There are several available programs to help you transfer successfully.
Transfer Admission Guarantee
Six UC campuses, and some CSUs offer guaranteed admission to California community college students who meet specific requirements.
- UC: Davis, Santa Cruz, Santa Barbara, Irvine, Riverside, Merced
- CSU: Monterey Bay
- Private Institutions: Saint Mary's College, University of the Pacific
By participating in a Transfer Admission Guarantee [TAG] or Transfer Admissions Agreement [TAA] program, you will receive early review of your academic records, early admission notification and specific guidance about major preparation and general education coursework.
UC Berkeley Concurrent Enrollment
- Students who have completed 20 transferable units with a 2.4 GPA can enroll at UCB for one lower division course per semester (course # 1-99 at Berkeley) for a maximum of two semesters.
- The student must be enrolled in a total 12 units including the UCB course.
- Students pay the normal Las Positas College registation fees for the UCB course (no additional cost).
- Paper work must be completed at Las Positas two weeks prior to enrollment. Forms can be obtained from a LPC Counselor.
- Make an appointment to see a Counselor to discuss this program. Information is available in Buildings 900 and 700.
For Spring 2012, final enrollment forms with UCB faculty signatures must be turned into the LPC Transfer Center by February 3, 2012
No late forms will be accepted!
CSU East Bay Cross-Registration
- Students who have completed 20 transferable units may enroll at CSU East Bay for courses not offered at LPC (including upper division).
- The students must be enrolled in a total of 12 units between the two campuses with a minimum of 6 units at LPC.
- Students pay the normal Las Positas College registation fees for the CSUEB course (no additional cost).
- Meet with a counselor to get more information about this program
- To enroll, fill out the Cross Registration form
- Get it signed by a counselor and submit it to Admissions and Records.
Both programs require that to register you "sit-in" on the first day of class at the university.
Your classes will appear on your LPC transcripts.