ADTs and UCTPs
2021- 2022 (ADTs) Associate Degree for Transfer
Students who complete an Associate Degree for Transfer (ADT) will be guaranteed admission with junior status to the California State University system, although not a particular campus or major. Students can use the ADT Search by CSU Campus to view which CSU campuses accept ADT degrees in their major: http://www.calstate.edu/transfer/adt-search/search.shtml
Students should meet with a counselor to determine if an ADT degree is the right path for them.
2021- 2022 (UCTP) University of California Transfer Pathway Associate’s Degree
The UCTP Associate’s Degree in Chemistry or Physics is an extension of UC Pathways+. The degrees, which are created by the community colleges, include the major preparation outlined in the UC Transfer Pathway for Chemistry or Physics. As with Pathways+, in order to secure an admission guarantee in Chemistry or Physics, students must:
- Complete the Transfer Pathway,
- Meet or exceed the required campus-based TAG GPA (campuses vary in a range of 2.8 - 3.4 GPA minimums)
- Submit a TAG application by September 30, and
- Apply for admission by November 30.
In addition to the benefits of the UC Pathways+ option, students completing the UCTP Associate’s Degree in Chemistry or Physics will earn an AS degree from their respective community college. Note: UC does not require an Associate’s Degree for transfer. More information available @ https://admission.universityofcalifornia.edu/admission-requirements/transfer-requirements/uc-transfer-programs/pathways-plus.html