Transfer to a Four-Year College
Make a Plan for Transfer Success
Students who plan 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 make an education plan with a counselor. This will ensure you meet the requirements for the specific institution you plan to attend.
Transfer eligibility is based on transferable college units and required coursework and GPA. Each institution has its own admission requirements. To prepare for transfer:
- Decide where you want to transfer
- Talk to a counselor about that school's specific requirements
- Create an education plan
Cosumnes River College has a variety of support services available to help you with career decision-making, problem resolution, and goal achievement.
Order Official CRC Transcripts
You must submit a separate order for each Los Rios college you attended.
Visit the Transfer Center
CRC's Transfer Center is here to guide you along the path of transferring from CRC to a four-year college. The Transfer Center assists students with university applications, plans transfer workshops and visits from university representatives, and more!
Transfer to California State University (CSU)
Learn about transfer requirements for the California State University (CSU) system, including Sacramento State (CSUS).
Associate Degrees for Transfer
An Associate Degree for Transfer guarantees students admission with junior standing to a California State University. Learn about the requirements for transfer degrees.
Transfer to University of California
Learn about transfer requirements for the University of California (UC) system, including UC Davis.
Transfer Admission Guarantee (TAG)
Cosumnes River College offers guaranteed admission to many four-year colleges and universities. Learn how you can take advantage of a transfer admission guarantee.
Transfer to a Private or Out-of-State College
Find information on how to transfer from Cosumnes River College to a private or out-of-state college or university.
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 repeat coursework.