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CSUB Transfer Articulation

Articulation agreements are formal agreements between CSU, Bakersfield and another postsecondary educational institution. They define how courses completed at another college or university can be transferred to satisfy a requirement at CSUB. CSUB has articulation agreements with California Community Colleges, CSU’s, UC’s, and numerous private college institutions.

California Community Colleges Articulation Agreements

Current articulation information for select California Community Colleges can now be found at www.ASSIST.org.  Please refer to www.ASSIST.org for more information.  Please note articulation agreements are subject to change; therefore, students are advised to consult with their community college counselor or university academic advisor prior to enrolling in courses at the community college.  Information regarding majors can be found in the CSUB Catalog.

CSU’s, UC’s, Private and Out of State Institutions Articulation Agreements

Current articulation information for a select group of external institutions can now be found at Transfer Evaluation System (TES) is by CollegeSource® and contains course equivalency between CSUB and a select group of external institutions, such as CSU’s, UC’s, private institutions and out of state institutions. 

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CSUB Faculty/Staff Resources

Faculty and staff please click faculty/staff resources here (password required). 



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Transfer Articulation Contact Information

For questions regarding CSUB’s articulation agreements and to submit articulation requests, please contact:

Denise Tucker
Articulation Officer
Phone: (661) 654-2689
Email: dtucker@csub.edu 

 

Articulation and ASSIST

ASSIST is the official public database of articulation information for California's public colleges and universities and is funded by the funded by the California Community Colleges, the California State University, and the University of California.  Each CSU campus is responsible for the content of its own articulation information.  Currently, ASSIST is available to the public and contains historical and current CSUB articulation information.