All transfer applicants are required to meet the same admission requirements. However, UCSB does not have articulation agreements with colleges outside the California Community College (CCC) system. Admissions counsellors are not able to assess the work of other institutions in advance. More detailed information can be found in the course portability guide to find out which types of courses have the best chance of transferring to ucSB. The BALISE sets criteria for guaranteed admission to the BKSB. At UCSB, TAGs are available for all college of Letters and Science majors, with the exception of performing arts majors who require an audition. The TAG is not available to majors at the College of Engineering or the College of Creative Studies. For more information on articulation courses, visit the ASSIST website under the articulation agreements between UCSB and your Community College. Guaranteed authorization is more often referred to as "Transfer Admission Guarantee" (TAG). A TAG is a contractual agreement between you, SBCC, and a four-year university or university. Students who meet and maintain the most important admissions and requirements are guaranteed to be admitted to a four-year university or university. Guaranteed authorization is more often referred to as the Admission Guarantee Transfer (TAG).
A TAG is a contractual agreement that grants DAC students guaranteed admission to a participating transfer or university. A TAG may not be available for all majors, relevant programs and colleges or schools of a participating day or university university. Students who are interested in a ONE-DAY degree must meet the admission and course requirements in a timely manner to obtain admission to the participating university or university. In addition to the seven course model above, you are encouraged to complete as much as possible by preparing the lower division for your major project. Each UCSB major needs and/or recommends important preparatory courses, and the Selective Majors website will provide more information. Not sure what your major should be? We recommend that you take courses that meet the requirements of general education while you study the hiring work and try to work on potential topics. Students from the California Community are encouraged to refer to the ASSIST website for important preparations and course articulation. California Community Colleges-Historically Black Colleges - Universities Transfer Guarantee Program Check out our tag to take a look at the UCSB Transfer Admission Guarantee for students in the California community. Transfer students are not required to participate in the TAG to be considered eligible.
Non-TAG students (students who are not eligible or who have not completed a GAD) can continue to be admitted to university and are controlled by the general transfer entry pool. You must also apply for UC approval during the corresponding filing period. No impact on campus: Meet the minimum campus admission requirements - I submitted my TAG application and would now like to change my major. Is that possible? 1. A seven-course model application that earns a C or better value in each course: "Can I TAG if I have units at a Community College of California (CCC)? Yes, the TAG is really a guarantee as long as all the requirements are met. You must apply for a TAG at UCSB in September and apply for a UC at UCSB in November. Your TAG/authorization decision will be published between mid-April and the end of April. If you apply for GAD and meet all the TAG requirements, you are admitted to the BKSB. If you apply for GAD but do not meet all the GAD requirements, your admission to the UCSB is not guaranteed.
The UCSB TAG requires that specific requirements be met by the end of the fall period. We expect you to turn on your UC application by November 30, 2020 and complete the TAU in January before you begin reviewing applications - both TAG and regular decision.