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“The Delta College Advantage: Transfer to a 4-year University” College Night 2009. Presenter: Debra Louie Counselor General Counseling & Career Transfer Center 954-5634 (appts.) dlouie@deltacollege.edu. California Public Higher Education Systems. UC. CSU. CCC.

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the delta college advantage transfer to a 4 year university college night 2009

“The Delta College Advantage: Transfer to a 4-year University”College Night 2009

Presenter:

Debra Louie

Counselor

General Counseling & Career Transfer Center

954-5634 (appts.) dlouie@deltacollege.edu

mission of the california community colleges
Mission of the California Community Colleges
  • Career/Technical Education
  • Transfer Preparation
  • Basic Skills
  • Economic Development
  • Community Service
delta college is a california community college working for your student s future
Delta College is a California Community College Working For Your Student’s Future
  • Open admission
  • Lowest cost of any postsecondary institution
  • Generous financial aid packages awarded to assist with college expenses
  • Support services such as EOPS, counseling, tutoring, etc., available at no cost.
  • SJ Delta – EOPS. Services & Support
  • Wide range of academic programs to choose from.
guidance counseling services
Guidance & Counseling Services
  • The Counseling Faculty provide a wide array of services, some of which include:
  • Personal, academic, transfer, and career counseling.
  • Transfer Admission Guarantees & Agreements (TAG-TAA).
  • Student Education Plans (SEP), which outline the courses a student needs to graduate & transfer.

Link to: SJ Delta Counseling

degrees programs
Degrees & Programs
  • Associate in Arts Degrees (AA)
    • 16 concentrations/majors
  • Associate in Sciences Degrees
    • 23 majors
  • Certificate Programs
    • Over 100 occupational programs

Degree and Program Requirements

delta instructional divisions
Delta Instructional Divisions
  • Applied Science & Technology
  • Business Education
  • English Language Arts
  • Family, Consumer & Health Sciences
  • Fine Arts & Communication
  • Guidance & Counseling – incl. EOPS & Disability Support Prog. & Svcs.
  • Library Services
  • Physical Education, Recreation & Athletics
  • Science & Mathematics
  • Social Sciences

Link to:

San Joaquin Delta College Academics

preparing in high school
Preparing in High School
  • Take at least 2 full years of algebra and pass with a “C” grade or higher. Submit your transcripts with grades earned.
  • Apply for admission to Delta and consider enrolling in courses while still in high school through the College Early Start Program.
  • http://www.deltacollege.edu/dept/ar/admissions/k12college.html
  • Prepare for the assessment test which the college uses to place you in reading, math, and writing courses.
  • http://www.deltacollege.edu/dept/assess/index.html
  • Attend New Student Orientation (Guid 11) and meet with a counselor
  • Make a counseling appointment
california s master plan for higher education
California’s Master Plan for Higher Education
  • The Master Plan for Higher Education has guided California public higher education for the past four decades.
  • The Plan includes the proviso that students can complete the first two years of a bachelor’s degree program at a community college and, if they meet certain requirements, be admitted to any UC or CSU campus.
  • Today, more than ever, we are committed to helping students transfer to a 4-year university and realize their dreams to achieve a higher education.
consider attending delta college if you
Consider attending Delta College if you:-
  • Have not decided on an academic or career goal
  • Have not met requirements for freshman admission
  • Are not ready to leave home
  • Want the affordability of a community college
  • Want additional academic preparation or time to explore an academic and career field.
interested in transferring then you should know
Approx. 60% of students attending a CSU are transfer students.

For the Fall 2007 term, UC admitted 90% of all CCC students that applied.

CSU Stanislaus, CSU Sacramento, UC Davis, and Pacific receive the largest number of transfer students from Delta.

Delta students are enrolled at every CSU and UC campus.

CCC transfers have the highest priority for admission than any other group.

Lower division prep at a CCC is comparable to lower division prep at a CSU/UC

Students who attend a community college will save a significant amount of money on tuition and housing.

Community college transfer students who attain the Bachelor’s degree are employed at the same rate as students who enrolled in a 4-year college as freshman.

