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Transfer

Welcome to Folsom Lake College's Transfer Services!

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MISSION STATEMENT
Transfer Services are geared toward assisting students in exploring post-secondary educational options while providing support and guidance on the steps necessary to transfer to a four-year college or university. This is accomplished through a variety of services and activities that include:

  • Comprehensive Transfer Counseling
  • College Fairs
  • University Representative Visits
  • Campus Tours
  • College Application Workshops
  • Transfer Exploration Classes (HCD 310, 318) 

STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES
Working in collaboration with an FLC College Counselor, students will:

  • know the steps required to transfer to a four- year college or university.
  • be able to identify resources that assist with transfer preparation. 

TRANSFER NEWS!

Associate Degrees for Transfer (ADT's):
SB 1440 establishes the Student Transfer Achievement Reform (STAR) Act. SB 1440 requires a community college district to grant an associate degree for transfer to a student in that student’s field of study once a student has met degree and transfer requirements for a particular major. Upon completion of the transfer associate degree, the student is eligible for transfer with junior standing into the California State University (CSU) system. Students will be given priority consideration when applying to a particular program that is similar to the student’s community college area of emphasis. The bill prohibits a community college district or campus from adding local course requirements in addition to requirements of the STAR Act, and prohibits the CSU from requiring a transferring student to repeat courses similar to those taken at the community college that counted toward their associate degree for transfer.

At this time, FLC offers 15 Associate for Transfer Degrees (ADT's): Administration of Justice, Art History, Art-Studio, Business, Communication Studies, Early Childhood Education, English, Geography, Geology, Kinesiology, Mathematics, Physics, Psychology, Sociology, and Theatre Arts.  More are being developed!  Please see a counselor for specific program requirements.
 
If you would like to learn more about these state wide transfer degrees, please visit: www.sb1440.org or www.adegreewithaguarantee.com.

Spring 2017  TRANSFER EVENTS & ACTIVITIES

Annual "Discover Davis" Tour: Friday, February 24th, 9 AM to 3 PM

UC Davis is hosting it annual spring tour event, which is FREE to all prospective transfer students.  Students have an opportunity learn about admission requirements, programs of study, financial aid options, and attend pre-professional workshops (pre-med, vet, and law school) on the Davis campus.  Continental breakfast and lunch provided!  Free bus transportation available (first come, first served) to a limited number of students.  Event flyer can be accessed here.

To RSVP for the event, please goto: admissions.ucdavis.edu/discover
Students wishing to utilize the round trip bus transportation must sign up in the Career & Transfer Center (first floor of the Falcon's Roost).
Questions, please call: 916-608-6524.

CSU Sacramento, "Spring Sting": Wednesday, May 3rd (details to be posted soon)

Connect with a University Rep!  FLC is fortunate to have CSU Sacramento and UC Davis representatives on campus weekly to meet with students via appointment.  We also have a number of other colleges who come to campus throughout the semester to connect with students.   Please call 916-608-6526 to schedule an appointment.

Spring 2017 Transfer Workshops: Interested in learning about how to transfer to a four year college?  Did you know we offer a guaranteed admission program with a number of public, private, and out of state colleges?  If interested, consider attending one of our transfer workshops! All workshops scheduled 12-1 PM in the Career and Transfer Center (lower Falcon's Roost) 

  • How to Qualify for a Transfer Admission Guarantee (TAG): Monday, May 1st
  • Preparing to Transfer to CSU and UC: Monday, April 17th
  • I've Applied to University for Fall 2017, What Happens Next?  Thursday, March 16th,  and Monday, April 3rd

Transfer Counseling Appointments: Students interested in preparing for transfer are welcome to schedule an appointment with FLC's Transfer Counselor in our Career & Transfer Center (CTC) to develop an education plan that will help you prepare for the colleges of your choice.  To schedule an appointment, please call 916-608-6526.  Appointments may also be made in general counseling at: 916-608-6510. 

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 UNIVERSITY REPRESENTATIVE VISITS
Check out the calendar below to see who's visiting this month!

University Representative Calendar