Students who indicated transfer as an educational
goal on the admissions application, and who have less than 15 transferrable units.
with a Counselor at least once a semester to review Ed Plan, discuss
problems, and obtain transfer information. Some programs require
more frequent counselor appointments, such as EOPS and DSPS.
remedial classes in English and Math, if needed as prerequisites.
study skills/college success/career classes, if needed.
research to select major or career by visiting the Career Center, room CC3-524.
lower division classes in your major, especially if majoring in
science, engineering, or pre-professional health sciences (med/dental/veterinary)
the minimum requirements for admission as a transfer to four-year
universities. Know which LMC courses are transferable.
transferable classes in English and Math, if prerequisites completed.
a General Education (GE) pattern (IGETC ,CSU GE Breadth, campus
specific Breadth) and begin GE classes.
aware of articulation agreements for your major and universities(www.assist.org or private school agreements).
about LMC Transfer AA or AS degree requirements.
the choices of possible universities for transfer. Attend Transfer
Day/College Night fair in October.
the Transfer Center to become aware of services and resources.
aware of campus programs and resources i.e. Reading & Writing/Tutoring Center, Library, DSPS
enrolled in at least 12 units per semester for EOPS and Athletics,
or the required number of units for your program or financial aid.