Earnings of community college transfers and native 4-year students with a Bachelor’s degree are comparable.

Interested in transferring? Then you should know…
preparing for delta college and beyond
Preparing for Delta College and beyond
  • Develop a student education plan (SEP)
  • Meet with a counselor at least once a semester to discuss your goals and to make any changes to your plan.
  • Take English and math courses as soon as you begin your college studies.
  • Select a major and complete as many major preparation courses as possible.
4 things to remember when planning to transfer
4 Things to Remember When Planning to Transfer:
  • Admission Requirements to the University
  • Major Preparation
  • GE Requirements
  • Other campus requirements that can be completed at a community college

http://ctc.deltacollege.edu/StudentTransferInformation.html

basic csu uc and pacific transfer information

Basic CSU, UC, and Pacific transfer information

Helping students to navigate the transfer path.

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The California State University

Humboldt State University (1913) S

California State University, Chico (1887) S

Sonoma State University (1960) S

S - Semester system

Q- Quarter system

California Maritime Academy (1929) S

California State University, Sacramento (1947) S

San Francisco State University (1899) S

California State University, Hayward (1957) Q

San Jose State University (1857) S

California State University, Stanislaus (1957) (4-1-4)

California State University, Monterey Bay (1995) S

California State University, Fresno (1911) S

California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo (1901) Q

California State University, Bakersfield (1965) Q

California State University, Northridge (1958) S

California State University, Los Angeles (1947) Q

California State University, Dominguez Hills (1960) Q

California State Polytechnic University, Pomona (1938) Q

California State University, San Bernardino (1960) Q

California State University, Fullerton (1957) S

23 campuses

450,000 students

47,000 faculty/staff

CSU

California State University, Long Beach (1949) S

California State University, San Marcos (1989) S

San Diego State University (1897) S

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CSU Degree Programs

  • Bachelor
  • Master
  • Teaching Credential
  • Pre-Professional

http://www.calstate.edu/AR/prospective.shtml

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CSU TRANSFER ADMISSION:

OPTION 3 @ JUNIOR LEVEL

(also referred to as Upper Division Transfer)

  • Achievement of 2.0 grade point average or better
  • Completion of 60 or more CSU transferable semester units (preferably by spring before fall transfer)
  • of the 60 transferable semester units, you must complete 30 transferable semester units with a “C” or better in each course.

These courses may be chosen from the CSU General Education Pattern or IGETC; AND

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CSU TRANSFER ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

(JUNIOR LEVEL)

  • You must complete with a “C” or better the “Golden Four” :
  • A.1. Communication Studies 1A
  • A.2. English 1A
  • A.3. Comm. Studies 5, English 1B or English 1D, or Philosophy 30
  • B.4. Mathematics 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 10, 12, 13, 17A, 20, 22,
  • 38A, 38B, 39, Psychology 2
  • The math course must have as its prerequisite intermediate algebra or above.
csu general education pattern
CSU General Education Pattern

Students who complete the CSU GE pattern will have only 9 units of upper division GE units remaining after transferring.

California State University General Education Pattern

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http://www.assist.org/

In addition to major prep info., ASSIST provides info. about CSU transferable courses, CSU general ed. courses, and course to course equivalencies.

csu major prep articulation agreement sample
CSU Major Prep Articulation Agreement - sample

Students who complete specified major prep courses are well prepared

to enroll in upper division major courses after they transfer.

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BA/BS COMPONENTS

124 UNITS

MAJOR

36 - 80 UNITS

ELECTIVES

0 - 40 UNITS

GENERAL EDUCATION 48 UNITS

AMERICAN INSTITUTIONS

(US History & Government)

