Transfer Articulation Bridge (TAB) Program
Register now! Program begins Monday, August 25, 2014
What is the Transfer Articulation Bridge Program?
The TAB program is a joint program between Skyline College and San Francisco State University (SFSU). Designed to prepare first-generation, low-income, and underrepresented students for transfer to SFSU, the program provides students the opportunity to concurrently enroll in a class at SFSU while still taking courses at Skyline College. Students earn 3 units of college credit toward their bachelors degree.
Is there a TAB Orientation Scheduled?
To learn more about the TAB Program, attend orientations offered during the next semester!
Transfer Center Orientation Dates and Times:
What services does the TAB program provide?
Via the ISED 201 Introduction to SFSU course, Skyline College students:
- Learn about SFSU's majors, programs and services, and transfer requirements
- Receive academic and educational support
- Establish early connections to SFSU faculty
- Earn 3 units of elective credits towards their bachelors degree
- Explore graduate school options
Class Dates: Monday, August 25, 2014- Friday, Dec 12, 2014
Class Times: 2:10 PM- 3:25 PM
Instructor: Paul Mendez (SFSU TAB Program Coordinator/ SFSU Faculty)
Eligibility Requirement: Students must be enrolled in 9 units at Skyline College while concurrently enrolled in the ISED 201 course at SFSU.
Please note: If you are receiving Financial Aid in the form of a PELL grant, please let us know as there is additional documents you will need to complete to check if you are eligible.
To Apply to the TAB program:
Print out a copy of the TAB application and submit to the Transfer Center (Building 2, Room 2227). Paper copies of the application are also available at the Transfer Center.