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Frequently Asked Questions
What is Articulation?
Articulation is the process of evaluating courses to determine whether a particular course offered at Santa Rosa Junior College is comparable to, or acceptable in lieu of, a corresponding course at a particular accredited college or university.
What do you mean, Articulation Agreement?
Each university system has its own program requirements. These requirements vary with the student's intended major. An articulation agreement is an agreement with a four-year institution that specifies which SRJC classes may be transferred to meet general education, elective, or major requirements.
The purpose of articulation is to facilitate the successful transfer of students from the community colleges to the baccalaureate colleges and universities.
What are the Types of Articulation Agreements?
Intersegmental General Education Transfer
The CSU General Education-Breadth agreement describes courses that students may take to fulfill the lower division GE requirements for the CSU campuses.
Transferable Course Agreements
Transfer Admissions Agreements (T.A.A.)
How can I learn more about Articulation Agreements?
A student working closely with a counselor should be able to complete the lower division, or first two years, of a bachelor degree program at SRJC and transfer at the junior level. If any student experiences difficulty with the transfer of courses from Santa Rosa Junior College, he/she should call the Transfer Center for assistance at (707) 527-4874.
SRJC has established articulation with four-year colleges and universities in general education and in specific majors. Counselors, the Articulation Specialist, or the Transfer Center can provide articulation agreement information.
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