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The Career/ Transfer Center is offering virtual and in-person services.

Virtual Lobby

Monday - Thursday from 12pm-5pm

In-Person Services

Monday - Thursday from 9am-7pm 

Friday from 9am-2pm

The Career/Transfer center is within the Counseling department. Please visit the counseling website to learn more about in person visit requirements.

Stay safe, Monarchs!


*​UC/CSU Transfer Application Update*

Submit fall 2021 grades by January 31, 2022. Log into your CSU/UC application portal to update. 

To learn about transcript deadlines for all CSUs, click here. 

Applied to CSUN? 

Click here to learn about important deadlines, and more! 

NEW Career Development Resources

Drop-in Career Support

Job Search | Interview Strategies | Resume Review

Associate Degree for Transfer (AD-T)

Check out our new AD-T Sheets. Learn about earning an associate degree at LAVC AND getting guaranteed admission to the CSU system. 

Watch this video to learn more about the benefits of earning an AD-T at LAVC. 


Do You Have a Transfer Question? Ask us!


Welcome to the Career & Transfer Center! 


The Career/Transfer Center, located in the Counseling Department, provides services to assist students in selecting a major or career goal along with preparing to transfer or completing an Associate Degree and/or a Certificate at LAVC. Career exploration is offered in conjunction with counseling to assist students in self-discovery and decision making. The Career/Transfer Center offers assessments that explores ones interests, skills, values, personality and learning styles. The Virtual Career Center, offers students online access to career/major exploration including self-assessments and other career development resources. The Career/Transfer Center reference library and computer lab provides information about occupations as well as transfer opportunities and requirements. Representatives from 4 year colleges and universities are available to meet with students on a regular basis.

Several online resources including Eureka are available to assist students in their career decision making process.  Eureka provides the most up-to-date California and national information on occupations, majors, colleges, and training programs. Students are able to make occupational print-outs of information to discuss further with a counselor.

The Career/Transfer Center also offers:

  • Career Counseling
  • Career assessment, exploration, and planning
  • Assistance with choosing or researching a major
  • University information and transfer assistance
  • Individual appointments, and visits by university representatives
  • Bus trips to 4 year universities
  • College fairs and career panels
  • Transfer, career, and student success workshops