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Committee Members

Rudolph Besikoff
Sherri Rodriguez 

Faculty Members
Clive Gordon *Chairperson
Joyce Romero
Michael Gold
Eliza Uzunyan
Pamela B. Williams
Brett Carthew
Nathan Placencia
Laura Scott
Maria Elena Francis-Benitez

Staff Members
Barbara Schneider
Marsha Respess

Student ASU Members
Zoe Atkins

Resource Members
Deborah Kaye



Team Transfer Committee

Team Transfer Committee



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Team Transfer Committee Mission Statement:

The Mission of the Team Transfer Committee, in collaboration with four-year colleges and universities, is to increase transfer rates and awareness by coordinating efforts of faculty, administration and students in accordance with the Educational Master Plan and college mission. Team Transfer will also serve as a resource to Guided Pathway Completion Teams, Career/Transfer Center, and the campus as a whole.  

Goal 1: Develop specialized and equity focused programs and services to promote transfer awareness on campus, with an emphasis on serving disproportionally impacted populations.  

Goal 2: Continue to collaborate with four-year universities to enhance the development of inter-segmental partnerships with UC’s, CSU’s, private universities, and HBCU’s to promote transfer opportunities for students. 

Goal 3: Continue to work with administration, faculty, Senate, and ASU to develop a transfer culture that promotes early transfer awareness and preparedness, as well as degree completion. 

Goal 4: Coordinate with Guided Pathways Completion teams and the Career/Transfer Center to develop services and make recommendations that promote completion transfer milestones. 

LAVC Mission Statement: Los Angeles Valley College serves the community by providing transfer, degree, vocational, transitional, and continuing education programs in an attractive and accessible learning environment that fosters student success. Embedded in these programs are the greater goals of critical thinking and life-long learning which are necessary for success in the workplace and for advancing one’s education, personal development and quality of life.