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Achieve your transfer goals!

Cabrillo Transfer Services

Fall 2024 CSU Admissions
Application is open! Get started today.

Are you planning on transferring for Fall 2024? The CSU application deadline is November 30. Begin your application now!

Join a CSU Application presentation to get started. After you have began working on your application attend a Help Session to get your questions answered and have your application reviewed. All registration information can be found on the Transfer Events Calendar

Steps to Submitting your CSU Application

  1. Attend a CSU Hy-Flex presentation or watch the

  2. Begin and work on your application

  3. Attend a UC/CSU Application Help Session, register on Transfer Events Calendar

Fall 2024 UC Admissions
Application is open! Get started today.

Are you planning on transferring for Fall 2024? The UC application deadline is November 30. Begin your application now! Join a UC Application presentation to get started. After you have began working on your application attend a Help Session to get your questions answered and have your application reviewed. All registration information can be found on the Transfer Events Calendar

Steps to Submitting your UC Application

  1. Attend a UC Application Presentation or watch the

  2. Begin and work on your UC Application

  3. hosted by Marcie Wald

  4. Review your Personal Insight Questions (PIQ)

  5. Register and attend CSU/UC Application Session, register on Transfer Events Calendar

Your Transfer Pathway Starts Here!

Cabrillo College is an excellent place to begin your academic journey

Courses taken here can meet the same requirements of colleges and universities throughout California and beyond! These pathways will help support many common journeys and remember, Academic Counselors are always happy to assist you with your individual transfer plans, no matter where you'd like to go.

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Transfer Pathways
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Cabrillo 2+2 CSUMB

is a new program that provides clear roadmaps for students to spend two years at Cabrillo and two years at CSUMB to complete their bachelor's degree in four years. Benefits of joining the program include: One-on-one counseling, transfer guidance, academic support, peer mentoring and networking, CSUMB tours and panels, financial aid assistance, laptop and hotspot for remote learning, and a community of support.

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The Teacher Pathway Program (TPP)

is a cohort at the Watsonville Center guides and supports students to complete two years at Cabrillo and transfer to California State University, Monterey Bay (CSUMB). TPP can help you complete both a B.A. in Liberal Studies AND an Elementary Teaching Credential in just two years! CSUMB also offers Special Education, Bilingual Education, and Single Subject credentials.

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is a program for California community college students to earn a guaranteed acceptance to a university. There are six participating University of California (UC) that offer TAG: UC Davis, UC Irvine, UC Merced, UC Riverside, UC Santa Barbara, and UC Santa Cruz

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If you know your major but want to keep your University of California (UC) campus options open, then a UC Transfer Pathway could be the route for you. Transfer Pathways give you a roadmap to prepare for your major and graduate on time from any UC campus.

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Associate Degrees for Transfer, ADTs, Are a pathway to earning an Associate degree while also completing CSU transfer requirements at the same time and guarantee admission to the CSU system into a similar major. Students must complete only 60 units at the university to achieve a Bachelor's degree.

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Sky's the Limit

Although these pathways will help support many common journeys, remember that Academic Counselors are always happy to assist you with your individual transfer plans, no matter where you'd like to go: UC, CSU, Private, Out-of-State. Let your adventure begin here!


I recently applied to six UC’s and my application process was made easier with assistance from academic counselors, faculty, and peers. They were very helpful with reviewing my personal statements and teaching me how to navigate tools such as assist.org.
Cabrillo Transfer Student