Berkeley City College Transfer & Career Information Center
Mission: The Transfer & Career Information Center facilitates student’s transitions to bachelor degree programs by assisting him/her to identify a career, a major, a college, and by providing resources and activities to complete the transfer process. A primary mandate of the Center is to support underrepresented students to discover their career direction and design strategies to realize their transfer goal.
The College Transfer Center is a resource center of information for questions you have in choosing a major, a career, or selecting a college. We can start from where ever you are:
*If you have no idea what you want to do
*If you have an idea what, but not how, or
*If you know exactly and just need to go through the application process
All materials in the Transfer Center, and all services provided, are for the purpose of helping students come closer to their goal; for most students that is closer to transfer.
Documents and services to support students’ transfer:
- College catalogs to review majors & course descriptions
- College handbooks and brochures – free material!
- On-line search for majors, programs, and college information
- UC & CSU transferable course lists (IGETC & CSU-GE & ASSIST)
- Opportunity to talk to college representatives
(see monthly & semester calendar)
- College applications and application workshops
- Concurrent enrollment w/UC Berkeley, CSU East Bay, & Mills Colleges
- ‘Bay Area Colleges with B.A. Degree Programs for Working Students‘ list
- EUREKA – software for information on majors, schools, scholarships, colleges.
- Transfer information bulletin boards – with U.C.s, CSUs, & private colleges information, college visit dates, application deadlines, open house events, and more.
- ‘What Can I Do With This Major?’ information sheets
- College videos and CDs
- Historically Black Colleges resources
- Website with transfer information & calendar of events & news
The Transfer Center resources are to assist you in planning your transfer. If you are planning to complete an Associate Degree or Certificate, or transfer to a four-year university, schedule an appointment with an academic counselor to develop your education plan (SEP).