Achieve your transfer goals!

Cabrillo Transfer Services

Transfer Application Season is Here!
Apply for Transfer to Fall '22 Term

The CSU application is now open to submit and the UC application is available to view.

Join us for a month of virtual events!
College and Career Chats

October 2-28, 2021

Explore your college options. Discover academic programs. Learn about resources to support your goals.

Hear from Faculty, Staff and Students
  • October 2-16, 2021 - UC, CSU and Independent Colleges for both incoming freshman and transfer students

  • October 18 - 21, 2021 Cabrillo Chats for high school students to learn about Cabrillo

  • October 25 - 28, 2021 Transfer Chats for for current Cabrillo students to learn about the transfer process

Cabrillo College is ranked #1 in transfers to UCSC

All of our counselors are qualified to assist you in your journey from Cabrillo to your desired four-year college/university. To schedule an appointment with a counselor regarding transferring, you can contact

Contact Us
Phone hours below

Monday - Thursday

9:00 am - 11:00 am, 3:00-5:00 pm


9:00 am -5:00 pm

Learn More ▼
Transfer Admission Guarantees (TAG)

The Transfer Admission Guarantee (TAG) is a program for California community college students to earn a guaranteed acceptance to a university. There are six participating University of California (UC) that offer TAG; UC Davis, UC Irvine, UC Merced, UC Riverside, UC Santa Barbara, and UC Santa Cruz. Students are encouraged to make a Cabrillo counseling appointment and or watch our video to learn more.

Transfer Application Assistance

Webinars and workshops, hosted by both Cabrillo and our UC/CSU partners, offer resources and helpful tips on filling out your UC and CSU applications. Visit our Transfer Application Assistance page for helpful webinars/websites to help you with the application process. Additional information and to register for these events and workshops can be found on the Transfer Events Calendar.

Representatives from Four-Year Colleges & Universities

Representatives from four-year colleges and universities meet with students individually and in group workshops during the Fall and Spring semester.