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Video: How I transferred to UCLA

This post was updated Nov. 7 at 6:17 p.m.

Gov. Jerry Brown recently signed a bill into law that will make the first year of community college free for first time students. The path from community college to university is a complicated one, but Dean Hughes from the Daily Bruin is here to provide a bit of guidance should you want to transfer to UCLA, based on his experience.


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Editor’s note: This video contains several opinions and pieces of information that require further context so as to not misrepresent the experience of UCLA transfer students. This video is meant to represent one transfer experience. The Transfer Alliance Program is only applicable to majors in the College of Letters and Sciences and is not offered at every community college. Students also require 60 transferable units to be admitted to UCLA. In addition, the Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum is only applicable to certain majors.

Hughes is a news/opinion producer for Video. He was previously a contributor for Video.

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