Transfer to a 4-Year College
Make a Plan For Your Transfer Success
Students planning to transfer to the California State University (CSU) system, the University of California (UC) system, or to a private or out of state college or university should meet with a counselor to develop a plan to meet the admission and graduation requirements for the specific institution you plan to attend.
Transfer admission eligibility is based on transferable college units and/or high school records and test scores. Each institution has its own requirements for admission and junior standing. To prepare for transfer, students must decide which school they will attend, consult a counselor for the specific requirements for that particular institution, and to create a written educational plan.
The college has a variety of support services available to assist students with career decision-making, problem resolution, and goal achievement.
During remote operations our CSUS and UC Davis Transfer Services Representatives may be reached directly:
Transfer to a California State University
Transfer requirements for the California State University (CSU) system, including Sacramento State (CSUS).
Transfer to a University of California
Transfer requirements for the University of California (UC) system, including UC Davis.
Transfer to a Private or Out-of-State College
Information on how to transfer to a private or out-of-state college.
Associate Degrees for Transfer
Associate Degrees for Transfer awardees are guaranteed admission with junior standing within the CSU system.
Transfer Admission Guarantee (TAG)
Folsom Lake College offers guaranteed admission with 31 four-year institutions!
Articulation is the process that links the curriculum between community colleges and four-year colleges, so that students can transfer without experiencing a delay or having to redo coursework.
Make an Appointment with a Career or Transfer Counselor
Get help in choosing a major, career exploration, career counseling, job preparation, and transfer preparation and planning!