Transfer Student Resources

Whether you're a new transfer student or have been at SSU for a semester or more, below are some resources specifically designed to help you:

Transfer Student Programs

Transfer Student Programs (TSP) provides resources and services to meet the unique needs of prospective, incoming, and continuing transfer students. On this site you'll learn: 

  • Ensure you have a smooth transition to SSU by meeting with a Transfer Advisor for help with General Education Advising and registration questions. Please see an Academic Advisor in your major for major advising;
  • Get Involved! Did you know there are unique ways for transfer students to get involved at SSU?
    • Connect with another transfer student who has successfully transition to SSU with the Transfer Mentors and Ambassadors Program; if you've successfully transitioned to SSU, considering joining as a mentor or ambassador to help incoming transfer students;
    • Join the Tau Sigma National Honor Societ if you earn at least a 3.5 GPA in your first semester at SSU.
  • Learn about all of the Resources available to transfer students, including the Career Center, Disability Services for Students, the Educational Opportunity Program, and the Learning and Academic Resource Center.

Applying for On-Campus Housing

For our transfer students, Sonoma State offers three unique villages: Sauvignon Village and the Hillside Villages of Beaujolais and Tuscany. All three villages offer a unique blend of independent living and a community atmosphere for students looking to live with other students their own age. To learn more about the options available to you, please visit the Housing Options webpage.

The Housing Application Process for Incoming Transfer Students page provides directions for applying for on-campus housing.