6 UNITS

csu application for admission priority filing period
CSU Application for AdmissionPriority Filing Period
  • Oct. 1-Nov. 30 for Fall
  • Aug. 1-31 for Spring
  • Impacted programs and many campuses will close at the end of filing period
  • The successful student today will be planned, intentional, and organized.
  • DO NOT MISS ANY DEADLINES, LEST YOU SUFFER THE CONSEQUENCES AND BE LEFT OUT!
csu campuses impacted at the upper division level
CSU Campuses Impacted at the Upper Division Level
  • CSU Long Beach
  • San Diego State U
  • Cal Poly SLO
  • Cal Maritime Academy

http://www.calstate.edu/AR/impactioninfo.shtml

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Davis

THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA

San Francisco

Berkeley

Merced

Santa Cruz

Riverside

Santa Barbara

Irvine

Los Angeles

San Diego

uc degrees programs
UC Degrees & Programs
  • Bachelor
  • Master
  • Doctorate
  • Teaching Credential
  • Professional Schools:

Law, Dentistry, Medicine, Management, Pharmacy, etc.

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UC TRANSFER ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS @ the JR. LEVEL

A. Complete 60 semester units of transferable college credit with a grade point average of 2.40 (GPA must be higher in order to be admitted to selective campuses and majors), AND

B. Complete a seven course pattern that includes:

  • Two transferable college courses in English Composition
  • (Eng 1A & Eng 1B or Eng 1D); and

2. One transferable college course in Mathematical Concepts and Quantitative Reasoning:

Math 1, 2, 3, 4, 12, 13, 20, 38A, 39, Psychology 2

uc transfer admission requirements @ the jr level cont
UC TRANSFER ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS @ the JR. LEVEL, cont.

3. Four transferable college courses chosen from at least two of the following subject areas:

a. Arts and Humanities, AND/OR

b. Social and Behavioral Sciences; AND/OR

c. Physical and Biological Sciences

university of california transfer admission guarantee tag programs
UC Davis

UC Irvine

UC Merced

UC Riverside

UC San Diego

UC Santa Barbara

UC Santa Cruz

University of CaliforniaTransfer Admission Guarantee (TAG) Programs

Info and forms:

Transfer Admission Guarantees

See your Counselor today!

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http://www.assist.org

ASSIST also includes information on UC transferable courses, general education & breadth requirements, major preparation agreements, and IGETC course lists for all CCC’s.

uc articulation agreement by major sample
UCArticulation Agreement by Major-sample-

In general, UC encourages completion of major prep courses as a priority over completion of general ed courses.

igetc
IGETC

• IGETC is a GE pattern acceptable for meeting GE req’mts at all UC’s

•IGETC is not recommended for certain majors. Check w/ your counselor or assist.org to be sure what to take.

•No more than 2 IGETC courses can be completed after transfer.

•IGETC is accepted at all CSU’s and many private universities for meeting their GE req’mts.

(IGETC) UC/CSU General Education Pattern

uc application for admission priority filing period
UC Application for AdmissionPriority Filing Period
  • Nov. 1-30 for Fall Qtr./Sem.
  • Deadlines:

Impacted majors and most campuses will close at the end of filing period

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AVERAGE PERCENTAGES OF 120 TOTAL UNITS NEEDED TO FUFILL BA/BS DEGREE REQUIREMENTS @ UCB

American Cultures Requirement 3%

College GE/Breadth Requirements 31%

Upper Division in Major 27%

University Requirement 3%

Electives 20%

Prerequisites to a Major 16%

pacific degrees programs
PACIFIC Degrees & Programs
  • Bachelor
  • Master
  • Doctorate
  • Teaching Credential
  • Professional Schools:

Law, Dentistry, Pharmacy, and Education

For the sixth consecutive year, U.S. News & World Report has ranked Pacific as one of the 50 “Best Values among the Nation’s Universities.”

university of the pacific transfer admission agreement taa
University of the PacificTransfer Admission Agreement (TAA)
  • A TAA with Pacific will guarantee you admission in your choice of major and term.
  • The TAA is not available in some majors.
  • See your counselor to develop a TAA.
  • Check out ROAR for transferable classes.

For more info and forms:

Pacific Transfer Admission Agreement (TAA) - University of the Pacific

questions
Questions?

Visit us online @

CAREER TRANSFER CENTER - SJ Delta College

Or visit us @ our new home in the

DeRicco Student Services Bldg., 2nd Floor

(beginning October 13, 2009)

Community Open House September 29th starting @ 4pm