Originally Answered: transfering from a cc to a good UC.what is my chance.?
Once you are out of high school and attend college, high school grades and the SAT scores don't mean a thing. In fact, you do not even need a high school diploma to attend a JC.
Now, the question is, how many units did you earn at SFSU? If you are a junior or senior, you are probably better off going back or transfering to another CSU. However, if you have a signficant amount of lower division requirements left, going to a JC for a while is definitely an option. Also if you haven't attempted a lot of units, you still have a chance to raise your GPA.
First, you should ask some of the UCs if you can apply. I know that for a UC student, he or she cannot transfer to another UC campus after leaving in bad academic standing. Things may be different for a CSU student but you will have to find out.
Second, ask your JC if you qualify for a TAG (Transfer Admission Guarantee) program. Under this program, if you you take 60 units of UC GEs and earn at least 2.8 GPA, admission is guaranteed as the name says. However, if the answer to question one is no, then there's no point.
Third, you should be looking to repeat classes that you received anything less than a C-. Usually they let you replace older grades up to a certain number of units. You should ask the UC admission how they deal with repeat grades. You may be required to take it again at SFSU. But I am guessing you probably don't want to go back there.
One thing you may not know is that you can take regular classes through the extension at all UC and CSU campuses. You still earn a grade like everyone else but you won't be working toward a degree. If you need upper division classes, this is probably the only way to take them.
I think you have many phone calls to make and a lot of planning to do. There's little room for error here. But if you stay sharp and don't give up, you will acheive your goals. It ain't over until the fat lady sings. Good luck.