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Every semester, IVC transfer students are accepted to a multitude of California private and out-of-state colleges and universities.  Unlike for CSU and UC, there is no central location to find GPA, general education, major preparation, and other transfer requirements because each institution is independent.  We suggest students visit the individual school websites to find the most accurate and up-to-date information.  Below, you will find some helpful links for private and out-of-state transfer research. California Private Colleges and Universities

Assoc. of Independent Ca. Colleges & Universities​ CaliforniaColleges.edu
Top 25 CA Private Transfer Institutions.xlsTop 25 CA Private Transfer Institutions.xls Articulation of GE Requirements - acceptance of IGETC, etc.
Admissions Deadline Common Application
Transferring to USC 2015 Common App Grid 14-15.pdfCommon App Grid 14-15.pdf
USC General Education Chapman University Application Checklist​
USC Major Prep Chapman University Major Prep
USC Transfer Checklist Chapman University Transfer Brochure
USC Transfer Data 2012-2013.jpgUSC Transfer Data 2012-2013.jpg Concordia University Application Checklist​
USC Marshall Transfer Data Fall 2012.jpgUSC Marshall Transfer Data Fall 2012.jpg Importance of Regional Accreditation
Pepperdine University Application Checklist​ University of San Francisco Application Checklist​
Loyola Marymount Application Checklist​ Caution: For Profit Schools
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Out-of-State Colleges and Universities

Western Undergraduate Exchange - Discounted tuition program​ Summary of WUE Members by State
Top 25 Out-of-State Transfer Institutions.xlsTop 25 Out-of-State Transfer Institutions.xls Arizona State University
IVC Articulation Site​ ASU Transfer Credit Guide
Regional Admission Counselors of CA (RACC) New York University​
University of Colorado
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