Links between first-year community university students with a guaranteed admissions program at UCSD. University Link (U-Link) is your way to a four-year first class university via community college. A signed agreement is required for UCSD`s U-Link programme. No signed agreement is required for the SDSU BALISE. Transfer Admission Guarantee (GAD) programs are designed to facilitate the transition from a community school to a 4-year university. The requirements for each of these programs/agreements vary. Check out the following information to learn more. We have made great preparation arrangements with many Colleges of Californians. Visit the ASSIST website to find out how to transfer your course work to UC San Diego. Later, UC San Diego entered into agreements with 33 colleges across the state.
And since 2009, the program has been open to students at 112 California community colleges, in accordance with a UC policy that prohibits local preferences in such agreements. The SAN Diego State University TAG program is available to SDSU students with certain main products and certain course, unit and GPA requirements. For more information, please visit pathways sdSU`s transfer site. For more information on the general conditions of approval sdSU, visit the SDSU approval website. The ASSOCIATE Degree for Transfer (ADT) is a new special diploma that is offered at california Community Colleges. To take this particular degree instead of a traditional AA or AS degree, you should meet with an advisor to develop an educational plan that will lead you to the ADT diploma. Learn more on the ADT page. For the 60-unit transmission requirement, a maximum of 4 semesters (6 quarters) of physical education units can be used. For the 60-unit transmission requirement, a maximum of 8 semesters (12 quarters) of English units can be used as a second language (ESL). California Community Courses must appear in your Community College`s Transferable Course Agreement.
Some restrictions apply. Representatives of UC San Diego said that TAG supporters were wrong. Davis: 3.3 for engineering majors.