The ASSIST database includes a variety of information about how courses can be applied for credit when a student transfers from a California Community College to a UC or CSU. This information is displayed as reports that have been approved by the institutions whose data are being shown. The types of information you can display in ASSIST are described below.
UC Transfer Course Agreements
These agreements list courses from community colleges that transfer to all University of California campuses.
CSU Baccalaureate Lists
These lists identify courses from a community college that transfer to any CSU campus for baccalaureate/transfer credit.
CSU GE-Breadth Certification Lists
These are lists of courses from a community college that apply to the CSU GE-Breadth certification requirements.
These are lists of courses from a community college that apply to the Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum (IGETC) requirements.
These agreements specify courses at a sending institution that fulfill lower-division major requirements at a receiving institution.
These agreements identify courses at a sending institution that are acceptable in lieu of courses at a receiving institution. They display courses taught by the departments at a specified institution.
These agreements indicate the courses at a sending institution that satisfy the general education or breadth requirements at a receiving institution.
The ASSIST database is recognized by the California Community Colleges, the California State Universities, and the University of California as the official database of articulation information for California public, postsecondary, educational institutions. It is the most accurate and current source of information about transferring among California’s colleges and universities. The ASSIST database is updated throughout the year as curriculum changes and colleges and universities make new agreements.