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University of California (UC) is a university system made up of 9 undergraduate campuses with an emphasis on developing research skills and preparing students to advance to graduate and professional education programs with course content mostly theoretical and analytical. 

California State University (CSU) is a university system made up of 23 undergraduate campuses with a focus on practical and professional training preparing graduates to enter the job market.  Curriculum includes some theory and research as well.

Helpful Documents and Links                                           

CSU and UC Addresses.pdfCSU and UC Addresses.pdf      Choosing A Major.pdfChoosing A Major.pdf       Calculating Your Transferrable GPA.pdfCalculating Your GPA.pdf

University of California​ ​California State University
14-15 IGETC.pdf14-15 IGETC.pdf 14-15 CSU GE (1).pdf14-15 CSU GE.pdf
2015-2016 UC TAG Matrix
ADT CSU Guaranteed Admission.pdfADT CSU Guaranteed Admission.pdf and Website
UC Transfer Admission Planner CSU Mentor​
Admission Requirements​ Admission Requirements
UC Cost of Attendance CSU Cost of Attendance
Writing the Personal Statement​ Major Impaction​
Dates and Deadlines​ Campus Impaction​
UC TV - videos and podcasts​ Local Admission and Service Areas
2nd Bachelor's Degree​ CSU 2nd Bachelor's Degree.pdfCSU 2nd Bachelor's Degree.pdf
UC Unit Limit Chart Transfer Selection:  SDSU, Long Beach, Cal Poly SLO, Cal Poly Pomona
UC Application Data Online Degree Programs
UCI Cal Teach Science and Math Program​ CSUF Center for Careers in Teaching and CSET prep
UCLA TAP.pdfUCLA TAP.pdf 2014-2015 CASPER.pdf2014-2015 Campus Specific Admission Practices.pdf
Transfer Selection:  UC Irvine, UCLA Health Professions Information
UCI Honors to Honors program
UCLA Profile of Admitted Transfer Students
​2015/16 Transfer application tips and tools
UC AP Credit Chart
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