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Transfer Scholarship Process

CONGRATULATIONS, it is great that you are transferring to a university. 

Can you say YES to the following question:

  1. Are you financially ready to transfer?
    1. If you are HONEST and the answer is ❝NO❞ then you need to talk to the Cuyamaca College SCHOLARSHIP SPECIALIST. 
    2.  Do this ONE academic year before you transfer. Waiting till your Last semesterIS NOT OPTIMAL!
  2. Do YOU know what transfer  scholarships are?
  3. Do you know where to FIND THEM?

Learn how to find "Transfer Scholarships" before you are GONE!  SEE YOU SCHOLARSHIP SPECIALIST IMMEDIATELY!



  1. How to complete an application (Click Here)
  2. Safe resources to use at least 6 mo. before your Transfer (Click Here)
  3.  Where else to look on my new campus: (Transfer Diagram)
  • University's Financial Aid/Transfer Students Scholarships Webpage - A specific Transfer Subpage ❝MAY❞ be available to transfer students.  This type of page is usually limited to general scholarship resources.   
  • Specific College of Study Webpage - Scholarships on these college webpages are normally focused the areas of studies associated with the college and provide access to a list of available scholarships.
  • Specific Departments - These scholarships are specific to each discipline, they can be found on various sources that include: Department Welcome Meetings, Bulletin Boards, Webpages, Blackboard Notices or other Learning Management Systems used by your professors.

  • Alumni - Establish scholarships throughout the University much depends on the University, College or Department's  ability to support the scholarship.  Some Universities have independent ❝Alumni Website❞ that support all ALUMNI activity including scholarships.

Upper Division Scholarship (Click Here)

Assistance League of Greater San Diego offers funding for scholarships FULL-TIME students who are transitioning from a community college to an accredited four-year college, attending  or university in the United State or are continuing as a junior in a  Community College that offers a Bachelors Programs:  Such as  PLNU & CUYAMACA COLLEGE's New Baccalaureate Programs.

AL Application Guidelines and Procedures (Click Here)

Assistance League Scholarship Flyer

NOTE: A Complete list of universities and colleges is available

Contact Us

For further assistance and guidance in applying for scholarships, please contact the Scholarship Office. We are located in the Financial Aid Office (Building 300) at the Student Services Center. To make an appointment please email or call (619) 660-4537 we will need your Student ID number, also if you email us please give us your best date/times for your appointment. Walk-in appointments are welcome.

Ernest Williams
Scholarship Specialist
Financial Aid Office
(619) 660-4537

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Last Updated: 01/12/2018
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