The Career Center, located within the Manzanita Building adjacent to the Counseling area, offers materials and services to assist students with career information. The Center maintains a variety of resources including occupational publications, newsletters, college catalogs, and Eureka, a computerized vocational/educational information system.
The Transfer Center has many resource materials available to help facilitate the transition from Columbia College to other 2 and 4-year colleges and universities for completion of your educational goals. The Center houses catalogs from all California public schools as well as many from private and out-of-state schools. There are numerous videos and pamphlets available to enhance students' college research, as well as computers with Eureka software and Internet access. ASSIST provides direct access to articulation agreements with other colleges indicating which courses taken at Columbia are comparable with specific courses at the transfer school of choice.
The Occupational Information Network. Descriptions and job analysis of hundreds of careers to assist in career exploration.
Interviews with workers in over 1,000 careers. A personal point of view of what a job is really like.
Occupational Outlook Handbook
Comprehensive information on careers and future outlook in various career fields.
California College Information Links
Welcome to ASSIST
A website designed to help California Community College students transfer to a publically funded university in California (University of California or California State University). Explore majors offered at UC or CSU campuses.
Apply to California State University Campuses, research and compare offerings at CSU schools.
University of California - How to apply
How to apply to University of California campuses, application dates and tips on applying.
UC Transfer Admission Planner
UC's online program, called Transfer Admission Planner, is designed to help CA Community College students plan for their transfer to UC. This doesn't replace the need to meet with your community college counselor but it does help the UC's communicate with you and your community college counselor about requirements and helping you meet their requirements effectively.
UC TAG Home
Home page for students to start the process of applying for a University of California Transfer Admission Agreement.