Regular Transfer Visits

Fall 2016

SLCC Taylorsville Redwood Campus – STC 2nd Floor

Tuesdays, August 30 – December 6 9am-2pm

SLCC South City Campus – Outside Advising Office

Sept. 21, Oct. 19, Nov. 16 9am-2pm

Program Contact

Paul Fisk

Transfer Coordinator & Advisor
Union 235
Meet with Paul

Elizabeth Gamarra

Transfer Program Graduate Assistant
Union 235

Jose Morales Diaz
SED Transfer Program Peer Mentor

Check out transfer peer mentor Jose’s article about transferring to the U!

Follow the Transfer Diversity Scholars Facebook Page to stay updated on transfer related events!

Join the Crimson Transfer Honor Society! CTHS strives to recognize the academic excellence attained by transfer students during their first semester at the University of Utah. Eligibility is determined by both your first semester GPA and attendance of Transfer Tuesdays events during your first semester. It is a transfer student honor society that is not a fraternity or sorority.

Transnational Education, Ethnic Studies 3790

The first semester and year after transferring to a new school is often the most difficult for transfer students. Transfer students usually have their lowest GPA at their new school in their first semester. We want to prevent this so we have a great class called ETHNC 3790 Transnational Education that is for new transfer students to help acclimate them to the University of Utah. Part of the course is an interesting focus on transnationalism and the other half of the class is connecting you to resources and opportunities on campus to help ensure you are as successful as possible. The professor of the class is excellent and is a big advocate for transfer students!

Class Description

Ethnic Studies 3790 is a class focused on improving student’s understanding of educational systems, and the cross-border impact on current educational access in the US. Specifically, students will focus on the educational, social and economic impact of historical trends of migration globally and in the US. The role of identity in contemporary migration patterns will be central to the discussion of transnationalism, including the ways gender, race, ethnicity, sexuality, and the intersection of identity inform the experience of migration. According to the US Census, the Utah foreign-born population and the population of color have both doubled in the last ten years and these rates are at their highest in history. The majority of foreign-born people in Utah are from Latin-American countries, Asia and Europe (Perlich, 2010). As a result, understanding the transnational experiences and what educational trends occur nationally are critical to making sense of Utah educational-pipelines.

For more information about the course please contact Paul Fisk at

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