This site was designed specifically with transfer students in mind. Please take some time before your orientation date to familiarize yourself with the material on this site. Do not be alarmed as you navigate through BroncoDirect if your records do not reflect all your transfer coursework. Your Transfer Credit Report (TCR) includes course information for only transcripts that have been received and reviewed by Admissions & Outreach and processed by the Registrar’s Office. An updated TCR will be made available to you on your orientation day. Bring any questions you may have after viewing the information.
The ASSIST acronym stands for Articulation System Stimulating Interinstitutional Student Transfer.
ASSIST is an online student-transfer information system that shows how course credits earned at one public California college or university can be applied when transferred to another. ASSIST is the official repository of articulation for California’s public colleges and universities and provides the most accurate and up-to-date information about student transfer in California.
Visit the ASSIST website for more information.
Curriculum Sheets list the core and support courses required for a particular major and suggests general education classes that will result in the most efficient path to a degree in your major.
Road maps are a quarter-by-quarter plan of the courses required for a particular major that include reminders and major-specific advice. As a transfer student, several courses on Years 1 and 2 of your road map may already be completed. Here is an example of a road map:
Checking Your To-Do List
The process of adding classes in BroncoDirect is similar to online shopping. There are three steps to adding any class:
The Waitlist system allows you to line up for a seat in classes that are already full. In BroncoDirect, you will be able to see how many students are already on the waitlist for any class. By attempting to enroll in a class that is full, you will automatically be placed on the waitlist for that class. If a seat opens up and you are the next student on the waitlist, you will be automatically enrolled in the class (provided that you meet the indicated prerequisites and do not have any registration holds). If you do not get into the class, you may also check with your advisor to see what other open classes meet the same requirement.
Permission numbers can be used to allow enrollment either when a class is full (Instructor Approval Required) or when the indicated prerequisites
With a focus on retention and improved graduation rates campus-wide, the mission of the Graduation Initiative is clear, “To reinforce quality education and promote academic success by understanding the issues that hinder retention and completion and addressing the findings with appropriate interventions, services, and practices.” Interested in learning more and getting involved? Learn more here.
The Kellogg Legacy Project Endowment has awarded nearly $1.6 million in grants to 25 campus programs to strengthen academics, support current and incoming students, aid faculty in teaching and research, and continue building relationships with the community... read more here.