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Transfer Center

Special Transfer Programs

Pasadena City College has many programs that facilitate transfer to four-year institutions. Here are some to explore:

Special Transfer Programs for PCC Students:

CLAVE - Chicanos/Latinos Advancing in the Values of Education. Advancing from PCC to the University for Chicano/Latino Transfer Students.

ROPE - Rights of Passage In Education Transfer Program. Passage from PCC to the Universitiy for African American Transfer Students.

Puente Project - A one-year transfer program open to all students. The content of the Puente Project focuses on Mexican American/Latino authors and issues.

Fast Track - A program designed for students to begin attending Pasadena City College while still in high school.  Students follow a structured format of courses that, upon successful completion of the courses, accelerates transfer from PCC to a four-year college or university in advanced class standing by one or more semesters.

Transfer Admission Guarantee - Guaranteed Admission is a commitment that selected colleges and universities make to PCC students who meet basic transfer requirements. Students who complete an agreed upon sequence of classes in general education and a selected major with a stated minimum GPA can apply to the four-year institution within a prescribed time-frame and be "guaranteed admission."

Honors Program - The PCC Scholars Program provides highly motivated students with an intellectually challenging educational experience designed to prepare them for a successful transition from community college to university.


Transfer Admission Guarantee (TAG)

Transfer Requirements Tool



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