Mark your calendar
In addition, the Transfer Center hosts a number of events every quarter to help you plan and prepare for transferring to a four-year institution.
Meet University Representatives
Representatives from UC and CSU campuses, as well as private California universities and out-of-state schools, will be available to meet with you individually on a drop-in or appointment basis. For details see the College and University Representative Visits page.
Attend a Transfer Workshop
The Transfer Center offers workshops on these topics
- Associate Degrees for Transfer
- The Common Application
- California State University (CSU) Application
- General Education Requirements
- Transfer Overview
- University of California (UC) Applicaton
- UC Transfer Admission Guarantee (TAG)
- UC Transfer Admission Planner (TAP)
For details see the Transfer Center Workshops page.
You can drop by the Campus Center dining hall, table #6 for answers to quick questions on the transfer process and resources available on campus.
Fall Quarter 2018 (10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.)
- Oct. 16
- Oct. 30 - Come by the Transfer Center from 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
- Nov. 6 - Come by the Transfer Center from 10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.
- Nov. 13
- Nov. 20 - Canceled
- Dec. 4
Transfer Day is a college fair that De Anza organizes every year in the fall. This event provides prospective transfer students the opportunity to meet, visit with and collect materials from admissions and outreach representatives from select four-year colleges and universities.
For many of the participating institutions, Transfer Day represents the only time during the academic year that they will be available in person on the De Anza College campus to provide information about their transfer programs.
Participating institutions include
- California State University (CSU) campuses
- University of California (UC) campuses
- Private and independent California colleges and universities
- Out-of-state colleges and universities
This event always draws a big turnout and students sometimes have to wait in line to speak with representatives from well-known schools. We recommend that you come early and have your questions prepared in advance.
How to Make the Most of Transfer Day
Research prospective colleges and universities prior to Transfer Day. Do your transfer homework early. After learning which colleges and universities will be participating, take time to research a prospective school's majors, programs of study, housing options, financial aid, scholarships, student life, student support services and other information you can find online.
Come prepared with a list of questions. Be sure to write down any questions you think of while doing your research, especially if you are unable to find the answers online. One of the benefits of Transfer Day is that university representatives are available in person to answer your questions and to provide insight and materials to help you determine if the university meets your needs and interests.
- Download a list of sample questions you might want to ask university representatives.
Remember to bring the basics. Although many participating schools have provided complimentary supplies to students in the past, we recommend that you bring a pen or pencil and a notepad or tablet device, and a bag to carry the college brochures and materials you'll pick up
Western Undergraduate Exchange
Some transfer schools participate in the Western Undergraduate Exchange, also known as WUE or "woo-wee," which provides reduced tuition to eligible out-of-state
Learn more about the WUE program.