Get Started with CLAVE
CLAVE focuses on providing students with the key values and benefits of transferring from a community college to a four-year university. The program is open to all PCC students but is specifically geared toward the successful enrollment of the Chicanx/Latinx student population. Our goal is to help students meet their transfer goals by providing access to academic counseling, advising, application assistance, and other resources.
- Complete online CLAVE Application
Complete the CLAVE application on our website. The application will ask you to enter personal and educational details.
- Meet with a Transfer Advisor
Please visit the Transfer Center in CC-203 or use virtual advising to speak with a transfer advisor to ensure that you are informed about the transfer process.
- Attend CLAVE events or workshops
Although CLAVE offers many events/workshops, we suggest that students participate in one per semester to foster community among CLAVE staff and peers.
- Check your email
Once you become a part of CLAVE, make sure to check your email. We send reminders and resources to CLAVE students. Make sure you don't miss out!
Here are answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about the Clave Program.
All students are welcome to join CLAVE, however, the mission of our program is to assist with the transfer process. We recommend those who join have an academic goal of transferring to a four-year institution.
We have a rolling application, which means we accept student applications during the academic year. Once the application has been submitted, students are part of the CLAVE program.
Yes, if you are a CLAVE student you MUST reapply again. Returning CLAVE students can apply directly on the application page or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can provide updates.
Every year we have many students transfer to four-year universities; because of that, we create an updated cohort to ensure that we are specifically working with current PCC students.
Yes, the CLAVE program will provide direct access to academic counseling and transfer advising!
Yes! We encourage you to get involved and receive support from the many resources offered on campus.