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Transfer Student Programs & Services

At the Undergraduate Colleges, we encourage students to take the lead in navigating their own transfer paths by providing information, resources, and learning opportunities through transfer related activities.  Just like the Colleges, every transfer student is unique - this is why we provide both College-wide and College-specific programming, opportunities, organizations, and leadership opportunities. 

In accordance with Gov. Gavin Newsom’s stay-at-home executive order issued March 19, 2020.  All events must be postponed or cancelled until further notice due to the potential transmission of Coronavirus. Your support is very important to us, however our first priority is the health and safety of our students, faculty, staff and visitors. Please visit the UC San Diego current campus status page on the Return to Learn website for updates to campus.

Upcoming Events:

Inter-College Transfer Social Hour

Wednesday, March 3, 2021 | 5:00-7:00 pm

Join us for our second Inter-College Transfer Social Hour of Winter Quarter.  Inter-College Social Hours are the perfect way to stay connected with the Triton transfer community while also being socially distant.

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Transfer Social Hour

Join the Undergraduate Colleges for Transfer Social Hour programs for a chance to connect with transfer students from across UC San Diego in a fun and casual atmosphere.  


Transfer Tuesday

In collaboration with the All Campus Transfer Association (ACTA), we invite you to join us for weekly programs aimed at connecting transfer students with important resources, social support, and connection.


Transfer Challenge  - On hiatus for the 2020-2021 academic year

We created the Transfer Challenge to help first-year transfer students navigate important campus resources.  Participate in fun weekly challenges - attend events, try new things - and as a bonus earn points for your efforts and redeem them for prizes. 

College Student Organizations and Groups

Your College transfer student organizations and groups are ready to welcome you - whether you are looking to get involved or simply want to check out some events and meet new people.  

  • Revelle Transfer Student Network (RTSN)
    For more information, contact rtsn@ucsd.edu

  • Tribe of Muir Transfers (TMT)
    For more information, check us out on Facebook

  • Marshall College Transfer and Re-Entry Student Organization (TRES)
    For more information, contact avlasnik@ucsd.edu
     
  • Warren Transfer and Commuter Commission (WTCC)
    For more information, contact kbrecht@ucsd.edu

  • Eleanor's Transfers and Commuters (ETC)
    For more information, contact sgallenberg@ucsd.edu

  • Sixth College Transfer & Commuter Organization (STORCS)
    For more information, check us out on Facebook!

Campus Partners

The Undergraduate Colleges frequently collaborate with other departments at UC San Diego to bring you programs, resources, and connections.  Check out some of our MVPs - Most Valuable (Campus) Partners!

Transfer Student Success

Home to the Transfer Hub and Transfer Peer Coaching, Transfer Student Success provides resources, services, and programs to empower Triton Transfers to achieve their goals as they navigate UC San Diego's academic and cultural landscape. Learn more about their staff and programs.


All Campus Transfer Association (ACTA)

UC San Diego's All Campus Transfer Association is a student-run commission aimed at helping transfer students adjust to UCSD, find new friends, and have fun. Follow them on Facebook for more information on meetings and events.


Transfer Year Experience

Transfer Year Experience courses are designed to help you develop connections with faculty, staff, resources, continuing students from your College and your College cohort. We believe that building these relationships, becoming familiar with college programs and getting involved on campus will help you to make the most of your undergraduate experience.