Unit BC reviews and manages agreements that generate net revenue for UCLA on behalf of the Regents of the University of California (UC Regents). Our goal is to offer a value-added service that matches your department`s schedules and goals. Commercial contracts (BCs) are revenue service agreements between UCLA and a (non-federal) client under which the client is paid to UCLA for the provision of services and generates net income. “Income” refers to the flow of money, which means that ucla is paid for the provision of services. A list of many goods and services purchased by the university, as well as contact information for the buyer in campus purchases, who can help you with each of them. For more information, please contact tap.ucla.edu/ or through a fee consultant. The Vendor Agreements List provides a sortable and searchable index of items for which academic contracts have been negotiated and established. Students attending California Community Colleges are a key part of California`s higher education master plan, which receive a preferred transfer license at the University of California (UC) and California State University (CSU). Orange Coast College is the community leader for Orange County and is in the top 3 total uc and UHC transfers combined.
Our success is mainly due to our diversity of academic resources and support services, the availability of high-level university courses and transfer agreements. The California Fee Transfer Board (HTCC) is a group of fee programs from a number of community colleges in California that negotiate agreements with colleges and universities throughout California. Ralph Bunche Scholars of LACC has access to the benefits of these agreements. You can find HTCC`s current agreements on the HTCC Transfer Partners page. Honorary bag students who meet the UC minimum eligibility, take 15 units of honorary courses until the end of the spring semester preceding the transfer, have at least 3.2 GPA in these honorary courses and have at least 3.2 cumulative transferable GPA (all colleges) can be TAP certified. TAP certified students are given priority for transfer to UCLA`s College of Letters and Sciences majors (non-communication, education and social transformation, engineering, film, nursing, public affairs, or theater) and may opt for a second major within the College of Letters and Science as long as it is not on the “short” list of www.admission.ucla.edu/Prospect/Adm_tr/ADM_CCO/tap_alt_mjr.htm. Acceptance rates are much higher for TAP certified students. MTSC TAP students are 2-3 times more likely to be accepted into UCLA than with other mt candidates. BAG! UCLA`s local P2P austerity program was born out of UC CFO Peter Taylor`s challenge for purchases across the UC system to achieve annual savings of $200 million by GJ17.