Transfer Achievement Program

The Transfer Achievement Program (TAP) is a program designed to encourage and support students in their goal of transferring to a four-year college or university.  This goal is met by offering a comprehensive, student-centered instructional, and peer-supportive program tailored to meet the needs of today’s community college students.




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  • Reserved sections in English, reading, math, and counseling courses.
  • Classes in college success and career and life planning.


  • Additional personal and academic support from instructors, counselors, and peer facilitators.
  • Connections with TAP Counselor to ensure a successful transfer.


  • Connections with TAP Counselor to ensure a successful transfer.
  • Opportunities to visit leading colleges and universities.

How to Participate

To participate, a student must be

Eligible to enroll in two of the following courses:

  • English   60, 99, 100 and/or Math 20 or 40 and/or Read 56 or 96
  • Eligible to enroll in the TAP Counseling 151.

Available to attend classes Monday through Friday from 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

A student who has completed 15 or fewer units.

Available to enroll in day classes.

Able to commit to additional time for Supplemental Instruction.

Willing to be a full-time student.

Information Sessions

In order to participate in TAP, students must attend one of the following information sessions:

(here will be a chart that reflects the orientation schedule—this changes each semester)

Please call the Counseling Center at 714-992-7084 to sign-up for a TAP information session.

Transfer Achievement Program
Planning Committee

Erika Diaz, Administrative Assistant

Brandon Floerke and Jessica Johnson, Facilitator Coordinators

Dani Wilson, Dean of Library/Learning Resources, Instructional Support Programs and Services

Dan Willoughby, Dean of Humanities and Co-Coordinator

Heather Halverson, Counselor and Recruitment Coordinator

Richard Levesque, Faculty Representative

Mark Greenhalgh, Dean of Mathematics & Computer Sciences

Cecilia Arriaza, Director, Cadena/Transfer Center

Sunshine Vidal, Counselor

Carol G. Shier, Co-Coordinator