The articulation office develops and coordinates the articulation of courses between institutions for two to four years. This process allows CJS transfer students to complete a successful transition to a four-year campus. The following links contain information for students who move from Santa Rosa Junior College to selected colleges and universities in other states. Please note that some of the following links display useful transfer information instead of specific articulation agreements. Learn more here under Guide for Out-of State Transfer. Students successfully move to many higher education and university institutions without formal articulation agreements. The following information may change. Students should consult the latest campus catalogue of their choice and consult a CJR advisor. The following links contain articulation agreements for students who are interested in a move from some Colleges of the Northern California Community to Santa Rosa Junior College for some health science programs. There are also some agreements listed below for the transfer of the SRJC to Napa Valley College. Joint agreements for campuses at the University of California and California State Universities are available on ASSIST.
Below are links to the recent articulation agreements developed between Santa Rosa Junior College and some California Community colleges, independent colleges and universities in California and non-governmental institutions. If there is no link between the school you want to transfer to and SRJC, you need to do additional research. A good starting point is on the campus site under admissions, click on information for transfer students to find out what course work is needed for transfer students. You can find the step-by-step process in the Out of State link on the Transfer Center website. Articulation agreements are formal, written and published documents that describe curricula accepted by the CJSS as comparable or in place of course work at the university. Some articulation agreements are «course-to-course agreements,» i.e. they show a certain trajectory of one institution and the comparable specific course of another. Other articulation agreements are «big arrangements,» that is, they show a group of courses that are acceptable to meet a whole range of requirements for greater preparation.