De Anza College develops and maintains articulation agreements between GE and/or major with certain California private colleges and universities, including: 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 DAC advisor or academic advisor or a four-year academic or university transfer representative. An articulation agreement is an agreement between two colleges that documents how courses may be requested at one university campus for the transfer of credits to another college in order to meet general education, major and/or other essential requirements. Historically, Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) have an excellent academic track record. These colleges and universities are also leading institutions in awarding degrees to African-American students in the fields of life sciences, science, mathematics, and engineering. Through an agreement signed on March 17, 2015 between California Community Colleges and several HBCUs, California Community College (CCC) students who meet certain academic requirements will be transferred to a participating HBCCU. Full information and a list of colleges and universities participating in HBCUS can be found on the CCC HBCU website. Acting Deputy Director of Ruben Luber 209-386-3740 firstname.lastname@example.org To determine whether a DAC course is articulated with a university or university, it must appear on a formal articulation agreement between the two institutions. Students can still successfully spend four-year colleges and universities without formal articulation agreements. Many private and non-governmental higher education institutions and universities offer transfer guides or credit equivalencies transfers that can provide students with general information about transferable courses.
The articulation agreements between the CAD and the CSU and the UC campus can be consulted by main subject, by department (course to course) and, if available, by general width (GE). NOTE: Articulation agreements are published in phases on the ASSISTANCE website, as CSU and UC campuses update their latest agreements with CCC sites as quickly as possible. Articulation agreements with California private colleges and universities are subject to regular and/or annual updates. Students are strongly advised to consult with a DAC advisor or academic advisor and admissions officer from the transfer institution of interest to determine the transferability of CAD courses….