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Hi, this is my first post. I have heard that for transfering to a UC campus that you must not go over a certain amount of units. However, I believe at community college you can never have too many units, and any over the cap will just be counted as subject credit. But what if you are transfering from another 4 year college, like a Cal-state? I have heard from many online that you can risk taking too many units and be denied admission for transfer. However, I also read somewhere that as long as you're ONLY taking undergraduate level courses at a 4 year, then you can't have too many units for transfer, like if you were transfering from a community college. Does anyone know if this is true?