The Articulation System Stimulating Inter-institutional Student Transfer (ASSIST) website is the official repository for all public college articulation in California. Once you select your home institution, and where you intend to transfer, you can review reports that detail how your transfer courses will be used after matriculation.
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The Fresno State Articulation Officer is continuing to populate the Fresno State articulation agreements Currently, articulation agreements are posted for the 2017-2018 and 2018-2019 academic years. There are quite a few 2019-2020 articulation agreements posted, though they are not yet all complete. New agreements are published daily. The articulation agreements for our major feeders will continue to be the first priority. In the meantime, the transfer credit team is actively coding U.achieve with articulation information for AYs 17-18, 18-19, and 19-20. This means that transfer students will still receive the benefits of articulation, even though current articulation is not displayed online.
The ASSIST website has been in the process of implementing significant updates over the last several years. The updated New ASSIST was rolled out to the public on May 31, 2019. Unfortunately, not all ASSIST functionality was available at the initial roll-out, and there will be additional phases of development.
The Fresno State Articulation Officer is actively engaged with the CSU, Chancellor's Office, colleagues at the other CSU campuses, and the ASSIST development team on a regular basis.
What you can currently see on ASSIST:
A very contemporary and much improved website design that is responsive and compatible with different sized devices.
Access to the CSU and UC transferability lists, including GE, IGETC, and American Institutions and Ideals area certifications.
Articulation agreements by department and major for a select list of schools for 2017-2018, 2018-2019, and new agreements are published daily for 2019-2020.
A way to search for articulation data for historical academic years (AYs).
PDFs of historical articulation data.
Other helpful information regarding the ASSIST site in general.
What you won’t see:
Interactive or robust search tools or information
If you have any questions about Fresno State articulation, please contact Erica Lassen, Fresno State Articulation Officer, at email@example.com or by phone at 559-278-7826. Every effort will be made to answer questions about new articulation that is not currently accessible to the public, when applicable.
Thank you for your continued patience during this process!