Articulation is housed under Academic Programs and Services. Our primary goal is to ensure that students planning to transfer from California’s public postsecondary institutions have access to accurate information about Cal State East Bay course equivalencies and transfer pathways. In support of this goal, Articulation strives to
Current articulation agreements with California's community colleges and public four-year institutions are maintained in ASSIST, a public database that displays how lower division course units can be applied after transfer. Cal State East Bay's faculty-approved course-to-course agreements are organized both by department and by undergraduate major. ASSIST is available at assist.org.
Cal State East Bay maintains a limited number of articulation agreements with other institutions which are not displayed in ASSIST.
The Student Transfer Achievement Reform Act was enacted with the passage of SB 1440, which became state law in 2010. The STAR Act enabled California’s Community Colleges and the California State University to collaborate on the creation of the Associate Degree for Transfer (ADT). Two types of ADTs exist: the Associate of Arts for Transfer (AA-T) and the Associate of Science for Transfer (AS-T) degrees. Cal State East Bay recognizes AA-Ts or AS-Ts as similar to over eighty of its degree programs. STAR Act/SB1440 Degree Roadmaps.