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Transfer Center Services  

• Counseling
• Workshops
• University Admissions Advisor Visits
• Transfer Application Assistance
• University Transfer Fairs
• Annual Transfer Center Scholarship
• Annual Transfer Celebration Luncheon
• University Tours
• College Catalog & Reference Library to assist in Researching Transfer Opportunities
• Articulation & Tuition Reduction Agreements

Events

Spring 2022 Virtual University Transfer Fair
Wednesday, April 6, 2022
11 a.m. – 2 p.m.

It’s never too early to connect with universities. Over 50 universities have RSVP’d to help you transfer!

Click here for Participating universities and fair information

Register for the event here: Eventbrite Registration

Click here for a video on how to connect with the universities: Video 

Click here for Questions  to ask university representatives

Day of Fair: Click HERE to connect to the university presentations

Brought to you by CMC Transfer Center in collaboration with Transfer Centers at Inland Empire Community Colleges


Save the Date! Transfer Talks
Next Steps for CSUSB Fall 2022 Admits

CSUSB Transfer Talks Flyer

Next Steps: Financial Aid Info
March 9, 2022 – 10:30am

Next Steps: Transcripts and other Documents
April 20, 2022 – 10:30am

Next Steps: Orientation Info
May 11, 2022 – 1:00pm


Click here to catch important dates and events on the CMC calendar.

News

Transfer Celebration & Scholarship Flyer

Workshops & Open Labs
University Representative Visits & Events

CBU Virtual Information Session FlyerCBU Virtual Information Session QR Code

Save the Date!
California Baptist University
Virtual Pre-Transfer Admission Information Session
March 8, 2022 — 10:30am
Join Rachel Ligtenberg, Senior Undergraduate Admissions Counselor, to learn about CBU, undergraduate programs and scholarship opportunities available for transfer students.

Zoom Link: Join from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android:
https://cccconfer.zoom.us/j/98381074219
Meeting ID: 983 8107 4219


CSUSB Chat with a Counselor

CSUSB Chat with a Counselor Flyer

Time: 3:00 – 4:30 pm
Sign up for an appointment HERE: http://tinyurl.com/ChatSpring2022

Come get your questions answered and learn how to become part of the Pack!

CSUSB Walk-In Wednesdays at Palm Desert Campus

CSUSB Walk-in Wednesdays flyer
Every other Wednesday — Time: 3:00-5:00 pm
February 2
February 16
March 2
March 16
March 30
April 13
April 27
May 11
May 25
Register through: bit.ly/3Gp6y4m

If you need any assistance with your admissions process, speak with a counselor today!


Weekly La Sierra University Pre-Admission Advising Meetings

Wednesdays
January 12 – March 9
4:30-5:30pm.

Join Zoom Meeting
https://us06web.zoom.us/j/81934110613?pwd=OWFCZ0RhKzE5R3NRb2Uva0FpMUNidz09
Meeting ID:
819 3411 0613
Passcode: lasierra

Andrea (Andy) Schroer, Pre-Transfer Advisor
Text: (951) 512-0003
Call: (951) 785-2380


California Baptist University Pre-Admission Advising Visits
How to Transfer and Apply to CSU:
A brief how-to and Q & A session with a counselor

California Baptist University Pre-Admission Advising Visits Flyer

February 23
Register here: https://calbaptist-edu.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZcrde-trzMsE9Pc6ATyg5oOWfkXJJ8azpvv

March 29
Register here: https://calbaptist-edu.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZUld-qppjwtGtQSvzckWV6IMSGOF8bWgDZo


Western Governors University (WGU) Virtual Open Hours
Tuesdays and Fridays
Time: 9:00 – 11:00 am
Schedule and appointment HERE: https://calendly.com/eve-marsh/office-hours-with-wgu-representative

If earning a bachelor’s or master’s degree is your goal, WGU can help you succeed. WGU is an online, nonprofit university created to make affordable, high-quality education more accessible. Earn a degree in business, education, health professions, and information technology.

WGU offers scholarships to California Community College (CCC) students!

  • EOPS Scholarship valued at up to $5,000
  • Community College Partner Scholarship valued at up to $2,500
  • Phi Theta Kappa Scholarship valued at up to $2,500
  • Military Appreciation Scholarship valued at up to $2,500
  • Cybersecurity Scholarship valued at up to $5,000
  • Online Access Scholarship amount varies

Western Governors University Scholarship FLyer

Additional partner benefits are available for CCC students and staff.

  • Application fee waivers
  • Generous credit transfer policy
  • 5% tuition discount for student who have earned an Associate Degree for Transfer (ADT: AS-T/AA-T)

California Baptist University Online and Professional Studies

Virtual On-the-Spot Admissions Day

Wednesday, February 9

10:00 am – 2:00 pm

The “Virtual On-the-Spot Admissions Day” is for admission into the undergraduate programs offered within the CBU online division. For a list of CBU online degree programs, you can select the following CBUOnline/Degrees.

