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Sac State reps visit SCC Transfer Center

City College students interested in transferring to Sac State will be able to speak with a Sacramento State representative by appointment every Thursday through May…


Receptionist Juliana Singleton helps a student in the Transfer Center

New transfer degrees available

  The Collaboration between California’s community colleges and state universities is evident in a new group of degrees offered at City College with both Associate of Arts and…


The Rodda North building can be found on the north west side of City College campus.  Evan E. Duran | evaneduran@gmail.com

Transfer day in the Quad on Oct. 9

City College will be hosting the 18th annual transfer day event in the Quad from 9:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. on Oct. 9. According to…


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New bill, less stress

For the first time, community college students who meet requirements of a new model transfer degree will graduate with an associate’s degree and guaranteed admission…


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University of the Pacific to visit City College Oct. 24

City College’s Transfer Center will present a visit from the University of Pacific Oct. 24, for a workshop to help any students that might be interested in transferring to a university.

Representatives from UOP will speak to students from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and give them a better idea of what their campus offers. UOP will be meeting with students personally and reviewing their transcripts.

According to an event flier from the Transfer Center, the goal of the presentation is for “students to get on board with the transfer process.”

University of the Pacific will be visiting City College on Wednesday, Oct. 24, 2012. Tony Wallin | dylanwaittswallin.express@gmail.com
City College’s Transfer Center will present a visit from the University of Pacific Oct. 24, for a workshop to help any students that might be interested in transferring to a university.

Representatives from UOP will speak to students from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and give them a better idea of what their campus offers. UOP will be meeting with students personally and reviewing their transcripts.

According to an event flier from the Transfer Center, the goal of the presentation is for “students to get on board with the transfer process.”

“My goal is for students to have at least three colleges that they want to transfer to,” said Shannon Gilley, counselor and Transfer Center director. “The whole idea with the mini-transfer and full-transfer days is to get the students to meet different schools.”

UOP has more than 80 majors to choose from and is located in Stockton. The representative that students will be speaking to is Jerred Thompson, the Admissions counselor at UOP.

For more information, visit www.scc.losrisos.edu/~transfercenter or


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Transfer Center hosts several fall events

The City College Transfer Center will be holding Mini-Transfer Wednesdays in the Quad this semester, which will consist of visits from five colleges offering transfer information about their programs.

The next Mini-Transfer Wednesday events will be Oct. 17 and Nov. 7 from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. in the Quad and will feature the University of San Francisco; University of California, Merced; University of California, Berkeley; and representatives from UC Davis.

The Transfer Center is also conducting scholarship workshops and What Comes Next workshops, which are for students who want to