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Welcome to the John Delloro Transfer Program in Social Justice

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2-Year Transfer Program
About Us

The John Delloro Transfer Program is designed to provide scholars with a strong foundation of skills to succeed both in academics and in their communities. The program offers a unique combination of coursework, close student-faculty interactions, peer-mentorship and ongoing workshops and events centered on social justice. We are a two-year learning community designed for students who plan to transfer to a 4-year university. Students enter the program with a group of socially-conscious individuals and complete a pre-planned program together. We also provide guaranteed enrollment in all program courses for our scholars. Students will receive personal attention from all program faculty as well as an educational plan from a Delloro counselor each semester. Successful completion of the program ensures transfer readiness and transfer competitiveness in 2 years.

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Program Highlights 
  • CCCP Scholars Program (Center for Community College Partnerships)
  • Internships and service learning
  • Cohort model
  • Peer-mentoring
  • University partnerships
  • Community organizing
Program Eligibility

Majoring in: Sociology, English, Social Work, Ethnic Studies (Chicano Studies, Asian-American Studies, African-American Studies), Communications, History, Political Science, Art, Anthropology and Philosophy

To qualify for the program students must:

  • Have completed English 28 (Ready to enroll in English 101 in Fall 2016)
  • Have completed Math 115 (Ready to enroll in Math 125 in Fall 2016)
  • Cumulative 3.0 GPA
  • Commit to program courses

 

To Apply to the John Delloro Transfer Program in Social Justice click here.
Fall 2016 Admission Deadlines:
May 30, 2016 (for students who have not assessed into English 101)
July 8, 2016 (for students who have assessed OR completed English 101)