Friday Workshop Series
All workshops will be offered on Friday from 12:30-2pm starting February 5th through April 16th. Attend as many as you want.
Arizona State University Local – Downtown Los Angeles campus - February 19th
Learn more about ASU Local, Arizona State University’s Downtown Los Angeles campus. Students earn a bachelor’s degree from the #1 most innovative research university in the U.S. near the communities where they live. Admissions-students with more than 24 credits need a 2.5 to be eligible for majority of our majors. NO IMPACTION. Students have guaranteed admissions and guaranteed access to the courses they need to graduate.
Beyond the CSU/UC: Private and Out-of-State Schools – February 26th
This workshop is designed to help you look at university options beyond the UC's and CSU's such as private and out-of-state colleges/universities. Many campuses are transfer friendly providing an opportunity to guarantee your admissions (TAG), offer transfer scholarships and accept CSU GE Breadth and/or IGETC. You may already be on the path to consider these options! It is wise for students to look at additional university options. Think outside of the box!
Participating schools: Northern Arizona University, Biola University, University of La Verne, Texas Christian University, University of Colorado, Colorado Springs and Hawaii Pacific University
Transfer Alumni Panel – March 5th
They've been through the process of transferring and want to share their experiences! Find out how they chose the university, what they did right, and what they would do differently. Hear all about what your peers have to say about their transition to the university.
Participating schools: Yale, UCLA, Western Oregon University, UC Berkeley, Loyola Marymount University, CSUN, UCSD
Transfer Admissions Guarantee (TAG) – March 12th
Several UC, Private, and Out-of-State colleges and universities offer guaranteed admissions to their university and in some cases to your major. Learn more about these school and how to plan for Fall 2022 transfer and beyond.
**Financing Your Transfer Education – March 26th
Where is the money?? This workshop is designed to provide information on all aspects of college financial aid, ranging from grants and scholarships, to work study programs and loans. *For fall 2021 transfers, there will be a follow-up workshop on April 16th.
Transfer 101 – April 2nd
An introduction to understanding the minimum university requirements for CSU/UC/Private/Out-of-State universities. Get a head start in keeping yourself competitive and considering other options for Transfer.
National University - Cerritos College Partnership – April 9th
Learn about the 3 bachelor’s degree programs (Bachelor of Science: Paralegal Studies – ABA approved; Criminal Justice Administration; Nursing Completion) offered through the National University Partnership. Students receive a 25% guaranteed tuition discount.
*Understanding your Financial Aid Award Letter – April 16th
Once admitted to the university, the next important document is your Financial Aid Award Letter. A Financial Aid Award Letter is released if you have applied for FAFSA or the Dream Act by March 2nd and included your school. Learn more about what your package means in terms of financing your education. **A pre-workshop is offered on March 26th which may be helpful to attend prior to this session.