Transfer News





Summer webinars specifically for prospective transfer applicants are now available! Transfer applicants can get their questions answered by our transfer admissions team on topics including:

  • UC Transfer Admission Planner (UC TAP) / UC Transfer Admission Guarantee (TAG): Find out what majors TAG is available for at UCSB and how to use the UC TAP tool to prepare for a successful transfer.
  • UC Application for Transfers: Take a step-by-step look at the UC application and learn helpful tips on becoming a competitive applicant.
  • UCSB Economics / Economics & Accounting Majors: Learn selective major requirements for the Department of Economics and how to prepare for admission.
  • UCSB Biological Sciences Majors: Learn selective major requirements for Biological Sciences and how to prepare for admission.
  • UCSB Engineering Majors: Learn selective major requirements for Engineering and how to prepare for admission.

Register now!

Also check out the UCSB Transfer Webinar Flyer!



The UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television will be hosting several information sessions in the coming weeks and students, parents, and counselors are encouraged to attend.

Information Sessions
Our presentation includes information about the UCLA’s Theater & Film Departments, the application process for our graduate and undergraduate programs, photographs of our facilities, the portfolio/audition/interview requirements, and other UCLA resources.
These events are FREE and are open to all prospective students, parents, and counselors.
On-Campus Information Sessions in 1422A Melnitz Hall:
May 29, 2015 at 10:00 AM
June 19, 2015 at 10:00 AM
June 26, 2015 at 10:00 AM

For more information about these events, please call (310) 206-8441.

2015-2016 UCLA Médicos Enfermeros y Dentistas Para El Pueblo (MEDPEP) Application
Center for the Study of Latino Health and Culture UCLA David Geffen School of Medicine

Médicos, Enfermeros, y Dentistas Para El Pueblo (MEDPEP) is a one year Medical Preparation and Education Pipeline program designed to support low-income Latino and underrepresented minority (URM) students through their transition to four-year universities and health professional programs. MEDPEP is administered by the Center for the Study of Latino Health and Culture (CESLAC) at the UCLA David Geffen School of Medicine, a leading research institute in California that provides reliable data on Latino health.
• Be a high school (11th or 12th grade only), undergraduate (community college or a four year institution) or postbacc student interested in pursuing a career in health care
• Be committed to serving underserved communities
• This program is open to all students regardless of legal status
The deadline to apply is Friday, July 10, 2015


Check out PrepTalk--Connecting prospective students to
College Admission Offices via live streamed events
For example, want to know more about UCLA Admissions Info,
sign up for a free account at PrepTalk, and connect with UCLA
Admission Officers via virtual presentations!



 Summer Internships


SURF program at Caltech, the Summer  Research Fellowship.  Several students from Moorpark College have participated in SURF both at Caltech and at JPL.

Here is a link to the SURF website:
This webpage lists all programs.  Click on SURF, then select "Program Description" (in the bottom row) to find out more about the program. Students will need to look at the "Announcement of Opportunities" page once faculty and JPL staff start listing possible research opportunities and, of course, the FAQs page is very helpful.  

This webpage also has links to the JPL and NASA summer programs including JPL Summer Internship Program and NASA's Planetary Geology and Geophysics Undergraduate Research Program (PGGURP).

Also, these are paid fellowships/internships and JPL is less than an hours drive away from Moorpark College.



UC Santa Barbara

Interested in learning more about transferring to UCSB? You can now chat with a counselor, right from your computer.

Virtual Transfer Appointment With An Admissions Counselor. 20 minute online appointments are available throughout fall. Discuss transfer admission requirements, application processes, majors, housing, financial aid, and student life. Interested students can reserve an appointment by visiting Virtual UCSB:

****Click on the Reservations link at the bottom of the page to view calendar with all upcoming Virtual Transfer Appointments; click on date and reserve your spot today!****


Check out CollegeWeekLive by visiting:

For a list of all of the upcoming CollegeWeekLive Events visit:

There are virtual open houses, text chats, online college fairs and more! You can connect to admissions reps from 300+ colleges and see current college student video webcasting about campus life. Admissions experts will be presenting live via video. Scholarships and special promotions are available to those who login to attend CollegeWeekLive events. All events are free so register today:


UC Berkeley

Students with the slightest interest in transferring to Cal are encouraged to complete an interest form at

 Picture Yourself at Cal

Students will receive their own personalized webpage based on their academic interests and will be added to the Cal mailing list to receive event invitations, advising opportunities, and admissions news.  This is a great way for prospective students to stay informed about the admissions process.

Have you been admitted to UC Berkeley and looking for a lower cost alternative for housing? Check out Casa; a multi-ethnic residential leadership program for UC Berkeley students.



UCLA School of the Arts & Architecture

Learn about the variety of performing and visual arts majors at UCLA.  Presentations include department descriptions, application process, portfolio/audition requirements, housing, student life, and financial aid/scholarships.  These events are free and open to all prospective students, parents, educators and counselors.