If You're thinking of transfering to an Out-of-State School, the Interstate Passport may be right for you!
The Interstate Passport is a general education plan designed to meet the lower-division general education requirements at participating institutions nationwide.
Students wishing to transfer to a participating institution* may use the Interstate Passport to meet the lower-division general education requirements at that institution when they transfer.
This is true even when the requirements at that institution are different from those where the Passport was earned. Note: Some participating institutions require additional general education coursework for graduation, but this can be taken after transferring.
For more information contact Anita Martinez.
*The California State University and University of California do not currently accept the Passport. Instead, they require satisfying the appropriate CSUGE or IGETC plan prior to transferring. In the LACCD, however, these patterns overlap the Passport. Thus, LACCD students who complete one of them have also completed the Passport.