California Policies & Regulations
Articulation Agreements

 
Managing and maintaining Foothill course equivalency information within ASSIST and with individual independent and out-of-state institutions is one of the core functions of the Articulation Office. This involves submitting new and modified Foothill College course outlines to the California public universities for online evaluation through the OSCAR, monitoring the ASSIST database, and troubleshooting course transferability problems and requests. The ASSIST database demonstrates how Foothill College courses transfer to both California State University and University of California campuses. Most articulation agreements with private and out-of-state institutions are also available online.
 
California State University (CSU) Articulation
 
Here you will find general education course criteria and requirements, online catalogs, and additional articulation resources for the 23 CSU campuses. Go to CSU Articulation page.
 
University of California (UC) Articulation
 
Here you will find general education requirements, online catalogs, and additional articulation resources for the 10 UC campuses. Go to the UC Articulation page.
 
Private & Out-of-State Colleges Articulation
 
Here you will find articulation agreements that Foothill College has with private and out-of-state colleges and universities, as well as information about colleges and universities worldwide. Go to the Private & Out-of-State Colleges page.
 
High School to College
 
Here you will find information about high school to college articulation. Go to the High School to College page.
 
ASSIST
 
ASSIST is the official repository of articulation for California's colleges and universities and therefore provides the most accurate and up-to date information available about student transfer in California. To learn more about how course credits earned at one California college or university can be applied when transferred to another, go directly to http://www.assist.org or learn more on our ASSIST page.
 
Advanced Placement Credit
 
Faculty determine credit for Advanced Placement (AP) and/or International Baccalaureate (IB) exams. This page contains tools to assist faculty in understanding advanced placement credit and to learn more about university acceptance of advanced placement credit. Go to the Advanced Placement Credit page.

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