Business contracts (BCs) are business service agreements between UCLA and a (non-federal) client with whom the client pays UCLA for service delivery and net income is achieved. “Incoming” refers to the flow of money, which means that UCLA is paid to provide services. For more information, visit tap.ucla.edu/ or through an honorary advisor. A list of many goods and services purchased by the university, as well as contact information for the buyer in campus purchases, which can help you do so. UCLA`s P2P Savings Program was born out of the challenge of Peter Taylor, UC`s CFO, to achieve annual savings of $200 million by the GJ17. Savings will be achieved through the use of system-wide agreements and savings on the ground. Check out the monthly report of the local P2P savings program to see how UCLA is addressing its goals. The BC unit reviews and manages revenue generation agreements that, on behalf of the University of California Regents (UC Regents), generate net revenue (after expenses) for UCLA. Our goal is to provide a value-added service that meets your department`s schedules and objectives. The list of credit agreements includes an index of items for which university agreements have been negotiated and established. Mt.
SAC Honors students who complete the minimum UC fee, who until the end of the spring semester follow 15 Honors class units prior to transfer, have at least 3.2 GPA in these honorary courses and have at least 3.2 GPA cumulative (all colleges visited) can be TAP certified. TAP-certified students receive priority attention for transfer to primary sciences at UCLA College of Letters and Sciences (non-communication, education and social transformation, engineering, film, care, public affairs or theatre majors) and may choose to be considered a second major within the College of Letters and Sciences, as long as it is not on the “restricted” list of www.admission.ucla.edu/Prospect/Adm_tr/ADM_CCO/tap_alt_mjr.htm. Acceptance rates are much higher for TAP-certified students. Mt. SAC TAP students are 2-3 times more often accepted into ucla compared to other university applicants. As a key component of the California Master Plan for Higher Education, students attending Community colleges in California receive a preferred transfer authorization in the University of California (UC) and California State University (CSU) systems. Orange Coast College is the first Community College in Orange County and is in the top 3 of the overall ranking for transfers to UC and CSU. Our success is mainly due to our diversity of academic resources and support services, the availability of high-level university courses and transfer agreements.