The transfer process typically involves spending two to three years at a community college, completing all required general education and major preparation courses prior to transferring to a four-year university.
The transfer center at PCC held a workshop on Sept. 16 to guide students in their journeys to transfer to a four-year university.
It’s a paradox. A majority of students attend Pasadena City College to get out of it. Unfortunately, many students do not escape quickly enough as it is not uncommon to spend three years or more transferring.
Pasadena City College has been recognized as being the top community college in California in producing the most students with Associate Degrees for Transfer (ADT).
PCC only transferred 1,475 students to the University of California and to the California State University’s in the 2012-2013 year. The school sent 572 students to UCs and 903 students,” said Chase. As for the transfer data for the 2012-2013 to independent and out-of-state institution, the numbers have not yet been released.
As the sun was setting and getting chilly, dozens of students made their way to the Quad on Nov. 6 to talk to university representatives for University Night.
Colleges from across the country were on campus Monday to take part in University Day.
The Board of Trustees unanimously voted to approve a calendar without a winter intersession, despite being met with strong opposition from protestors sporting winter attire who were kept locked out of the meeting by campus police. Protestors said police refused to let them in saying the room was filled to capacity. However, the board meeting which was held in the Creveling Lounge, had seats available throughout the evening.
Tuesday April 2 CSU Los Angeles Rep. visit â€“ Transfer advisement. 10 a.m. L110. University of Phoenix Rep. visit â€“ Transfer advisement. 10:30 a.m. Quad. Converse University Rep. visit â€“ Transfer advisement. 1 p.m. L110. Wednesday April 3 UC Berkeley Rep. visit â€“ Transfer advisement. 9 a.m. L110. ASPCC Executive Board Meeting. noon CC212 Writing workshop with Andrew Lam. 4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. C333. Lam is an award winning journalist, writer, and radio commentator. Admission is free and light refreshments will be served. For …
Night owls were given the chance to speak to 40 university representatives from across the state and country on University Night, on March 27.