Simple Transfer Credit Application
Transfers don’t have to be difficult. Let us help.
To get started, all you have to do is reach out to one of our capable admissions consultants. The faculty will carefully evaluate your high school and college transcripts to see if any of your courses may be applicable toward one of our degree programs. We transfer as many credits as possible for your program. Once we’ve determined your courses’ eligibility, we’ll help you apply. It’s that simple.
Transfer Your Community College Credits
Save yourself time, money, and a load of frustration.
Many students enroll at community colleges, sometimes without any real direction or career goals. Sometimes, students enroll at community colleges simply to earn their general education credits. If you took courses at community college, CCSD will help you get the most out of them. Talk to us, and we’ll make sure you get every eligible credit placed toward one of our degree programs.
International Student Transfers
This is your opportunity to live, work, and study in the U.S.
We accept qualified international students! With California College San Diego, you can live in the U.S., hold a part- or full-time job, and earn your degree all at the same time. Gain the valuable knowledge and skills you need for a better life while gaining the experience of living in the United States.
Advanced Placement Exams
See if your advanced placement (AP) courses contribute toward your degree.
Call us or stop by a campus today to see if your advanced placement courses can transfer to California College San Diego. Your AP classes were designed to give you an advantage starting college, so why not find out? You owe it to yourself and your future.
Additional Methods to Transfer Credits
Get every eligible credit you can.
Besides what we’ve already mentioned, there are other ways to transfer or earn credit at California College San Diego. Ask us about credits you may qualify for through such methods as industry-recognized certifications (for example, Cisco Certified Network Associate®), competency examination or College-Level Examination Program (CLEP).