The UCSB Transfer Student Center: Community and Resources for UCSB Transfer Students
The Transfer Student Center is located at the "Ocean End" on the first floor of the UCSB library. (Enter through the main doors of the Paseo West entrance and turn right; keep walking towards the big blue wall.)
The Center connects current UCSB transfer students to resources that will help them survive and thrive academically and socially, and to prepare for life beyond UCSB – whether in a graduate school, a professional school, or a career.
- Gathering/study space
- Two full-time academic advisors
- Peer mentors
- Advisors and consultants from a variety of campus programs
- Workshops designed for transfer students
- The Transfer Student Center also supports a signature strength of UCSB: undergraduate participation in research. In particular, the Center provides programming and workshops that introduce students to a wide range of research opportunities.
Through access to these programs, the Center helps transfer students participate in the undergraduate experience.
Offices and programs partnering with the Transfer Student Center to support transfer students with advising, workshop, and other programming include: Financial Aid, Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS), the Educational Opportunity Program (EOP), Career Services, Campus Learning Assistance Services (CLAS), Summer Sessions, the Education Abroad Program (EAP), the UCSB Library, the Undergraduate Research and Creative Activities Grant Program (URCA), and the Faculty Research Assistance Program (FRAP).
In addition to providing services to support students at UCSB, the Center also coordinates with various offices on campus to provide outreach and assistance to prospective students.