Transfer Alliance Project

The UC Berkeley Transfer Alliance Project (TAP) is a highly successful academic advising and enrichment program that prepares low-income and otherwise educationally disadvantaged community college students throughout California to be competitive transfer applicants to UC Berkeley and other four year colleges. It is home to the UC Berkeley National Institutes of Health (NIH) Bridges to Baccalaureate Program.

TAP has served over 4,200 students. Currently, it annually serves more than 1,000 students studying at 31 community colleges in Northern and Southern California.

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In order to increase the number of veteran applicants to the University of California, Berkeley, the Cal Armed Forces Alumni for Equity and Inclusion (CAFAEI) wants to create and continue to support student veteran groups at community colleges. By creating or continuing to support student veteran groups at community colleges, Cal alumni, veterans or non veterans, will have the opportunity to connect with each other and mentor, network, and provide transfer information to veterans who plan to apply to Cal.

Join CAFAEI in this effort by volunteering your time. Join our email list to learn more and keep up to date on events and other volunteer opportunities.