Articulation Agreements with California Public Institutions
Articulation agreements developed with California Community Colleges, California State University or University of California identify courses that have been approved to be accepted in lieu of courses at Stanislaus State. Articulation agreements with California public institutions are stored on the ASSIST website—assist.org. The ASSIST website will also help you determine if a California Community College course transfers and whether the course is “GE certified” (approved for general education by the CSU).
Stanislaus State admits all CSU-eligible transfers, but the true goal is for you to be prepared to enter the major. Completing lower-division major requirements, in addition to meeting general education breadth, is key to your success and timely degree completion. Use the resources below to help you in your planning or click on "Student Resources" at the top of this page for other helpful tools and resources.
- ASSIST.orgASSIST is an online student-transfer information system that shows how course credits earned at a California Community College (CCC) can be applied when transferred to Stanislaus State.
- Transfer Evaluation System (TES)TES houses articulation agreements with other 4-year institutions, including CSU, UC, independent institutions, and some out-of-state institutions.
Articulation Agreements with Independent and Out-of-State Institutions
Although articulation agreement priority is given to California community colleges and universities, several agreements have been established with independent and out-of-state institutions to best serve the needs of our transfer students. This articulation is housed in TES, including the PDF agreements below.