- Grade Level Checklists
- 4-Year College Admissions
- Community College
- A-G Requirements
- CCR (College a& Career Readiness Academy)
- Letters of Rec & Transcripts
- Student Counseling Workshops
CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY
There are 23 CSU campuses which focuses on practical and career orientation. Students who graduate from CSU’s will be ready to enter the work based on their bachelor’s degree training.
Visit www.csumentor.edu for admissions requirements, deadlines, and the application.
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA
There are nine UC campuses which focus on academic and scientific research with an emphasis on theoretical learning with the assumption that graduates will pursue a higher degree before entering their career.
Visit www.universityofcalifornia.edu for admissions requirements, deadlines, and the application.
PRIVATE COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES
Private colleges and universities have a wide range of focus, including research
institutions, small liberal arts colleges, faith-based universities, and specialized
colleges. Please visit individual websites for specific admission information.
Use the links below to access external websites:
American Academy of Dramatic Arts, LA
Occidental College, Los Angeles www.oxy.edu
Application windows typically open in late winter and early spring. Several local community colleges will allow high school seniors early enrollment before current college students.
Please check individual websites for dates to take advantage of early enrollment:
All California Community Colleges
The A-G / College Entrance Requirements are a sequence of high school courses that students must complete (with a grade of C or better) to be minimally eligible for admission to the University of California (UC) and California State University (CSU). They represent the basic level of academic preparation that high school students should achieve to undertake university work.
Click HERE to view or print a chart that summarizes the A-G / College Entrance Requirements.
Click HERE for a listing of all the courses Tustin High School offers, and where they "fit" for A-G Requirements.
The CCR Academy time is dedicated to College and Career Readiness for all Tillers. For 40 minutes, twice a month, students will have the opportunity to explore their post Tustin High School plans. During this time, students will learn college and career based curriculum HERE using our Naviance - Family Connection program.
2017-2018 CCR Academy dates:
September 6 and 25
For log-in information, please contact Mrs. Menjivar, at extension 87160, in the Counseling Department.
LETTERS OF RECOMMENDATION
UC and CSU applications do not request letters of recommendation.
Many private schools will request letters from teachers and/or counselors/administrators. Please submit a completed Brag Sheet to administrators and counselors before requesting a letter and allow up to two school weeks to complete.
Plan ahead, and ask early before application deadlines!
Click HERE to print the THS Letter of Recommendation Information Packet and Brag Sheet.
FINAL OFFICIAL TRANSCRIPTS
To send official transcripts electronically, please sign up here with our transcript servicing company, PARCHMENT.
Alumni, you may obtain your Transcripts electronically by creating an account on Parchment.com by clicking HERE, where you can collect and manage your credentials in a central online profile, and send and share your Transcripts anytime. There is a $5 fee for this service that you must pay when submitting your request. If you prefer, you may also contact Mrs. Garcia at (714)730-7414, Ext. 87169.