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Transfer Information

While it is ultimately students' responsibility to adhere to transfer admissions requirements and application deadlines, Solano College counselors can  help students keep up to date with the complex array of transfer requirements.  To ensure transfer admission, particularly into competitive majors, students should see a counselor early in their educational experience in order to develop an education plan that includes transfer prerequisites that are common to a number of public and private four-year colleges and universities.

Please use www.assist.org to check which Solano classes are transferable to Cal. State or U.C. Campuses.



As a prospective transfer student, it is important to make sure that the community college courses you take are acceptable to the university for transfer credit. ASSIST is California's official statewide repository of transfer information for the CSU and UC university systems, offering easy access to a single database of course transfer information. ASSIST will help you determine if you will receive credit for courses you've already taken or plan to take and how those courses will apply to a specific academic major or general education requirement.

In addition, students are urged to study the catalogs of four-year schools and, if possible, visit those campuses.  Catalogs and detailed transfer information are available in Building 400:
  • Counseling (Room 404)
  • Career Center (Room 437)
  • Transfer Center (Room 438).

Office Hours

The Transfer Center is located in the Student Services Building (400) upstairs in room #438. The center is open for student use during the following hours:

Mon 12:30 - 2:30 pm
Tue 12:30 - 2:30 pm
Wed 4:00 - 5:30 pm
Thurs 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Fri Closed

Information regarding general education requirements for the California State University system and the University of California system are summarized in these catalogs.

Obtaining regular counselor assistance with transfer education planning is essential for successful transition to four-year universities and colleges.