Course Articulation

Articulation is the process of developing a formal, bilateral, written agreement that identifies courses or sequence of courses offered through Woodland Community College or Yuba College (sending campus) that are comparable to, or acceptable in lieu of, specific course requirements at another two-year or four-year college/university (receiving campus).

A WCC or YC course that is referred to as “articulated” means that the course has been determined to be comparable in content to a course offered at another educational institution. To check articulation status for your course at a particular institution, check ASSIST.

Click "Add New Item" to enter articulation requests one at a time. You can remove, edit, and re-order saved requests using the navigation buttons. 

  • Enter as much information as possible to ensure accuracy in the process. CSU and UC are acceptable abbreviations, but write out the campus name (e.g. UC Davis instead of UCD) and give the exact department abbreviation and course number.​
  • Submission of course-to-course articulation requests is ongoing. However, UC will only review articulation requests for courses that have already been approved for UC-TCA.
  • Only add requests for new articulations. You do not need to add a request if the course already has an agreement in place. Check ASSIST.org if you are unsure of the course's status.