11th National UC Davis Pre-Med and Pre-Health Conference
“Passion for Life, Education, Service, and YOUR Future in Healthcare”
Is the topic for this year's National conference to all students who are interested in going into Pre-Med and Pre-helath Professions, conference will include:
- 110 Medical Schools
- 30 Pharmacy Schools
- 30 Dentistry Schools
- 30 Nursing Schools
- 25 Public Health Schools
There will be many Keynote speakers, and many more informational activities for students. Saturday & Sunday
October 12-13, 2013
University of California at Davis, Pavilion
- Pre-Registration: $30.00, Nov 1 to Mar 2013
- Early: $35.00, Apr 1 to Jul 1, 2013
- Regular: $40.00, Jul 2 to Aug 1, 2013
- Late: $45.00, Aug 2 to Oct 1, 2013
- Last: $55.00, Oct 2 to Oct 11, 2013
- At-Door: $60.00, Oct 12 to Oct 13, 2013 (6pm)
- Group: $35.00, Oct 1, 2013 (minimum 7 tickets)
All-Inclusive Package ($95)
- Round-trip transportation on a five-star luxurious bus
- Admission for both days
- Housing close to campus
- Six meals
- Buses leave from 11 locations: UCLA, UCSD, UC Irvine, UC Berkeley, UC Merced, UC Riverside, USC, Fresno, San Francisco State, Mt. San Antonio College, Stanford Univ.
FREE Housing available!
This conference has sold out the last 10 years, so register early!
For registration and more information, please visit www.ucdprehealth.org.
Please contact us using the online form.
*Please click on the link for this event under our calendar, trips and events tab for detailed information regarding this event. Transportation is not provided by the Transfer Center.
Posted by: transferstaff on 05/17/2013 08:44 AM (Read: )
UCI Comparative Literature Transfer Event
If you are going to transfer to UCI or if you are interested in learning more about UCI, here is an event for you! In the UCI Comparative Literature Transfer Event you can visit classes in
Comparative Literature and meet with faculty and current majors who
transferred from community colleges in Southern California!
For the schedule of events and locations please click on the link for this event under our Calendar, Trips and Events tab.
*Transportation is not provided by the Transfer Center.
Posted by: transferstaff on 05/17/2013 08:38 AM (Read: )
Transfer Admission Workshops at CSULB
CSULB will be presenting transfer workshops for prospective transfer students throughout Summer 2013. While the workshop will focus primarily on Spring & Fall 2014 applicants,they will also provide an in depth overview on general transfer admission requirements for students who wish to start planning in advance. Please click on the link for this event under our Calendar, Trips and events tab.
* Transportation is not provided by the Transfer Center.
Posted by: transferstaff on 05/17/2013 08:33 AM (Read: )
Information Session regarding Bachelor's degree in Psychology at National University
National University will be hosting an informational session to all students who are interested in receiving a Bachelor's in Psychology on May 22 at 5:30 p.m This event will be held at the San Bernardino campus:
SAN BERNARDINO CAMPUS
804 East Brier Drive
San Bernardino, CA 92408-2815
For further information please click on the link under our events for the complete flyer
*Transportation is not provided by the Transfer Center.
Posted by: transferstaff on 05/17/2013 08:30 AM (Read: )
UCLA CCCP Program
UCLA’s Center for Community College Partnerships (CCCP) presents the CCCP Scholars Program for the 2013-2014 Academic Year. The goal of the program is to motivate, inform and prepare students to transfer from a California community college to a selective Top Tier Research institution such as UCLA. Students in the program have access to our summer and year-long academic preparatory transfer programs which guide students through the community college experience, the application and admissions process, research and pre-graduate opportunities and career exploration. The programs use Critical Race Theory as a framework to address issues from a social justice and educational equity perspective.
For dates, deadlines, program information and how to apply visit our website: www.cccp.ucla.edu
You can also review the attached flyer with that information.
1) Review requirements and select a summer program
2) Complete CCCP Online Application (click here), including short answer essays which you can review below.
3) Submit the following Required materials electronically:
A. Complete the UC Transfer Planner (click here)
B. Complete Supplemental Form (click here)
C. Recommendation online Form: (http://tinyurl.com/CCCPRecForm2013)
E-mail the link above to your recommender and include your name, date of birth and program that you are applying to in your email; please ensure your recommender adheres to posted deadlines.)
Recommendation form is waived for students applying to GREEN SITE, SMC SRI SITE, SMC SRI Orientation and returning scholars.
NOTE for Returning Scholars:
If you are a current or former CCCP Scholar, you must re-submit a new application, update the UC Transfer Planner and submit the Supplemental Form (the recommendation form is waived). Additionally, you will need to attend SITE LITE if you are not applying to or selected for another summer program. Returning scholars will be selected based on having completed their previous year CCCP Scholars agreement successfully.
