline to apply is
4 pm, Thursday, April 28, 2022
Transfer Alliance Project (TAP) at UC Berkeley.
The Transfer Alliance Project (TAP) is a highly successful academic advising and enrichment program that serves students from historically underrepresented and non-traditional backgrounds in higher education who have an interest in transferring to UC Berkeley as well as other baccalaureate-granting institutions.
This amazing program is currently recruiting community college students who identify as Undocumented, Former Foster Youth, and/or Formerly Incarcerated.
If you are interested in applying for this program contact Luis Yataco, via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
and submitting the following interest form:
SJCC Scholars did you know that SJCC is a proud partner with UC Davis TOP program
Are you interested in Transferring to UCD? Schedule with Jackie Nguyen our TOP Partner for support and assistance.
CSU Humboldt has changed their name to CalPoly Humboldt. They are still open for admissions for Fall 2022. There’s
still time to apply to Cal Poly Humboldt. The new deadline to apply for Fall
2022, is April 1, 2022. CP Humboldt strongly encourages students to apply by February 28,
so they have time to submit their application for housing and stay on track for
Click on CSU to apply
GET READY FOR NEXT STEPS at SJSU:
Newly admitted students in transition to SJSU can sign up to learn and understand the "Next Steps" in the enrollment process, we they are are hosting a series of workshops for admitted transfer students so they may learn about the intent to enroll process to SJSU for Fall 2022.
Weekly Next Steps presentations will be held from mid-March through late April leading up to the May 1, 2022 Intent To Enroll deadline. The session will be held for admitted transfer students only.
Join live via Zoom meetings to learn more at our Next Steps Intent to Enroll process.
These live Next Steps Presentations are hosted by SJSU Admissions Counselors and Undergraduate Evaluations team and will cover:
Registration is required for these events. Links to register are below and can be found on our Student Outreach and Recruitment events page as well. The schedule of dates are:
Thursday March 24, 2022
Next Steps for Transfers
5:30 pm - 6:30 pm
Friday March 25, 2022
11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Tuesday March 29, 2022
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Thursday April 7, 2022
Friday April 22, 2022
Tuesday April 26, 2022
Friday April 29, 2022
Reminder: The deadline for admitted students to complete the "Next Steps - Intent to Enroll" process for Fall 2022 is May 1, 2022. Students must continue to monitor their MySJSU to-do list and complete any actions by the deadlines posted to keep their admission for Fall 2022.
Need help with the UC application? Online virtual presentations are available for step by step assistance
Need help with your personal insight questions?
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Learn more about presenting yourself on the UC application?
Need help with Cal State Apply? Please check our Calendar for upcoming workshop dates
Learn how to apply using the CSU Mini Videos
View Lezra's 2-hour video and learn how to apply to the CSU
Do's and Don'ts for CSU application
Need help with the Common Application?
Watch this Common Application how-to video
Link to Common Application
Common App College Report (link to document)
Common App Midterm Report (link to document)
Request an official SJCC transcript through Credentials Inc. https://www.credentials-inc.com/tplus/ ALUMTRO001282
Some schools may require a Transfer College Report. Please check on the website of each private school to confirm. If they require this report, follow the directions below. If you need advising on applying to schools, please contact the Transfer Center.
Download the "Common App College Report." Save it to your computer. (PDF, DOC, and DOCX formats are accepted). Fill out the top section that includes your name and Common App ID (available in the upper right-hand corner of the application).
Prepare (on a separate sheet of paper) a list of all colleges and their mailing addresses.Email the College Report and list of colleges/addresses to Maria Beronilla in Admissions and Records.
Email: Maria.Beronilla@sjcc.eduAdmissions & Records will complete the form and send it back to you upon completion
Other Common Application forms requesting midterm grades (such as "Midterm Report" and "Final Year Report"), high school information, or counselor statement CANNOT be completed by the A&R Office and should NOT be included with the transcript request form as they will not be completed or sent. The student is responsible for contacting the appropriate individuals for completion of those forms. Not all schools require these other forms. Some of these forms can be uploaded into the common app. Check with each university on your list on procedure.
The intersegmental Transfer Center Pilot Program (Fall 1985-Fall 1989) was initiated as a means of bringing form to the transfer function on community college campuses and as a cooperative means of improving transfer to the University of California (UC), California State University (CSU), and the independent colleges and universities statewide.
The 1985 State Budget included 3.37 million dollars to fund the first year of a three-year pilot program in which the California Community Colleges (CCC), University of California (UC) and the California State University (CSU) would cooperate to establish up to twenty Transfer Centers. In 1985-86, an intersegmental Transfer Center Pilot Program was initiated at twenty community colleges and universities. San José City College was included in this group.
With great passion, preparation, a strong state initiative and vital work to be done, in 1986, Miss Zenolia (Zee) Gibson, Transfer Director/Counselor, established the formal operation of the Career/Transfer Center. With the increase of funding and the passage of AB 1725, the expansion and support for transfer centers occurred across the state of California.
Our founder and retired former Director/Counselor, Miss Zee Gibson was a great part of this historical process. The SJCC Career/Transfer Center is extremely fortunate to have a well established transfer program created under Zee’s direction. On July 1, 2022, the Career Transfer Center will celebrate its 36th birthday. Thank You, Zee!You are an amazing leader, educator, mentor, and great advocate for student success. We hold you in the highest regard. THANK YOU.
Based on participation in Career/Transfer Center activities students will be able to:
The Career/Transfer Center is committed to supporting our students in achieving their educational life goals by promoting their academic career development and transfer to a four-year institution. To achieve this, we provide quality and comprehensive resources, activities, and services that foster equity, life-long learning and career/transfer success.
The California State University (CSU) Admission Cycle Begins on: Friday, October 1, 2022.
The Fall 2022 extended filing deadline for some campuses:
CSU College weeks Transfer Fair recording:
Please find help with the CSU Apply transfer guide and the CSU Transfer Application presentation. Please find workshop dates here & Apply to the CSU. Need more time to work on the CSU application? Watch step-by-step CSU application video shorts to guide you through each section.
UC College Transfer Fair Week Recording:
https://ccctransfer.org/transfer-days-college-nights-2020-uc-campus-weeks/ UC Application Steps to apply:
Apply to the University of California. Have questions, or still need help meeting the deadline contact your drop in counselor today or the Transfer Center staff.
Carol Vasquez: email@example.com
Rachel Hagan: firstname.lastname@example.org
SJCC is a UC Davis Transfer Opportunity Program (TOP) Partner.
Online Student Resources for Transfer Students Connect with your Transfer advisor today
UCD online advising contact Jackie Nguyen
UCSC online advising contact Monica Galvan
SJSU online advising contact Julio Ortega
UCB online advising contact Johnny Leon
SFSU online advising contact Tony Flores
GCU online advising contact Chris Talal
CSUEB online advising contact Carmen Crum
UCSB online advising contact Adra Bowman
UCLA online advising contact Erika Perez
NU online advising contact Janine Johnson
In-Person & Online Hours of Operation, with Coordinator Carol Vasquez:
9:30 am - 11 am
9:30 am - 11:30 am
1:30 - 2 pm
3:30 pm - 5 pm
9:30 am -11:30 am
3:30 pm - 4:30 pm
1:30 pm - 2:30 pm
Click on the link to set up an online appointment with Carol Vasquez for
Or send an email to:
To set up an appointment with Career/Transfer Counselor, Rachel Hagan, click on the link below:
For question, send an email to:
Interim Career/Transfer Center Counselor Major Advising Specialization includes: Nursing/ Health/BioScience & Pathway to Law