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Pathway to UC and CSU Via the California Community College s : Advising Students on the Community College Option. CSU-UC Counselor Conference 2012. This session will cover:. CSU and UC’s commitment to transfer New policies affecting CCC transfer students How transfer from the CCC works
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CSU-UC Counselor Conference 2012
Any student can benefit from starting his or her path to a public-four year degree at a California Community College
Students choosethe transfer path for many reasons:
Requires the California Community Colleges and California State University to collaborate on the creation of Associate Degrees for transfer (AA-T/AS-T).
•The Associate Degrees for Transfer includes:
All 112 California community colleges have at least two or more degrees
#1 Improve college readiness: Students should take rigorouscollege preparation courses throughout high school
Students should consider concurrent enrollment opportunities which enable students to experience college while in high school
Students should consider taking advantage of community college summer sessions following high school graduation
#2 Research your options
#3 Enroll in community college on time!
•Apply for financial aid in January of senior year
Mandatory CCC matriculation steps:
A reduction in the number of year students can receive Pell Grants
A reduction of the income allowable for maximum grant:
Students who receive aid must have:
#4 If possible, attend full time, work part time
Four strong predictors for success:
1. full-time enrollment
2. continuous enrollment
3. work no more than 15 hours per week
4. complete transfer level English and math in first year of college
Helps to utilize financial aid efficiently
#5 Students should decide on a major and campus no later than the start of sophomore year at CCC
#6 Student should be advised to work:
Support students in completing matriculation steps:
Provide introduction to the transfer process:
Transferable Coursework by College/University
Associate Degree for Transfer (STAR Act)