Ohlone has 26 approved Associate Degrees for Transfer (ADTs); these associate degrees are in Administration of Justice, Anthropology, Art History, Biology, Business Administration, Communication Studies, Computer Science, Early Childhood Education, Economics, English, Film, Television, and Electronic Media, Geography, Geology, Global Studies, History, Journalism, Kinesiology, Mathematics, Music, Philosophy, Physics, Psychology, Sociology, Spanish, Studio Arts, and Theater Arts.
Admission to the California State University is guaranteed to any California community college student who earns an Associate Degree for Transfer.
Applying to transfer to a university is more than just completing a form. It is a process that may require:
- adherence to multiple deadlines
- the reporting of your academic history
- admissions essay
- short answer questions
- submission of transcripts
- a separate application for a particular major or program
- letters of recommendations
- and more
The college admissions process can take as short as two weeks or as long as one year. During this time, you will have many opportunities to present yourself in the best manner possible through your organizational skills, ability to follow directions in a timely manner, management of multiple communications and requests from each potential university, and providing a thorough and thoughtful application package.
Hitting the "Submit" button is only the beginning! Don't forget to follow up and follow through on the tasks that come after application submission. Check out the resources and tools below, to get started on your application.
Along with the resources below, contact the Transfer Center or see your counselor for help through the application process!
Applying to the CSU
Contains the online CSU Apply Application as well as application deadlines; check to see if the CSU campus you are interested in is accepting applications for your major and term.
Applying to the UC
Contains the online UC Application as well as application deadlines; check to see if the UC campus you are interested in is accepting applications for your major and term; obtain tips for the UC Personal Insight Questions.
The Common Application for Independent Institutions
The Common Application is a general application form used by over 150 independent colleges. Check with the college or university to see if they use The Common Application. Additional forms, applications, may still be required.
Use the GPA calculator when completing applications such as the CSU Apply application!
The Transfer Center sponsors many workshops to assist you through your last year at Ohlone before transferring to a university. See below for sample topics and view our schedule for when they are offered:
- Transfer Admission Guarantee
- UC Application
- CSU Application
- UC Personal Insight Questions
- You’ve Applied: Now What?