Citrus College Articulation Agreement

Courses at the People`s University are identified as equivalent to courses at the University. This allows students to meet an academic requirement by taking an identified equivalent course (articulated course) at the People`s University. This equivalence or articulation can be achieved from one course to another, for the main requirements and/or for the general educational requirements. In some cases, courses are only expressed as optional (identified) subjects. This means that, although the course is transferred, the course does not meet any of the requirements mentioned above. Citrus College has articulation agreements with a large number of universities. These include the campuses of the University of California (UC), the California State University (CSU) campus, private and non-state colleges, and universities. Students who earn an AA-T or AS-T degree at a California Community College receive admission priority when they apply to a local California State University that the Community College, which earned the degree, has qualified as in its local field of admission. 2018-2019 Semesters celtikulation department for the best community colleges in California feeder are published temporarily on this site.

The articulation agreements before 2018-2019 will be published on ASSIST. This page will be continuously updated until the new ASSISTANCE allows the publication of the agreements for 2018-2019. Please note that these agreements are subject to change. It is therefore recommended that students consult their Community College Counselor or University Academic Advisor before enrolling in courses at Community College. * Some information is available on the Transfer Services website via the Portable Document Format (PDF) file type, including the information below about the university representative. If you find that you cannot properly access PDF files on the Transmission Services website, please contact ctc@citruscollege.edu and obtain an accessible alternative. The by-major agreements indicate the required course-to-course articulation agreements of the lower divisions (and some higher divisions) within each of the programmes concerned. . . .