If you’re thinking of transferring to a four year University here are some resources to consider:
- Explore your major with assist.org. It is a powerful tool that links information from California Community Colleges, California State Universities, and the University of California system. It is an excellent resource for researching academic majors and university options.
- Transfer Center @ BCC:
- The Transfer Center is a resource to help you identify your major, plan your career, and/or select a transfer institution. This website contains information on the services provided by the center and by the college to support your transfer. Check the Transfer Center Calendar regularly for college representative visits & workshops scheduled. For more information, contact Center Coordinator Paula Coil at (510) 981-2811, or firstname.lastname@example.org. Transfer Center hours are generally 9am-5pm.
- These two documents provide information on earning your bachelor’s degree:
- Starting Point Mentor Program (SPMP) makes UC Berkeley more accessible to community college students. Berkeley City College students are paired with UCB students who transfered from community college; SPMP allows students to ask about and experience the campus. To apply to Starting Point, click on this link: Starting Point Mentor Program Application.
- Stiles Hall, Experience Berkeley
- Personal Statements:
- Many college and university applications will require a personal statement essay. The following tips are from BCC Sociology Instructor Dr. Linda McAllister. She has extensive experience reading statements for undergraduate and graduate admissions. Tips for Writing the Personal Statement (pdf)