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The Career/Transfer Center provides you with a variety of services, resources and activities designed to support you with your transfer and career development needs. Follow the steps below to ensure you make your transfer goals a reality. For more information, stop by the Career/Transfer Center located on the second floor of the Student Services Building, visit them online at www.citruscollege.edu/stdntsrv/transcntr and follow them on social media, specifically Instagram @citruscollege_ctc

  • Make an appointment with a counselor at least once every semester. Create and update your student education plan (SEP) with a counselor and receive important transfer updates.

  • Take a counseling course at Citrus College. COUN 158, Transfer Planning, is a CSU-transferable course designed to help students transfer successfully.

  • Visit the Career/Transfer Center resource room to learn about transfer resources. Use transfer-related web resources and college catalogs to research universities, majors and career choices.

  • Make appointments with visiting university representatives. Get all your questions answered in an appointment at the Career/Transfer Center! View the current university representative visit schedule online.

  • Attend as many transfer-related workshops and events as possible. Transfer awareness events and workshops are designed to make you aware of your options for transfer.

  • Know where you want to transfer and what major(s) interest you.

    • Take the classes you need to prepare for your major – this saves you time, energy and money.

    • Visit www.assist.org for more information on major preparation for both UCs and CSUs.

    • Undecided about your major? Schedule an appointment with a career counselor – they can help!

  • Apply and renew your financial aid application at studentaid.gov or www.csac.ca.gov/undocumented-dreamer-students. Filing your FAFSA or California Dream Act application before March 2 will ensure a better chance of receiving money for college.

  • CSU transfer students: obtaining an associate degree for transfer (ADT) could give you an edge! Check the Citrus College Catalog for current majors.

  • UC transfer students: you may qualify for a transfer admission guarantee (TAG). Receive priority consideration by filing your TAG application with one of six participating UCs. TAG applications must be submitted between September 1 through September 30 one year prior to your intended transfer date. Watch for TAG information workshop offerings.

  • Apply online and apply early. Visit these websites for application filing periods:
  • Once your acceptance letters come in, comply with any additional requirement by university. Check your email or university personal portal FREQUENTLY.

  • Send transcripts. Make sure to send transcripts whenever the university requests them. You must request and submit transcripts from each college you previously attended.

    • If you are requesting a general education certification (CSUGE or IGETC), make sure to indicate this when you are requesting your final Citrus College transcripts.

CONGRATULATIONS, YOU DID IT!

Let's celebrate your acceptance to a four-year college or university at the Citrus College Transfer Achievement Reception!

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