UC Transfer Requirements

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Articulation Agreements

An articulation agreement is an agreement between two college campuses that ensures the transferability of courses to meet major and general education requirements.

East Los Angeles College maintains articulation agreements with all campuses in the University of California system. These agreements can be accessed at http://www.assist.org/

 

UC Transfer Information

UC TAP is a free online tool to help prospective UC
transfer students track and plan their coursework.

The UC TAP tool is designed for use by students
transferring from California community colleges,
including those students who are seeking a Transfer
Admission Guarantee (TAG) with one of the six
participating UC campuses.

Students can use the Transfer Admission Planner to
enter their coursework (completed and planned) from
the very beginning of their college careers, or at any
point when they decide to transfer to a UC campus.
The planner helps students track their progress toward
meeting UC's minimum requirements, and allows UC
staff to communicate important information to
prospective transfer students.

Click here to create a TAP account.

 

The UC Transfer Admission Guarantee gives ELAC
students who meet TAG requirements a guarantee of
admission to selected UC campus. TAG requirements
include meeting campus & major minimum GPA, English
& Math completed within a certain timeframe, have 30
UC-transferable units completed, among others. For
more information, view the TAG matrix below, attend a
TAG workshop and/or speak with a counselor.

TAG Application Filing Period:
Fall Admissions: September 1-30
Winter/Spring Admissions: May 1-31


UC TAG Requirements Chart