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Articulation Office

Faculty Information Page





Delta Palms, Mary Stanley
Delta Palms, Marty Stanley



Jack Saunders
Articulation Officer





SB 1440

Information and Resources

Instructions for Development of Associate Degrees for Transfer

(Revised 10/03/13)

Everything you need to know to develop the SB 1440 transfer degree

Course Identification Number System (C-ID)

Discipline Listservs, TMC's, Course Descriptors, Course Review

SB 1440 Discussion Board (ASCCC)

Q and A in Blog format. You may ask a question and get a response.

Chancellor's Office 1440 Information Page

Instructions for AA-T and AS-T submissions, TMC Templates, additional information located on right side of 1440 information page.

Development Guide for an Associate Degree for Transfer (ADT)

(Describes the entire process)

Narrative Template Instructions

Please read before completing narrative template

Narrative Template

(Revised 11/19/2013)

Sample Narrative

Associate in Arts in Studio Arts for Transfer (AA-T)

Sample Narrative

Associate in Science in Mathematics for Transfer (AS-T)

Sample Narrative

Associate in Science in Early Childhood Education for Transfer (AS-T)

CSU Campus Impaction Information

CSU Definition of Local

CSU Definition of Similar

CSU Impacted Majors Matrix



    For additional General Education information scroll down to the "GeneralEducation and Patterns" link below


    Transfer and general information for the Association of Independent California Colleges and Universities.



          (See also: U.S. History, Constitution, and American Ideals)



Course Search Instructions

(Read or print the instructions prior to searching)

Use the following link to search the ASSIST database for comparable courses.

ASSIST Course Search


ASSIST is a computerized student-transfer information system that can be accessed over the World Wide Web. It displays reports of how course credits earned at one California college or university can be applied when transferred to another. 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



          Title 5

                             Career Pathways Project









Curriculum Homepage

The accademic Senate of California Community Colleges


Online Curriculum Management System

CurricUNET Training Site

Policies for Prerequisites, Corequisites and Advisories on Recommended Preparation (Guidelines for Title 5 Regulations section 5503)



    Central Valley Higher Education Consortium.
    A consortium of Region V Institutions of Higher Education promoting College attendance in the Central Valley.


          California Community Colleges - March 2004


General Education Information

Associates Degree



Current Patterns

Repository for General Education Philosophy and requirements from all segments. Includes information for articulating with UC, CSU and Independent institutions





High School to College Articulation [2+2]

School to College Articulation Guidelines:

How to Articulate a Course

SJDC Administrative Procedures for

Secondary Course Articulation

AP 4050

AP 4050.1

AP 4050.2

Career Pathways (Statewide)
A project of the CCC Academic Senate to develop School to College Articulation




Institutional Learning Outcomes (ILO)


Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges

Western Association of Schools and Colleges


Liberal Education and America's Promise (LEAP)

See “Essential Learning Outcomes”, “College Learning for the New Global Century”, and “Principles of Excellence”

Teaching Goals Inventory and Self-Scorable Worksheet

Reference material submitted by Diane Oren for review and discussion.


SJDC ILO Workshop Documents

Ver. 1

Ver. 2

Allan Hancock College


and FAQ's

College of San Mateo


Los Angeles Harbor College


Santa Monica College









           Understanding the difference

          Key Findings on Student Transfer in California Community



          (See also American Institutions Requirement)

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