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Los Angeles Valley College is currently only offering remote/online services. If you need to reach us, please use our online services below. We ask for your patience as we are working hard to serve all students.

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Transfer Admission Guarantee

Interested in learning how you can receive guaranteed admission to one of six UC campuses? Attend a TAG workshop where we go over the application and requirements! 

Register here.  

UC TAG Matrix

CSU's Open for Spring 2022 Admission 

Filing Period: August 1-30, 2021 

Check out what campuses are open.

NEW Career Development Resources

Self-guided Canvas Modules

How to Get Hands-on Experience 

Informational Interviewing 

Job Shadow 

Associate Degree for Transfer (AD-T)

Check out our new AD-T Sheets. Learn about earning an associate degree at LAVC AND getting guaranteed admission to the CSU system. 

Watch this video to learn more about the benefits of earning an AD-T at LAVC> 

Make an one-on-one virtual appointment with a Career/Transfer Staff Member. 


Do You Have a Transfer Question? Ask us!


Welcome to the Career & Transfer Center! 


The Career/Transfer Center, located in the Counseling Department, provides services to assist students in selecting a major or career goal along with preparing to transfer or completing an Associate Degree and/or a Certificate at LAVC. Career exploration is offered in conjunction with counseling to assist students in self-discovery and decision making. The Career/Transfer Center offers assessments that explores ones interests, skills, values, personality and learning styles. The Virtual Career Center, offers students online access to career/major exploration including self-assessments and other career development resources. The Career/Transfer Center reference library and computer lab provides information about occupations as well as transfer opportunities and requirements. Representatives from 4 year colleges and universities are available to meet with students on a regular basis.

Several online resources including Eureka are available to assist students in their career decision making process.  Eureka provides the most up-to-date California and national information on occupations, majors, colleges, and training programs. Students are able to make occupational print-outs of information to discuss further with a counselor.

The Career/Transfer Center also offers:

  • Career Counseling
  • Career assessment, exploration, and planning
  • Assistance with choosing or researching a major
  • University information and transfer assistance
  • Individual appointments, and visits by university representatives
  • Bus trips to 4 year universities
  • College fairs and career panels
  • Transfer, career, and student success workshops


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