Welcome to the UTC!
Our mission is to identify, recruit, and motivate students of diverse backgrounds to make well informed decisions as they navigate the university transfer process and complete a baccalaureate degree or beyond.
In an effort to stop the spread of COVID-19, the University Transfer Center (UTC) has transitioned to serving students in a virtual
Transfer counselors are now available to serve you through various remote methods. We are able to assist you via telephone, email, online chat, and/or video-conferencing. Students wishing to "see" their counselor through zoom or Cranium Café. We encourage you to find a method that fits your needs.
We know this is a time of uncertainty and concern for many of you, and we want to reassure you that although we may not be able to offer in-person services at this time, we will continue to be available to assist you.
As transfer counselors, we are committed to continue offering excellent services while also protecting the health and safety of our students, faculty, staff, and community. We thank you and appreciate your flexibility and understanding as we navigate through these challenging times. Please stay healthy!
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Call 805-922-6966 ext.3293 to schedule an appointment. Feel free to indicate your preferred meeting method (telephone, Zoom or Cranium). Please have your H# ready.
You may also book an appointment using Cranium Café. Look for the limited counselors allowing you to schedule an appointment.
Transfer counselors are available for phone drop-ins to answer quick questions. Counselors will respond to you in the order received. Please call 805-922-6966 ext. 3293.
You can now speak to a transfer counselor via chat! visit Cranium Café to chat with a transfer counselor. If the counselor's light is green and says "Online Now", you can click "Knock on Door."
Email your questions to a counselor. We encourage you to use your Hancock email account when submitting questions. The email must include your student ID number (H#). The response time will depend on the volume of emails. Most questions will be responded to within three business days. Please email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org and one of our transfer counselors or our UTC Technician will respond as soon as possible.
Next Steps (for fall 2020 transfer students): I’ve Been Admitted — What’s Next? webinar
Friday, April 10, 2020 - 3:00pm to 4:30pm
Learn about the steps to enrollment at our I’ve Been Admitted — What’s Next? webinar for transfer students on April 10, 2020, from 3 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Representatives from the following departments will be available to answer your questions:
Have you been accepted to a four-year university? Fill out the Transfer Recognition Award Form so that we can give you the recognition you deserve and get an invitation to our Transfer Stars Reception! More information coming.
- ALL road trips are canceled for spring 2020 - more information for fall 2020 road trips coming soon! Contact the UTC for more information.
- Spring 2020 Transfer Thursday workshops will continue online: "Financial Aid and Scholarships After Transfer"
- University Representative Visits spring 2020 - At this time, any representative visits taking place will be virtual or by phone. If you have any questions don't hesitate to contact the UTC at email@example.com or by phone 805.922.6966 ext. 3363.
Do you think you're getting close to TRANSFERRING to a University?
If so, follow these important steps to ensure you are not missing any deadlines or information.
Step 1: Meet with a counselor ASAP to have a after completing a Transfer Readiness Self-Evaluation worksheet. To schedule an appointment please call the University Transfer Center (UTC) at 805-922-6966 ext. 3363 or stop by the office in building A-205.
Step 2: Review and print the One Year to Go Transfer Checklist.
Step 3:** During the semester in which you are ready to apply, meet with a counselor to complete a final transfer evaluation and complete the University Admissions Application Worksheet.
Step 4: Attend a University Application workshop. Follow the previous link for upcoming California State University (CSU) and University of California (UC) application workshops. Contact the UTC if you have questions. If possible, create an account prior to attending an application workshop. See links below:
Step 5: Have your university application reviewed by a counselor during an Application Review Session. Call the UTC at 922.6966 ext. 3363 (or click on link below) to schedule an application review appointment. Review sessions are not conducted on drop-in times. You are required to bring your completed University Admissions Application Worksheet with you to your application review (see step 3). DO NOT SKIP THIS STEP and Do Not Delay!
Step 6: Submit your university application to your CSU/UC campuses no later than November 30 for fall admissions. See spring and winter deadlines if you are not applying for fall admissions.
Step 7: Check your email often after submission for updates and information from each university you have applied to. Continue to review your One Year to go Transfer Checklist for important deadlines after your application is submitted.
If you are applying to out of state and/or private colleges, visit individual university websites for dates and deadlines for transfer admissions.
*Make sure you have ALL external transcripts and AP/IB scores on file before scheduling an appointment.
**This step should take place early in the fall semester (August-September) during which you are applying (or during summer for spring transfers).
Step 8: Allan Hancock College acknowledges those student who have successfully transferred to a four-year institution by awarding them a Transfer Recognition Award and publishing their name in the commencement program.
To receive your Transfer Recognition Award, please complete the Transfer Recognition Certificate no later than May 8, 2020.
Transfer Pathways have been developed for most majors at our local partner universities. If the major and/or transfer school you are interested in is not included in our resource directory, you can obtain articulation information on the ASSIST website or see a counselor for assistance.
Please select a university from the list below:
The University of California (UC) system has developed “transfer pathways” for the top 21 majors**. By following these pathways, you can prepare for your major to ANY of the nine undergraduate campuses in the UC system. More majors will be added in the coming year so continue to check back for more information.
The current top 21 majors include:
- Business administration
- Cell biology
- Computer science
- Electrical engineering
- Film and media studies
- Mechanical engineering
- Molecular biology
- Political science
Following the pathways that are set does NOT guarantee admissions to the UC; however, it gives students a clear roadmap to prepare for the given major.
If you do not see your major listed, use ASSIST to find the most up-to-date major preparation information.
For more information and to see the current pathways, please visit UC Transfer Pathways.
**Please note, these pathways are meant to be a guide for minimum admissions major preparation. It is recommend that you utilize ASSIST to determine other requirements which may be necessary to complete your degree at each UC campus.