Here's What We Do
The Transfer Center helps students research their options and make plans for a smooth transition to a four-year university or other institution.
While we're operating under restrictions related to COVID-19 for the 2022 winter quarter, you can still speak with a counselor or academic adviser by using the following options.
Appointments (Via Zoom)
You can use our online scheduling tool to make an appointment for a counseling session on Zoom.
If there are no appointments available, please check back, as new appointment times will become available every day.
Drop-in Sessions (via Zoom)
Drop-in sessions are only 10-15 minutes and are meant for quick questions regarding academic, career, and transfer counseling and advising. These sessions are not meant for completing a comprehensive educational plan, personal counseling or financial aid extension.
Drop-in sessions are hosted by counselors and academic advisers. Counselors can assist with all topics. Academic advisers can assist with all topics except:
- Academic Renewal Questions
- TAA/TAG Information
Click the burgundy button to sign-up for Drop-in session using your student ID (also known as Campuswide ID, or CWID) and date of birth (MMDDYYYY)
Note: If the Drop-In option is greyed out, there is no availability during that time. Please check back later during the posted drop-in hours. You may also visit General Counseling or Retention Support Services for their drop-in hours.
Special drop-in hours for the first week of Winter Quarter:
Monday, Jan. 3, 9 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Tuesday, Jan. 4, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Wednesday, Jan. 5, 12 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. (updated)
Thursday, Jan. 6, 12:30 p.m. - 3 p.m.
Friday, Jan. 7, 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. - You may also visit Retention Support Services for drop-in availability.
Winter Quarter drop-in hours:
Monday: 9 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Tuesday: 9 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Wednesday: 12 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Thursday: 12:30 p.m. - 3 p.m.
Friday: 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. - You may also visit Retention Support Services for drop-in availability.
A counselor or academic adviser will review your question and respond through the online system. Questions should be brief and relate to general academic issues only.
For questions regarding these areas, please use the following links:
- Admissions and Records - Student Records/Applications
- Assessment - Testing Appointments
- Evaluations - Transcripts/Degrees/Clear Prerequisite/AP Scores/GE Certifications
- Financial Aid - FAFSA Application/Award Status/Disbursement
- International Student Program
- Majors/Career Explorations
New at the Transfer Center
Share Your Good News!
Use our online form to let us know where you've been accepted for transfer. We'll keep you posted on plans for recognizing our student transfer success stories!
Updates and Opportunities
Be sure to check our Updates and Opportunities webpage for useful announcements and information about new opportunities to learn about transfer universities and requirements.
Transfer Tips Video
Get tips on planning for a successful transfer from this new video, part of our '80s-themed Video Help Series.
Before You Request Pass/No PassSome transfer universities have restrictions on accepting courses taken as Pass/No Pass.
We Can Help With
- Appointments for in-depth transfer planning
- Information about articulation agreements, guaranteed admission and impacted majors
- Access and help with ASSIST.org
- Meetings at De Anza with representatives from UC and CSU campuses, as well as private and out-of-state universities
- Workshops and information sessions covering topics such as the online application process, steps to transfer, Transfer Admission Guarantees and UC Personal Insight Questions
- If you're applying this fall to transfer to UC or CSU, you should know there have been some technical issues with the launch of the redesigned statewide ASSIST website, which normally provides current information on transferable courses.
- You can find more information about by visiting the ASSIST News page on De Anza's website.
- For any questions, contact the Transfer Center.
Make the Most of Your Visit
- Before your meeting, make a list of questions that you want to ask.
- Be sure you have any records that are relevant to the issues you want to discuss – such as your educational plan, placement information or test scores, or transcripts from other colleges. (For transcript evaluations, visit this Admissions webpage.)
- Be on time!
Check the Transfer Events page for more information on additional events.
Visit these webpages for useful information to help you plan for a successful transfer.