For more information, visit our website or contact us by email or phone.
Posted by: transferstaff on 04/04/2013 01:51 PM (Read: )
ASU News to California Students
Good news for California students who complete an IGETC or CSU GE
We have some great news for California transfer students!
California students who complete the Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum (IGETC) or California State University General Education pattern (CSU GE) with a minimum GPA of 2.00 certified on his or her transcript will fulfill the lower-division ASU General Studies requirement. (Note that students are required to complete the upper-division General Studies requirement after they transfer to ASU.) Students who complete the IGETC will no longer be required to complete an additional lab science course, and students who complete the CSU GE will no longer be required to complete an additional lab science and English composition course. This change is effective for new transfer students at ASU admitted as of spring 2013 and beyond.
Posted by: transferstaff on 03/11/2013 04:43 PM (Read: )
Spring 2013 Office Hours
Our office hours are as follows:
*Monday and Thursday/ 7:30 a.m-7:00 p.m.
*Tuesday and Wednesday/ 7:30 a.m-4:30 p.m.
*Friday/ 7:30 a.m.- 2:00 p.m.
Posted by: transferstaff on 08/17/2012 12:30 PM (Read: )
Welcome to the Transfer Center Website Thank you for exploring the Chaffey College Transfer Center web site. Our primary mission is to assist you in transferring successfully from Chaffey College to the university of your choice.
This site provides important information that you will find useful in researching your transfer options.
Feel free to refer to our "Transfer Preparation Info Sheet" and "Transfer Requirements Info Sheet" links on the left side of this page under the "Downloads" section for general transfer information.
Please take advantage of our resources and don't forget to sign-up for our Transfer Student Registry to receive periodic updates on all of our events. Also, be sure to visit the Transfer Center (SSA-120) we're here to help you reach your transfer goals!
Have a succesful semester.
Some of the great resources that you will find here are computers for you to use when applying to a university.
College catalogs and brochures from various UC, Cal State, private, and out of state universities and colleges
College guides, profiles, and rankings, which include US News and World Report: America's Best Colleges, the Princeton Review: Complete Book of Colleges, and Petersen's Guide to Four Year Colleges
Application materials for UC, Cal State, and private colleges
Financial Aid, scholarship, study abroad and major
Internet Access: Students may use Transfer Center computers
to research transfer information as well as to apply on-line
to their universities of interest. Application assistance
is ALWAYS available.
REPRESENTATIVE AND GENERAL COUNSELING
Representatives from various four-year colleges are available to meet with students at the Transfer Center. Giving students the opportunity to inquire about academic requirements and general university information. Please refer to the monthly calendar to see which representatives will be visiting every month
Please refer to the on-line Calendar to check the most
recent status of visiting representatives
Call, e-mail, or visit the Transfer Center to
schedule an appointment
SEMINARS AND WORKSHOPS The Transfer Center is proud to present various workshops throughout the year; these are to assist in your transfer needs. Please check our monthly calendar for specific dates, times, and locations.
CSU/UC On-line Application Workshops
How to Write a Personal Statement Workshops
Financial Aid Workshops
University Representative Workshops
Next Step Workshops
Transfer Admission Guarantee
CAMPUS VISITS The Transfer Center provides transportation for free to different universities each semester. These allow students to become familiar with the campuses that they are interested in as well as obtaining important transfer information. We are open to suggestions and welcome requests. Please come by the Transfer Center, or give us a call at (909)652-6233 to let us know which campus you would like to visit.
You can find the current list of scheduled trips under the "Calendar, Trips & Events" tab
TRANSFER FAIRS The Transfer Center organizes transfer fairs throughout the academic year which presents representatives from local public and private universities as well as out of state universities.
TRANSFER REGISTRY Sign up for our mailing list to receive information on Transfer Center activities, news and announcements from the colleges of your choice.
SUGGESTIONS, COMMENTS AND SPECIAL REQUESTS If there is any transfer information that you need and we don't have it available at the moment, we'll do our best to get it for you soon. Visit us in the Student Services Administration Building Room 120, or you can call us at (909) 652-6233. You can also e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We hope to hear from you.
Created on 02/04/2003 10:24 AM by admin
Updated on 04/11/2013 01:35 PM by transferstaff
As a prospective transfer student, it is important to make sure that the community college courses you take are acceptable to the university for transfer credit. ASSIST is California's official statewide repository of transfer information for the California State University and University of California systems. ASSIST offers easy access to a single articulation database; it will help you determine if you will receive credit for courses you have already taken or plan to take and how those courses apply to a specific academic major or general education.