What is Cross Enrollment?

The Cross Enrollment Program is for current College of Alameda students planning to transfer who would like to experience taking a course at either CSU East Bay, UC Berkeley, Mills College or Holy Names University. Depending on the campus, students can attend either at no charge or pay $46 per...

What is a Transfer Admission Guarantee?

Transfer Admission Guarantees are agreements between four-year universities and community colleges that provide students who meet certain requirements guaranteed admission. Currently students who attend a California Community College can participate in TAG programs with six UCs and nine participating Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs). For more information on the...

How many units do I need to transfer?

You will achieve full junior standing when you have completed 60 transferable semester units. The University of California and California State University requires 60 UC-transferable semester units for upper division transfer. Independent and out-of-state universities often accept students with fewer than 60 semester units. Please check the printed or online...

How do I find out about the transfer requirements of any particular school?

Information for transfer students is published in the catalog (either printed or online) of any institution. We are available to assist you in locating and using these resources. In addition, universities send representatives to our annual Transfer Day event held on our campus each fall. Representatives also visit College of...

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