with AB 928
AB 928 strengthens transfer by creating greater state-level accountability through the creation of an intersegmental committee, streamlining general education requirements across the University of California and California State University systems, and establishing the ADT program as the preferred transfer pathway.
Work is Needed to Ensure Transfer Access & Success
Every year, more students are earning an Associate Degree for Transfer, but it is still not the preferred transfer pathway for community college students. ADT earners receive more benefits and guarantees than AA/AS degree earners.
More Latinx students are earning ADTs, but racial/ethnic equity gaps remain for Black and American Indian/Alaska Native students.
Learn More from State Leaders
The Transfer Process: A Conversation with California’s Higher Education System Leaders
“There’s been tremendous growth in the Associate Degree for Transfer in the California Community Colleges and we’re seeing more students than ever prepared to transfer… but we still have a ways to go. We still see disproportionate impact in students of color, but in particular Black & African American students. We must find ways to improve the pathway for Black & African American students.”
–California Community Colleges Chancellor Eloy Ortiz Oakley