Click below on your school to view the 2018-19 UCI Articulation Agreements. Please note that these documents are temporary guides. For the most up-to-date information, see assist.org/ It is important to note that transfer guides and Transfer Credit Equivalencies are not articulation agreements and should be used as an advisory tool in consultation with a CAD advisor or academic advisor or four-year transfer college or university admissions officer. Learn the basics of articulation across the UC system and on campus. Each year, we contact the articulation manager at each Community College in California to ask for help with updating the ATT. We send general information about the articulation process, a copy of the community college`s latest articulation agreement, and specific instructions for verifying and updating the agreement. Community Colleges send us their latest catalog and a list of new courses (including course sketches) for review. Each UC campus uses information in transferable course agreements to develop campus-specific articulation agreements with California community colleges. These campus-specific agreements allow prospective transfer students to prepare for transfer to UC, while enrolled in a Community College. De Anza College develops and maintains articulation agreements between GE and/or Major with certain California private colleges and universities, including: access to UC campus information and articulation contacts. Visit assist.org/ to find the full list of the main preparation and transfer courses at your university. The UCI articulation agreements relating to ASSIST will include new and updated majors and admission requirements in autumn 2020. Some deans of UC campus colleges and schools determine the acceptance of transfer courses in order to meet graduation requirements.

Campus accreditations or school office relationships serve as a link between Community College Articulation Officers and UC Deans. Course-to-course agreements set out community college courses that are comparable or « acceptable » with appropriate courses on a particular UC campus. To get an idea of the likely transferable courses from four-year institutions and two-year non-governmental colleges, read the General Catalog for each UC campus or a course transfer agreement (TCA) that has UC with any California community college…