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Tuesday, July 22, 2014

The Technical Support button (above) is to assist CCC counselors in finding the information they need on the TCW - NOT to answer counseling questions. Students - please direct your counseling questions to your campus counselors.
Counselors: If we are offline you can still use the Technical Support Button to send us your question.  You can also use the search bar, FAQ knowledge base and site map - located on the footer menu at the bottom of all TCW webpages - to help you find what you need on the TCW.


A One-stop Repository of Transfer Counseling Tools & Resources
Built for CCC Counselors by CCC Counselors



ATTENTION CCCs - TCW has received numerous requests from CCC counselors for ADT links with major-specific
courses. In response, we are now populating the
CCC GE, CSU Breadth & IGETC page with SB 1440 Associate Degree
Transfer Links (also known as AA-T and AS-T)
as well as the 2014-15 GE Patterns.
Please send your campus ADT link and GE patterns for 2014-15 to the This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .


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The Transfer Counselor Website (TCW) is a one-stop repository of resources and tools for California's community college counselors. This website is NOT designed to be used by students or parents.
The TCW does not take the place of a counselor on your campus. It is intended to assist California's Community College (CCC) counselors while working with CCC students to establish an appropriate path toward transferring from a California community college to a 4-year university. If you are a student or parent on this site, we STRONGLY recommend that you set an appointment with your California community college counselor to develop a Student Education Plan.  We are constantly working to improve it. Like the site? Got questions or suggestions?
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