Transfer Center Contact Info
Location: Room I4-306
Monday - Thursday, 8:00am - 6:00pm
Friday, 8:00am - 3:00pm
- Transfer Center Supervisor
- Transfer Center Coordinator
- Student Services Technician
- Senior Student Services Assistant
- Student Services Assistant
- Adjunct Transfer Counselor:
- Adjunct Transfer Counselor:
Location:I4-306 (3rd floor of the Student Services Building)
Hours: Monday - Thursday, 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. & Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Transfer News: SDSU Microsite Degree Program
Upcoming Transfer Events:
- SDEC Tabling Event 2/26/20
- SDEC Tabling Event 3/17/20
- Transfer Options Fair 4/22/20
- Transfer Recognition Luncheon 5/7/2020
- SDEC Tabling Event 5/12/20(tentative)
Please share with the Mesa College Transfer Center which universities accepted you
for transfer. This information will be used to contact you with transfer updates and
an invitation from Mesa College to attend the Transfer Recognition Luncheon on Thursday, May 7th. Free lunch will be provided to students and guests. Registration details are TBA.
Students may complete this form more than once with their transfer acceptance notifications.
APU is hosting a Professional Pathways Panel on Friday, February 28th from 6:00-8:30 PM. This will be great for any of your students who are interested in Undergraduate Psychology, Marriage and Family Therapy, Clinical Counseling, Social Work, Psychiatric Nursing, and Clinical Psychology. It will take place at APU in Mission Valley, but will also be live streamed via Zoom. Students can register for this free event here.
Interested in Transferring to San Diego State University? Find out more about the
transition from Mesa College DSPS à SDSU Student Ability Success Center on Thursday, April 9th, 2020! Students can sign up in person at the DSPS Office, room I4-405, or by calling (619)
UCLA TAP Certification period for fall 2020
If you are transferring to UCLA in fall 2020, please note that the TAP Certification period will be February 3,2020 – February,21,2020. Please contact Anthony Reuss to sign your certification form.
The STOMP Conference takes place on Friday, April 3, 2020 at 9:00 am - 3:00pm. This is a free event that hosts over 1,000 prospective transfer students from California community colleges each year. Attend transfer-focused workshops and presentations, learn about the University of California, and gain insight and resources for achieving your transfer goals. For more information please contact UCLA STOMP at email@example.com.
The application, guidelines and information are available as of 1/1/20 on www.algsd.org. Scroll down to UPPER DIVISION SCHOLARSHIPS or click on PROGRAMS, then EDUCATIONAL
ADVOCACY, then UPPER DIVISION SCHOLARSHIPS.
Please note that the application deadline is Monday, April 6,2020 and NO applications will be considered after that date.
Starting Point Mentorship Program (SPMP) at the University of California, Berkeley Mentees application is now open for Spring 2020!
SPMP pairs California Community College students with current UC Berkeley transfer student mentors that offer guidance, motivation and access to admissions, campus, and community resources. The program is specifically designed to encourage California Community College students from all backgrounds to explore their academic potential and prepare for transfer to the UC system.
The Chevron Summer Undergraduate Research Experience (SURE) Program at California State University, Bakersfield
CSUB is offering exciting research opportunities to community college students this summer. Applications are open! Opportunities span engineering, geology, biology, chemistry and mathematics (project details are available on the application). SURE is a four-week program that takes place May 26 - June 18, 2020, Monday - Thursday 9am - 4pm. Participants will earn a $1,000 stipend after the successful completion of the program. Application deadline is Friday, March 27th, 2020. Applicants will be notified of acceptance by Friday, April 24th. Online application only: www.bit.ly/CSUB_SURE
For questions, please contact: Andrea L. Medina, EdD at (661)654-3006
California virtual college is available online. If you need an online general education course, you may use this tool to find an online course that meets the GE requirements. It's easy to search and filter thousands of online courses at California's community colleges.
Several California community colleges offer ADT degrees completely online. California Virtual Campus is an online resource that provides you with information about available online ADT degrees. You can choose which program interests you, and thanks to its wide array of support services, aren’t limited by distance to the college.
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Transfer Center Mission
The San Diego Mesa College Transfer Center is the focal point of transfer activities and up-to-date information for our diverse college community. We provide resources and support to empower students to become experts of their transfer educational goals and transition to a four year institution.
Transfer Services we offer you:
The Transfer Center assists students transferring to four-year colleges and universities from Mesa College. We offer a variety of resources and services for your individual transfer needs:
- Transfer Planning Workshops
- Transfer Admission Guarantee (TAG) Programs
- Articulation and Transfer Agreements/Requirements with 4-Year Universities
- Walk-in Transfer Assistance
- Appointments, Visits, and Workshops with University Representatives
- Transfer Application Assistance
- University Brochures and Handouts
- University Bus Trips
- Transfer Counseling Drop-Ins
- Comprehensive Transfer Education Plans: See below for more information.
Appointments for transfer advising are available throughout the semester. Students are required to meet the following criteria prior to scheduling a transfer counseling appointment. Please see below:
- Must have attended a transfer workshop OR have seen a Transfer Center counselor on a drop-in.
- Completed the Math and English assessments OR an English and Math class.
- Official transcripts of all colleges (outside SDCCD) attended on file.
- Official transcripts must be evaluated for course equivalency.