Yes. First we recommend that you contact your college's counseling or transfer center to discuss your academic plans and educational goals with a counselor. The California State Universities depend upon community college transfers for a large portion of their upper division enrollment. More than 50% of their bachelor's degrees are awarded to community college transfer students. With proper program planning, students may complete lower division preparation at a community college and transfer to the campus of their choice without loss of credits. Students who were eligible to enter a California State University upon graduation from high school are eligible to transfer on a space available basis from a community college at the close of any semester if they have a cumulative grade point average of 2.0 or better. Students who were not eligible to enter a California State University upon graduation from high school must satisfy specific course requirements and should complete at least 56 transferable semester units (84-quarter units) with at least a cumulative GPA of 2.0.