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Articulation is the development and maintenance of clear transfer and graduation paths for American River College students. The Articulation Office is responsible for the development of formal course-to-course agreements between ARC and four-year colleges and universities. The articulation officer is also responsible for the annual development, maintenance, and publication of: ARC's Graduation and General Education Requirements; the California State University Breadth (CSU-GE) pattern; the Intersegmental General Education Transfer Certification (IGETC) pattern. This office also facilitates ARC's compliance with state mandates such as C-ID and the STAR Act (SB1440), and facilitates maintenance of ARC articulation with area High Schools and Regional Occupational Programs (ROPs). 

For those interested in development of high school/ROP articulation agreements, or with questions about credit earned based on a high school/ROP agreement, please contact Tiffany Mpagazi in Workforce Development at 1-916-484-4562.

Articulation Information

Articulation Agreements

Articulation Agreements
Resource Link Document
Arizona State University Transfer Credit Guide Website .
University of Arizona Global Campus: Scroll down to Articulation Agreements for Transfer Credits Website .
Azusa Pacific University Website
Bastyr University Website .
Biola University Website .
Brandman University Website .
Brigham Young University Transfer Evaluation Website .
Brigham Young University, Provo: Marriott School of Business Website .
California College of the Arts (scroll down to "CCA Agreements" and choose American River College) Website
Chapman University Website .
Clemson University Website .
Dixie State College of Utah Website .
Dominican University: Pre-Nursing Articulation Website .
George Mason University Website .
Golden Gate University Website .
Grand Canyon University (Choose "Transfer Credits") Website .
Indiana University Website .
Kansas State Choose "Search course by course" Website .
Kettering University (Under "Explore Kettering" choose "Course Equivalency System") Website .
Loma Linda University: Dental Hygiene Website .
Loma Linda University: Dentistry Entrance Requirements Website

Menlo College
ADT/IGETC participating school, no direct articulation with ARC

Website .
National University Website .
Northern Michigan University Website .
Oregon Institute of Technology Website .
Palmer Chiropractic Website .
Portland State University Website
Saint Mary's College of California Website .
Sam Houston State University Website .
Santa Clara University Website .
Scripps College (Scroll to "Articulation Agreements") Website .
Seattle Pacific University (Scroll to "Transferring Credits" and choose "Transfer Course Equivalency Guide") Website .
Southern Illinois University Website .
University of California, Davis: College of Engineering
Transfer Credit Agreements
Website .
State University of New York:
University at Albany Course-to-Course
Website .
University of Hawaii Hilo (scroll down and choose "Transfer Credits" link) Website .
University of Massachusetts Lowell Website .
University of Nevada, Las Vegas Website .
University of Nevada, Reno Website .
University of Oregon Course-to-Course Website .
University of Phoenix
(Concurrent Enrollment RN/BSN Program)
Website .
University of San Francisco (USF) Website .
University of the Pacific: Engineering and Computer Science Website .
University of the Pacific: Course-to-Course Website .
University of the Pacific: Pharmacy Website
University of the Pacific: Articulation Agreements Tool Website .
University of Southern California (USC): General Education and Transferable Courses Website .
University of Southern California (USC): Major preparation guides Website .
University of Southern California (USC): Marshall School of Business Website .
University of Southern California (USC): Pharmacy (Note that this is a post-baccalaureate program) Website .
Keck School of Medicine of USC: Physician Assistant Program (choose "Course Equivalencies" link for articulation)
(Note that this is a post-baccalaureate program)
Website .
Western Oregon University: Course-to-Course Website .
William Jessup Website .