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Guaranteed Program for Admission – California

Designed for California community college students, the Guaranteed Program for Admission helps you stay focused on earning your undergraduate degree and plan for a smooth transfer to ASU.

Learn about the program

Guaranteed admission requirements

General university admission is guaranteed upon successfully meeting the following conditions*:

  • an associate degree with a minimum cumulative transfer GPA of 2.50

or

  • a fully certified Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum (IGETC) or California State University General Education (CSUGE), with a minimum cumulative transfer GPA of 2.50 plus either a final high school transcript or GED

or

  • completion of at least 24 transferable semester credits with a minimum cumulative transfer GPA of 3.00 (4.00=“A”) plus either a final high school transcript or GED


You will also need to submit an Arizona State University admission application, including any additional documents required, such as official college transcripts.

*Some ASU colleges and schools have additional or higher requirements for admission into their programs.

Next step: Build a Transfer Map and sign up for the Guaranteed Program for Admission

The Guaranteed Program for Admission helps you plan and complete your community college coursework to meet the lower-division course requirements for your ASU major. When you complete the program, you’ll be on track to earn your bachelor’s degree. Use the Transfer Map search to select your transfer college and ASU major, the results of which will outline all of the courses to take prior to transfer. Once you have the desired combination, sign up to receive all of the Guaranteed Program for Admission benefits.

To be eligible for the Guaranteed Admissions Program benefits such as guaranteed admission into ASU and your major, you’ll need to complete the following steps:

  1. Build your Transfer Map. Visit the Transfer Guide to build your Transfer Map. Enter your desired ASU major and current college information to outline the courses you can complete prior to transferring.
  2. Create Transfer Guide Account. Next, create a Transfer Guide account so that you may save your Transfer Map and refer to it later.
  3. Complete Agreement Form. After you receive an email confirming account creation, you will complete the transfer pathway agreement form in the Transfer Guide. This step will make you eligible to receive the benefits of the program.
  4. Stay Connected to ASU. After completing the agreement form, you’ll receive an email confirmation. Watch for communications from ASU to keep you connected to the university as you complete your community college coursework. Continue referring to your Transfer Map to ensure you’re taking the right classes to transfer to your ASU degree.

Build a Transfer Map

Apply to ASU

Completing the Guaranteed Program for Admission agreement is one part of your transfer process. Begin your application for admission up to a year before you are ready to transfer. Make sure you have met all admissions requirements, and submit the application for admission, pay the application fee and send official college transcripts to ASU.

Apply now  

 

ASU partners with the following community colleges in California

Allan Hancock College
American River College
Antelope Valley College
Bakersfield College
Barstow Community College
Berkeley City College
Butte College
Cabrillo College
Cañada College
Cerritos College
Cerro Coso Community College
Chabot College
Chaffey College
Citrus College
City College of San Francisco
Clovis Community College
Coastline Community College
College of Alameda
College of Marin
College of San Mateo
College of the Canyons
College of the Desert
College of the Redwoods
College of the Sequoias
College of the Siskiyous
Columbia College
Compton College
Contra Costa College
Copper Mountain College
Cosumnes River College
Crafton Hills College
Cuesta College

Cuyamaca College
Cypress College
De Anza College
Diablo Valley College
East Los Angeles College
El Camino College
Evergreen Valley College
Feather River College
Folsom Lake College
Foothill College
Fresno City College
Fullerton College
Gavilan College
Glendale Community College
Golden West College
Grossmont College
Hartnell College
Imperial Valley College
Irvine Valley College
Lake Tahoe Community College
Laney College
Las Positas College
Lassen College
Long Beach City College 
Los Angeles City College
Los Angeles Harbor College
Los Angeles Mission College
Los Angeles Pierce College
Los Angeles Southwest College

Los Angeles Trade - Technical College
Los Angeles Valley College
Los Medanos College
Mendocino College
Merced College
Merritt College
MiraCosta College
Mission College
Modesto Junior College
Monterey Peninsula College
Moorpark College
Moreno Valley College
Mt. San Antonio College
Mt. San Jacinto College
Napa Valley College
Norco College
Ohlone College
Orange Coast College
Oxnard College
Palomar College
Palo Verde College
Pasadena City College
Porterville College
Reedley College
Rio Hondo College
Riverside City College
Sacramento City College
Saddleback College
San Bernardino Valley College

San Diego City College
San Diego Mesa College
San Diego Miramar College
San Joaquin Delta College
San Jose City College
Santa Ana College
Santa Barbara City College
Santa Monica College
Santa Rosa Junior College
Santiago Canyon College
Shasta College
Sierra College
Skyline College
Solano Community College
Southwestern College
Taft College
Ventura College
Victor Valley College
West Los Angeles College
West Hills Lemoore
West Hills Coalinga
West Valley College
Woodland Community College
Yuba College


Attending a community college not on this list?

Transferring to ASU is still possible. Learn how and when to apply for transfer admission, application steps, and important upcoming dates.