Most students will have an admission decision on the day of the event and admissible students will walk away with financial advising and a general timeline for obtaining a bachelor’s degree at CBU. By participating in the “Virtual On-the-Spot Admissions Day”, application fees and recommendation letters will be waived.

Students interested in participating in “Virtual On-the-Spot Admissions Day,” should provide prior to the event:

  • Application
  • College transcripts (official or unofficial) from ALL other colleges attended
  • General admission requirements:
  • 24+ college-level semester units complete or in progress,
  • Minimum 2.0 GPA for students

Official and unofficial transcripts can be sent to cbuonline@calbaptist.edu

For additional questions, please contact the CBU Online at 951-343-3900 or via email at cbuonline@calbaptist.edu

Please note, this event is only for the FULLY ONLINE programs offered at CBU. If you are interested in a traditional main campus program (i.e. nursing), please contact: 951-343-4212.


University of Phoenix Flyer

Click HERE to make an appointment with University of Phoenix advisor, Tricia Penner. Or contact Tricia via phone at (747) 226-9380.


Interested in learning more about UC Los Angeles? Will Tran is available to meet with CMC students via Zoom! Phone appointments also available. Contact Will Tran to schedule: wtran@admission.ucla.edu.

Articulation Agreements

Definition of Articulation
When the word “articulation” is used in education it refers to the formal process of reviewing courses for equivalency between a community college and a university.  An articulation agreement is an agreement between a community college and a four-year university (public or private/independent).  It specifies which CMC classes may be transferred to meet general education, major requirements and electives.  These agreements maintained by the Articulation Officer facilitate the successful transfer of students from CMC to baccalaureate-level colleges and universities.

Articulation Agreements
Articulation is the process of evaluating courses to determine whether coursework completed at one college will meet the requirements for admission, transfer credit, general education, or major preparation at another college. An Articulation Agreement is an agreement between community and four-year colleges which indicate the acceptability of courses in transfer toward meeting specific degree requirements.

Transfer guides only give one-way articulation from the community college to the university and aren’t always an agreement between colleges. If a student takes a course at a community college, the student knows it will transfer to the university and be counted as an articulated course.  However, if a student takes a course at the university, then transfers to the community college, that student has no guarantee the course will transfer and be used by the community college. 

Students are advised to meet with a Counselor when reviewing articulation agreements and transfer guides to prepare for transfer. Please check agreement dates to ensure it is the most current.

Where to Find Articulation Agreements for Public Colleges and Universities
ASSIST  (Articulation System Stimulating Inter-institutional Student Transfer) www.assist.org as it is the official repository of California public institutions’ articulation agreements. ASSIST is a student-transfer information system that displays reports of how course credits earned at one California Community College can be applied when transferred to a CSU or UC. Meet with a Counselor when reviewing ASSIST.

ASSIST Info Flyer Page 1  ASSIST Info Flyer Page 2

Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum (IGETC)
IGETC began in 1991 to provide an option for CCC students to fulfill lower-division general education requirements before transferring to either a CSU or UC campus. The curriculum and its policies are overseen by the Intersegmental Council of Academic Senates (ICAS). ICAS represents faculty from California’s three segments of public higher education: CSU, UC, & CCC (IGETC Standards, May 2019, pg. 1).

See the current CMC Catalog for the most updated IGETC pattern.

California State University General Education Breadth (CSU GE)
CSU general education requirements were designed to complement the major program and electives. Courses approved for CSU GE assure students have developed the knowledge of, or skills related to, quantitative reasoning, information literacy, intellectual inquiry, global awareness and understanding, human diversity, civic engagement, communication competence, ethical decision-making, environmental systems, technology, lifelong learning and self-development, and physical and emotional health throughout a lifetime (CSU E.O. 1100, 2017, pg. 5).

See the current CMC Catalog for the most updated CSU GE pattern.

Transfer Guides & Agreements for Private/Independent Colleges and Universities

Current Articulation Agreements:

California Baptist University

    1. General Education Requirements 
    2. Lower Division Major-Specific Preparation Requirements, Traditional Undergraduate Programs ONLY 
    3. Liberal Studies Major Preparation Requirements (Elementary Subject Matter)
    4. Online & Professional StudiesTransfer Equivalency System (TES) Public View

La Sierra University

Loma Linda University

    1. School of Allied Health Professions – Major-Specific Preparation Requirements
    2. School of Nursing – Major Preparation Requirements

Ohio University (Agreement & Addendum)

    1. Southern New Hampshire University – Chancellor’s Office Agreement for all CCs
    2. University of the Pacific – R.O.A.R. (Roam Online Articulation Reports)Thomas J. Long School of Pharmacy & Health

of Health Professions, College of Information Technology

Archived Articulation Agreements:

