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Articulation Agreements and/or Course Equivalencies with Private and Out-of-State Universities
Arizona State University
Arizona State University Online
Azusa Pacific University
California Baptist University
Embry Riddle Aeronautical University - Prescott
Hawaii Pacific University
Kansas State University
Loma Linda University School of Allied Health Professions
Loma Linda University School of Nursing
Loyola Marymount University
Michigan State University
Montana State University, Bozeman
Montana State University, Great Falls
Mount St. Mary's University
Northern Arizona University
Oregon State University
Pepperdine University Seaver College
University of Hawaii at Manoa
University of La Verne
University of Nevada, Las Vegas
University of Nevada, Reno
University of New Mexico
University of Oregon
University of Redlands
University of Southern California (USC)
Articulation with California State University and the University of California
The main website for articulation between California community colleges and CSUs and UCs. Check out what courses to take for your major and more.
California State Universities (CSU)
Associate Degree for Transfer
This website provides information about the Associate Degrees for Transfer (AA-T and AS-T) which provide guaranteed admission to the CSU system.
CSU Chancellor's Office
The website for the Chancellor's Office of the CSU which includes a student section with links to CSU athletic programs, campus clubs and organizations, student newspapers, veterans' services and more.
This is the main website to explore CSU campuses and apply online.
College and Program Search
ASSIST Exploring Majors
Major articulation website for CSUs and UCs which also has an excellent major search tool.
Association of Independent California Colleges and Universities
Main website for the Association of Independent California Colleges and Universities. Go here to access information on private, non-profit colleges in California.
Search for, plan for, and apply to colleges in California.
California Community Colleges
Main website for the California Community Colleges (CCC). Go here for general information and search the programs offered at the CCC.
Go here for information regarding the SAT I, SAT II, ACT, AP exams, CSS profile, and college board codes.
College Source Go here to get access to college catalogs for nearly any US college or university, and conduct university and program searches. To access the full site, you must view College Source from any computer at Mt. San Antonio College.
Note that how colleges are ranked can vary from source to source and is rather controversial. If you choose to review the rankings, be sure to consider them in a broader context of what is best for you as an individual student.
Affordable Colleges Online
This guide features a ranking of the best online colleges in California. Colleges are ranked according to their Peer-Based Value, a metric that compares each program's cost with the cost of other programs of similar quality.
Overall college website with a resource on college rankings, how they are conducted via the different organizations and the pros and cons of such. Includes links to numerous college ranking sites. Also a college search tool, videos posted by students of colleges and universities
US News Rankings
One of the most popular ranking agencies.
Dental School Information
American Dental Association
Links to dental schools and career information.
American Dental Education Association
Information and statistics on dental school admissions as well as allied health careers in dentistry. Link to dental school applications.
Financial Aid and Scholarships
Go to the Transfer Services Financial Aid for Transfer site for many links to financial aid and scholarship information. In addition here are a few more resources related to financing your higher education:
Chafee Grant for Former and Current Foster Youth
If you are a current or former foster youth, you may be eligible for the Chafee Grant.
California Dream Act information and application
Students who meet AB 540 criteria may apply for Cal Grants and other state financial aid by submitting the California Dream Act application.
Western Undergraduate Exchange
Learn about tuition discounts for students attending certain universities in certain Western states.
Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU)
Check out campuses, scholarships, connect with HBCU alumni and more.
Law School Information
American Bar Association (ABA)
Includes a listing of ABA approved law schools and statistics.
Law School Admissions Test (LSAT)
Information on the LSAT exam, finding the right law school, and applying to law school.
Medical School Information
Association of American Medical Colleges
Links to accredited medical schools, student resources, applying, and information on the MCAT.
Other Health Care Fields
American Occupational Therapy Association
American Optometric Association
American Physical Therapy Association
American Academy of Physician Assistants
California Commission on Teacher Credentialing
State of California site for all things related to teacher credentials.
California Department of Education site for learning about the teaching profession, requirements, educational planning, and more.
Learn about the requirements to become a teacher in various states and explore teaching certification programs across the US.
University of California (UC)
UC Application Site
Apply to UCs here!
UC Main Site
The main website for all things UC.
UC Transfer Admissions
Learn about UC transfer admission requirements, major preparation paths, transfer admission guarantees, and more.
UC Transfer Admission Planner and Transfer Admission Guarantee (TAG) Application
This online tool is designed to help prospective UC students transferring from California community colleges track and plan their course work. Students seeking a TAG with one of the seven participating campuses (UC Davis, UC Irvine, UC Merced, UC Riverside, UC San Diego, UC Santa Barbara, and UC Santa Cruz) may apply using the online planner.