Make a Plan For Your Transfer Success
Meet with a Counselor
Students planning to transfer to the California State University (CSU) system, the University of California (UC) system, or to a private or out of state college or university should meet with a counselor to develop a plan to meet the admission and graduation requirements for the specific institution you plan to attend.
Transfer admission eligibility is based on transferable college units and/or high school records and test scores. Each institution has its own requirements for admission and junior standing. To prepare for transfer, students must decide which school they will attend, consult a counselor for the specific requirements for that particular institution, and to create a written educational plan.
Transferring to a CSU
Plan your transfer to a California State University with an Associate Degree for Transfer or by using the Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum.
CSU: Associate Degrees for Transfer (ADT)
Guarantee your admission to a California State University with an Associate Degree for Transfer.
Transferring to a UC
Plan your transfer to a University of California through the TAG program or by using the Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum.
UC: Transfer Agreement Guarantee (TAG)
The Transfer Agreement Guarantee gives you transfer pathways for 31 universities.
Transferring to a Private or Out-of-State College
Learn how to transfer from Sacramento City College to a private or out-of-state college.
Transferring to an HBCU
Plan your transfer to a Historically Black College or University with the Historically Black Colleges and Universities Transfer Guarantee Project or fulfill specific university requirements with guidance from a counselor.
SCC Honors students challenge themselves intellectually in a variety of disciplines and have the opportunity to transfer to over 35 top-ranked colleges and universities.
Law School Transfer (2+2+3)
Transfer to Law School in the 2+2+3 Law School Pathway Project
Articulation is the process that links the curriculum between community colleges and four-year colleges, so that students can transfer without experiencing a delay or having to redo coursework.