Academy of Art University

  • 2016 Liberal Arts Graduation Requirements

Ashford University

  • 2013-2014Guide for General Education and Major-Specific Preparation Requirements

Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising (FIDM)

  • 2015 – Course Equivalency Guide

Grand Canyon University

  • 2014Registered Nurse to Bachelor of Science in Nursing (RN-BSN)

Loma Linda University

  • School of Dentistry
    • 2016-2017 – Dentistry Entrance Major Preparation Requirements
    • 2017 Dental Hygiene Pre-Entrance Major Preparation Requirements

University of Redlands

What is Regional Accreditation and Why is it Important?
Regional accreditation is a term used in the United States to refer to the process by which one of the educational accreditation bodies reviews institutions and ensures that educational standards are met.

Regionally accredited higher education institutions are predominantly academically oriented, non-profit institutions. Nationally accredited schools are predominantly for-profit and offer vocational, career or technical programs. Standards for nationally accredited schools tend to be lower.  Every college has the right to set standards and refuse to accept transfer credits. However, if a student has gone to a nationally accredited school it may be particularly difficult to transfer credits (or even receive credit for a degree earned) if he or she then applies to a regionally accredited college or university. Some regionally accredited colleges have general policies against accepting any credits from nationally accredited schools, others are reluctant to because they feel that these schools’ academic standards are lower than their own or they are unfamiliar with the particular school.  Caution is recommended if a student intends to enroll in a nationally accredited school with the future intention of transferring to a regionally accredited school.   The student should first check with the regionally accredited school they plan to attend insuring the units from the nationally accredited school are transferable.   Students are advised to check with a counselor at their current school if they have questions regarding accreditation.

The following are the regional accrediting agencies for educational institutions in the United States:

Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools (MSA) – Educational institutions in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands, as well as schools for American children in Europe, North Africa, and the Middle East.

New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC) – Educational institutions in Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont.

North Central Association of Colleges and Schools (NCA) – Educational institutions in Arkansas, Arizona, Colorado, Iowa, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, North Dakota, Nebraska, Ohio, Oklahoma, New Mexico, South Dakota, Wisconsin, West Virginia, and Wyoming. The Higher Learning Commission (HLC) is an independent corporation and one of two commission members of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools (NCA).

Northwest Association of Accredited Schools – for primary and secondary schools and Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities (NWCCU)  for postsecondary institutions in Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, and Washington.

Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) – Educational institutions in Virginia, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Alabama, Tennessee and Texas.

Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) – Educational institutions in California, Hawaii, Guam, American Samoa, Micronesia, Palau, and Northern Marianas Islands.

Other Accreditation:
Beyond regional accreditation there are programs that require additional accreditation that is linked to academic programs.  For example: students who are interested in becoming Registered Dietetic Technicians or Registered Dieticians must attend a program that is CADE accredited.  It is recommended that you check with the faculty who teaches in the major if you have questions about program specific accreditation.

Transfer to Private and Out of State Universities
  • Explore over 80 Regionally Accredited, Independent, CA Universities 
  • The Common Application
  •  Affording College
  • Search for Out of State Universities
  • Historically Black Colleges & Universities (HBCUs):
     An agreement signed March 17, 2015 between the California Community Colleges and many HBCUs guarantees California Community College students admission with Junior standing to an HBCU if they complete either the California State University General Education Breadth (CSU GE) or Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum requirements (IGETC) and obtain a transfer-level Associate Degree with a minimum of 2.5 Grade Point Average (GPA). There are over 35 HBCUs that have partnered with CCCs and several of them offer CA transfer students in-state tuition. Meet with a Counselor for more information on transferring to an HBCU.
Requesting Official Transcripts and General Education Certification

Official CMC Transcripts
Current and former Copper Mountain College students must request official CMC transcripts using the online Student Clearinghouse application found here: National Student Clearinghouse Transcript Services

IGETC and CSU General Education Certification
To request full or partial Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum (IGETC) or California State University (CSU) General Education certification, please contact admissions&records@cmccd.edu or (760) 366-3791, extension 4232 or (760) 366-5201, extension 4232. 

For questions pertaining to official transcripts and general education certification, please contact Admissions & Records: 760-366-3791 or 760-366-5201 ext. 4232; admissions&records@cmccd.edu


Transfer Center
Located In the Office of Student Services
(760) 366-3791, ext. 5898
transfercenter@cmccd.edu

Regular Hours:
Monday-Thursday 8am-5pm
Friday 8am-3pm

Counselor
Cassie Nafziger
(760) 366-3791, ext. 5867
cnafziger@cmccd.edu

Our Mission is our commitment to prepare students to successfully transfer to both public and private baccalaureate-granting educational institutions by providing information, education, and support services.