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written communication and a course in mathematics or quantitative reasoning at a level satisfying CSU GE Breadth Areas A2 and B4 requirements, respectively
■ Be in good standing at the last institution attended; and
■ Meet one of the following eligibility standards:
o Transfer Based on Current Admission Criteria
Meets the freshman admission requirements in effect for the term for which application is filed – OR –
o Transfer Based on High School Eligibility
Was eligible as a freshman at the time of high school graduation and has been in continuous attendance in an accredited college since high school graduation
– OR –
o Transfer Based on Making Up Missing Subjects:
Had a qualifiable eligibility
index at the time of high school graduation (combination of GPA and test scores, if needed), has made up any missing college preparatory subject requirements with a grade of C- or better
and has been in continuous attendance in an accredited college since high school graduation.
One baccalaureate-level
course of at least 4 quarter units (3 semester units) is usually considered equivalent to one year of high school study.
(Note: Due to enrollment pressures, most CSU campuses do not admit lower-division transfers. Some campuses may require lower-division transfer students to complete specific college coursework as part of their admission criteria.)
Many CSU campuses have “impacted majors” – which means the number of applications from qualified applicants is greater than the number of available spaces – while several CSU campuses are impacted in all majors. Students interested in an impacted major or campus must
apply for admission during the initial application filing period. Applications for admission to impacted majors and campuses are not accepted after the initial filing period. Consideration for admission to any impacted major or campus is contingent on first meeting the regular admission requirements for the CSU. As a result of having so many applicants, completion of the minimum eligibility requirements may not be sufficient for admission. Supplementary admission criteria are used to screen all applicants for admission to impacted majors.
Associate Degrees for Transfer (ADT) to the CSU
The Student Transfer Achievement Reform Act (SB 1440) established the Associate in Arts for Transfer (A.A.-T.) degree and Associate in Science for Transfer (A.S.-T.) degree for California community college students. The A.A.-T. and A.S.-T. degrees are designed to provide a clear pathway to a CSU degree major.
TolearnmoreabouttheAssociateDegree for Transfer program and transfer pathways at participating CSU campus or four-year universities, visit:
■ transfer/Pages/associate-degree-for- transfer-major-and-campus-search. aspx
■ transfer/Pages/ccc-associate-degree- for-transfer.aspx
■ associate-degree-for-transfer
For information on meeting the requirements for an A.A.-T. or A.S.-T. degree at De Anza College, students are encouraged to consult with a counselor or academic adviser.
ToviewacurrentlistofDeAnzaA.A.-T. and A.S.-T. degrees, visit:
■ certificates
Private (also referred to as independent) and out-of-state universities have transfer admission, general education and major requirements that are unique to each campus. De Anza has articulation agreements with
select independent colleges and universities located in California and out-of-state. This information is available at articulation/agreements.
To view information, resources and tools for transfer to private colleges and universities in California, visit
Transfer admission requirements and transfer credit policies for out-of-state colleges and universities are generally listed in college catalogs and on university admission websites. To ensure a smooth transfer process, students are advised to contact the school where they wish to transfer as early in their academic careers as possible.
A Transfer Admission Guarantee (TAG) – also referred to as a Transfer Admission Agreements (TAA) – is a commitment that select colleges and universities provide to De Anza students who fulfill specific admission, GPA and course requirements. A TAG serves as a contract between a student and a transfer college or university. Students who complete a TAG and meet the contractual requirements are guaranteed admission to the university.
Students may prepare for a TAG by working with a counselor or academic adviser early in their academic career to develop an education plan for transfer. With a TAG in place, students have the benefit of knowing that each course completed has been agreed upon and that any loss of credit will be minimized by the participating transfer institution. The following institutions participate in a guaranteed admission program with De Anza. However, these agreements are subject to change without notice: University of California
■ UC Davis
■ UC Irvine
■ UC Merced
■ UC Riverside
■ UC Santa Barbara ■ UC Santa Cruz
Private Colleges and Universities
■ Arizona State University ■ Santa Clara University ■ University of the Pacific

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