Career Transfer Center

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The Career Transfer Center provides assistance to students who want to identify and meet major and/or career goals to prepare for a successful transition to a Transfer University and/or Career.

Do you know what you need to TRANSFER?
You have a few options:
1. Check out college specific information on websites
2. Attend a Transfer Basics workshop to learn about the process
3. Apply 1 year in advance! (For CA Public Colleges/Universities)
4. Check out the Transfer Timeline for 2020

   *If you are planning to transfer to a UC school, create a Transfer Admission Planner account to track your progress:
*The deadline to apply to a CSU for Spring 2020 is August 31, 2019.  Check CalSTATE Apply for more information about possible Spring 2020 transfer.  Not all CSU's accept Spring transfers!  

Application deadline for UC and CSU is November 30th 2018 for Fall 2019! 

Meet College and University Representatives and find out about Transfer information.

Attending colleges and universities

Academy of Art University Antioch University-Santa Barbara Associate Degree for Transfer: CCCCO  
Azusa Pacific University Biola University Brandman University CA Community College to HBCU
Cal Maritime California Baptist University California Lutheran University Chapman University
The Chicago School of Prof. Psych. Columbia College Hollywood CSU Bakersfield CSU Channel Islands
  Gnomon   CSUCI-University Culture
CSU Northridge Grand Canyon University Hawai'i Pacific Univ. Humboldt State Univ.
Loyola Marymount University Menlo College Mount Saint Mary's University National University
    NewSchool of Architecture & Design Northern Arizona University
Otis College of Art & Design Providence Christian College UC Berkeley UC Davis
Pacific Oaks College Pepperdine University    
UC Irvine UC Los Angeles UC Merced UC Riverside
UC San Diego UC Santa Barbara UC Santa Cruz University Of LaVerne
University of San Fracisco University of Southern California University of Michigan University of Utah
Westmont College West Coast University Woodbury University Union Institute & University




  1. Academic Counseling: Explore career, transfer and work experience goals and receive coaching on the transfer process.
  2. Internship Opportunities 
  3. Career Exploration Workshops
  4. University Representative Consultations


  • College Catalogs & Brochures: Printed copies of the Moorpark College catalog are available for use in the office only. Catalogs are also accessible on all college and university websites.
  • Computers: A few computers are available for researching transfer information, grants, scholarships and other academic information.
  • Counseling Courses: Classes  are available to explore degrees and majors. Look for COUN M01, COUN M02 and COUN M20 classes in the Schedule of Classes.
  • ​​Online Resources: Resources include how to prepare and apply for admissions, how to use the internet to gather information on schools, and general transfer information.
  • ​​Transfer Degree Information: Transfer Degree Information: AD-T. Also, make sure to verify that your major is deemed similar to the CSUs for which you are applying by checking  A Degree With A Guarantee.
  • Transfer Planning Tools
  • Transfer Admission Guarantee Information
  • University & College Representatives/Community Connections
  • University/College Transfer Fair and Campus Events
  • Workshops


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*Stop by the CTC for a brochure

*Remember:  You are responsible for meeting the transfer requirements for your major and desired transfer school. Transfer information may change so it is advisable that you meet with academic counselors to review educational requirements.  

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Summer Office Hours:
Monday 8-5 pm; Tuesday 8-7 pm; Wednesday 8-7 pm; Thursday 8-5 pm; Friday (closed)

For additional information, visit The Career Transfer Center in Fountain Hall (FH) 110 or call (805) 378-1536