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Articulation To and From Foothill College

What is articulation?

Articulation is a process to determine whether courses at different colleges or educational systems (such as UC or CSU) are comparable to each other. 

The purpose is to help transfer students make a smooth transition (typically from the community college to a four-year school). 

What We Do

The Articulation Office establishes agreements between Foothill College and other accredited colleges and universities, ensuring students a smooth transfer of course credit. We also support faculty with curriculum development.

Articulation Agreements 

We maintain articulation agreements with

  • every University of California and California State University campus
  • numerous private* and out-of-state schools

The most recent articulation agreements with CSU and UC campuses are available on ASSIST, the official repository for CSU, UC, and community college articulation information in California.

Please meet with a counselor for any questions regarding information obtained via ASSIST.

The Transfer Center maintains hard copies of most agreements and a substantial library of university catalogs. Nearly every college catalog is available online at College Source.

Always meet with a counselor to confirm that transfer courses you plan to complete are aligned with the most up-to-date agreements.

For articulation agreements between Foothill College and any UC or CSU Campus, access ASSIST.

View list of private colleges that accept IGETC or CSU GE/Breadth for some or all of the GE requirements.

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We're Here to Help!

Evan Gilstrap, Articulation Officer