It is recommended that all agreements be used in conjunction with the Cal Poly catalogue, which lists the most recent program, and the transfer selection criteria, which indicate the current course lists required to participate in competitive access. For information on course agreements running from Cal Poly fall individual course agreements after April 30, 2019 are posted here. The articulation agreements developed with california Community Colleges, California State Universities or the University of California identify the Cal Poly Pomona course corresponding to a specific transfer course. Joint agreements with California public bodies are stored on the ASSIST – www.assist.org website. The ASSIST website also helps you determine if a California Community course is being broadcast and whether the course is “GE” certified (approved by the CSU for general education). If you have any questions about Cal Poly Pomona`s articulation agreements, please contact the head of the university`s articulation, José Lozano, at (909) 869-2994 or firstname.lastname@example.org. TES includes CPC articulation agreements for private institutions in California and non-governmental public/private institutions. TES also includes general training agreements for courses at other California State Universities (CSU) and the University of California (UC). Articulation agreements are formal agreements between two campuses. They define how courses taught at a higher education institution or university campus can be used to meet a teaching request at another institution or university campus. The articulation agreements in ASSIST are developed from the receiving campus (university campus to which a student transfers) and registered in the ASSIST database. Each university campus is responsible for the content and format of its own articulation. The analysis, analysis and data entry of all campus-to-campus joints is done on each university campus.
Not all university campuses offer a articulation with each university or for all their majors or departments. Many university campuses focus on their major feeder colleges and their most popular transfer majors. For more information, please visit the ASSIST website. 2018-2019 Semester courses for California`s top universities are published temporarily on this website. The articulation agreements before 2018-2019 will be published on ASSIST. This page is constantly updated until the new ASSIST authorizes the publication of the 2018-2019 agreements. Please note that these agreements may be amended. For this reason, students are advised to consult their community college or higher education science advisors before enrolling in courses at Community College. Check the articulation information on the following campus website: By-department Joint agreements display all course joints established within each department. Although priority is given to California community colleges and universities, several agreements have been reached for private and non-state institutions to best meet the needs of our transfer students. View the Transmission Evaluation System (TES) to view each contract.
(The following PDF agreements are not included in TES.) The articulation agreement below defines the equivalences of course-to-course for students who switch to the UCLA Mia Extension program at Cal Poly Pomona. ASSIST is an online student transfer information system that shows how course credits obtained at one California public college or university can be applied when transferred to another. ASSIST is the official repository of articulation information for California colleges and universities and provides the most accurate and up-to-date information on student transfer in California. Assist is funded by the California legislature. The ASSIST Board of Directors, made up of representatives from the public segments of post-secondary education, oversees the development and definition of an ASSIST policy.