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Transfer Success Checklist

Carefully read the transfer section of the Grossmont College catalog.
Discuss your transfer plans with a counselor; develop an educational plan and read reference books and catalogs of four-year colleges and universities available in the Transfer Center.
Visit the Assist website (www.assist.org) for a look at the official repository of transfer information or the websites of your selected four-year colleges and universities for transfer information to supplement information available in the Transfer Center.
 
Find out about transfer requirements and deadlines from the website or catalog of your college choice.
 
Plan your general education transfer program carefully; ask about general education certification and the transferability of your courses.
Visit the four-year institutions of your choice.
Make an appointment with a department advisor or academic advisor at your chosen transfer institution to talk about your major and plan your course of study. Make sure you take copies of your college transcripts and the Grossmont College Catalog.
Complete and send the required financial aid and scholarship applications along with any additional required documents early. See the Financial Aid Office for deadlines and forms.
Complete and send the application for admission with the application fee or fee waiver form prior to deadlines (check due dates).
Complete and send the application for on-campus housing with any required fee when appropriate.
 
Continue your recommended course work at Grossmont--Complete coursework in General Education and in preparation for your major.
Request that Grossmont's Evaluations Office in Admissions and Records certify your transfer units for CSU GE Breadth or IGETC, when you receive your acceptance notice from the four-year college or university.
Have official transcripts from all the college's you've attended mailed to the appropriate transfer institution (including high school transcripts).

 

 

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