CEP COLLEGE CHECKLISTS
OTHER CEP RESOURCES
Keeping track of your college accounts can be messy. This sheet houses all IDs and passwords for college applications and other college related accounts. To edit this document, click "File" in the top left corner, then click "Make a copy."
Colleges want to know what you do with your time outside of the classroom. Whether you support your family, play sports, or volunteer, this document will help you keep track of your extracurricular activities. Extracurricular activities are key to becoming more competitive for college. To edit this document, click "File" in the top left corner, then click "Make a copy."
Use this document to keep track of your college list! You can also track key information like college acceptance rates and the major you want to apply for at that school.
This preparation form will assist students with collecting key information so that students have easy access to it when it's time to fill out applications and forms. To edit use this document, click "File" in the top left corner , then click "Make a copy."
This tool will help students compare different financial aid awards they received from different schools. This can help students make a choice on which college to attend after they have received their acceptances. To edit this document, click "File" in the top left corner, then click "Make a copy."
CEP PROGRAMS FOR TRANSFER
The PUENTE Community College Program is an academic, counseling and mentoring program of support for students to build the skills necessary for success in both academic and career goals while in community college. Students enrolled in the PUENTE program work closely with their Counselor, English Instructor and Mentor to prepare for transfer to four-year colleges and universities.
UC Berkeley's Community College Transfer Services (CCTS) provides transfer and academic advising to increase educational access for California community college students who are interested in transferring to UC Berkeley and the University of California. UC Berkeley's CCTS advisers regularly visit 45 California community colleges to provide individual academic advising, classroom presentations, and transfer workshops for students, as well as in-service training for counselors and special services personnel.
Since its founding in 1999, TAP has served over 18,000 students and around 80% of TAP participants who applied to UC Berkeley were admitted to Cal. TAP alumni thrive at UC Berkeley and have been admitted to graduate programs at Harvard, Yale, Brown, Stanford School of Medicine/Law School, Berkeley Law, University of Virginia School of Law, Oxford, and others.