Quick Answer: How Do I Transfer Credits To UC?

General education requirements such as math, English, history and so on, will usually transfer to a direct equivalent.

You must have earned a D- or better grade for credits to transfer.

Your GPA from other institutions does not transfer to UC.

Your UC GPA is based only on coursework completed at UC.

How many credits do you need to transfer to UC?

60

How many credits do I need to transfer?

If earning a degree is not your goal, you should plan to attend long enough to complete at least 30 college credits before you apply to transfer. This does not include basic skills coursework. Most four-year colleges will waive the SAT requirements for transfer students who have earned more than 30 college credits.

Do you have to have 60 credits to transfer?

Generally, 60 credits from a community or two-year college or 60-90 credits from a combination of two and four-year institutions may be applied towards the degree. Students are required to complete at least the final 30-60 credits in residence (at their new institution) to earn a degree.

Can you transfer to a UC from a community college?

UC gives California community college students first priority over other transfer applicants, and many campuses offer guaranteed admission to students who meet their well-documented prerequisites. You must also complete at least 60 semester (90 quarter) units of UC-transferable credit.13 Nov 2015