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Winter 2020 Hours (beginning February 10):
Monday - Friday, 9:00 am - 6:00pm
Phone: 858-246-4997
Email: tritontransfers@ucsd.edu 
Biomedical Library Building, Room 130

Join us as we launch our Triton Transfer Hub with celebrations every day! 

Monday: First 10 to visit the Hub will receive $10 in Triton Cash!
Tuesday: Taco Tuesday from 4 - 6pm. First 50 served.
Wednesday: Meet our team in the Price Center Plaza, then come to our Hub with a stamped card and get a free t-shirt!
Thursday: Play Day with gaming available all day.
Friday: "Love Thy Transfer" and create Valentines for your friends and family all day.

Winter 2020 Services & Programs

Transfer Peer Coaching

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Snack n Chat Series:
Fridays, 3:00 - 4:00pm in the Biomedical Library Building Events Room (1st floor)

  • January 24: All things Internships with guest Director, Academic Internship Programs,Tricia Taylor
  • January 31: Study Abroad (affordably) as a Transfer with guests from the Study Abroad Office
  • February 14: Leveraging your Network with guest Janette Williams, Director for the Gordon Engineering Leadership Center
  • February 21: Career Topics with guest Career Counselor, Jessica Kongthong
  • February 28: Careers in Pharmaceutical Sciences with guests from Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences
  • More topics to come!

Tutoring, supported by the Teaching and Learning Commons 
Transfer Social: Thursday, January 23, 5:00 - 7:00pm in the Stage Room (next to Soda & Swine)

 

Meet the Team

Transfer Student Success provides resources, services, and programs to empower Triton Transfers to achieve their goals as they navigate UC San Diego's academic and cultural landscape. We assist students in their transition through active engagement in opportunities that support their paths and build community so they thrive academically, professionally, and personally.

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You spoke. We listened.  Transfer Student Success asked transfer students what they would like to see in the new transfer center spaces during our November 2019 listening campaign. Below are the results of our findings and our plans for the Academic Year 2019-2020.  The listening campaign was designed to hear the variety of needs of transfer students at UC San Diego in their own words, and then work together to prioritize our program plans. This listening campaign focused on creating short and long-term goals for both physical and digital spaces to meet the students’ needs of today and tomorrow based on available resources within Transfer Student Success and our partners.   340 students participated in an online questionnaire. The questionnaire asked them to rank on a scale the type of programs, services, and resources they would like to see in the Transfer Center. There was opportunity to elaborate after each section.  45 students participated in face-to-face group dialogue. These groups focused on prioritizing what services and programs should be offered in physical and digital spaces for this academic year. In addition, we also discussed naming the transfer center.  Your responses  Desired programs.  1. career counseling 2. Academic advising hours 3. Networking with faculty 4. Industry/grad school info sessions 5. Career workshops  Desired services.  1. Printing & computer access 2. Individual & group study 3. On-campus event info: career 4. On-campus event info: academic 5. Hangout opportunities  Partnership ideas: wellness ambassadors, career peers/counselors, colleges/majors, food pantry, SVRC  How we will respond Action plan for 19-20  1. Host “Snack n’ Chat” Series on Fridays from 3-5 which cover professional development, academic topics, and transfer student discussions. 2. Provide free computer use, printing, and snacks within the space, as well as on-campus resources both physically and digitally. 3. Collaborate across departments to host student-lead wellness events and socials. Schedules TBD. 4. Train peer coaches who can support students professionally, academically, and personally through their goals. 5. Collaborate with colleges and departments to share opportunities for academic advising and academic planning. 6. Provide tutoring provided by the Teaching + Leaning Commons for high-need courses, such as chemistry.  This is the top of the iceberg! We will continuously reassess and keep growing!  Student feedback: "I just transferred here and I have no idea what I’m doing. I feel like all the work is within my ability, but I am so overwhelmed I end up falling short. Connecting to the campus is something I think is really important to help transfer students with too...I think it can be a bit more intimidating. Overall, all these ideas are exactly what I’ve been venting about with other transfers. I hope this will be available to us soon, as I’ll definitely make use of it."