Thursday, April 21, 2016

Realize your Dreams at the Transfer Center by Connor

I highly recommend counseling service at Transfer Center. With help from university transfer experts, you can be able to chose class that fit in your education and career plan. You will feel way much easier to chase your dream in here. Furthermore, for preventing unnecessary class selecting and time wasting, counselor can guide you step by step to your dream school.

*MiraCosta boasts one of the highest combined UC-CSU transfer rates in the state. 

At MiraCosta Transfer Center, you can have these service:
Counseling Appointments
Three full-time counselors are available by appointment to assist you with your transfer needs including an educational plan to guide you in course selection. Drop-in counseling is available throughout each week for quick questions.
University Representatives
Admission representatives from University of California, San Diego (UCSD) and California State University, San Marcos (CSUSM) visit the Oceanside and San Elijo campuses each semester.
Admission Application Workshops
The Transfer Center offers application workshops in the fall to assist students in completing UC and CSU applications.
Transfer Admission Guarantee (TAG) Programs
Guaranteed admission programs are available to UC Davis, UC Irvine, UC Merced, UC Riverside, UC Santa Barbara, and UC Santa Cruz.
Honors Scholar Program
Students participating in the Honors Scholar Program will receive counseling from Transfer Center Counselors.
Computer workstations
Computer workstations are available for student use.
Cross-Enrollment Programs
Allows students to cross enroll for one course each semester at a CSU or each quarter at a UC campus without official admittance to the university.
College Fair
Every spring and fall many 4-year universities are represented at MiraCosta by their departments and admission representatives.
Specialized Workshops
Throughout the year presentations are held providing information on graduate programs, majors, and private school programs.

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