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Articulation Home Page

Articulation Home Page

As Laney’s Articulation Officer, my primary role is to be a resource for faculty when developing new or updating/revising transferable courses and transfer degrees, including C-ID articulation. In addition, I initiate faculty approved articulation proposals for the two General Education (G.E.) patterns for transfer, CSU GE Breadth Requirements (California State University E.O. 1100, revised August 2017) and IGETC (Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum) as well as proposing Laney courses for the Associate (AA/AS) Degree General Education Requirements for Local Degrees. Faculty initiated articulation proposals also include course-to-course and major articulation agreements with individual CSUs, UCs, and California Private/Independent Colleges and Universities.

As you navigate through the Articulation Program website, you will find additional information, e.g.  Articulation Information, Curriculum Resources, web links for ASSIST and ASSIST Demos, Other Related Articulation information, etc.

Laney College currently has 147 courses C-ID approved  (from drop down menu select Community College, then select Laney) and 23 transfer degrees as of  October 2019.


Laura A. Bollentino, M.S.
Articulation Officer/Counselor

office: T-314

phone: (510) 464-3147

fax: (510) 986-6927

Students: Please contact the counseling department for an appointment.

The final responsibility for successfully achieving an educational goal rests with the student. Information online is designed to be helpful; however, this information changes frequently. It is recommended that students consult with a counselor to confirm a student educational plan (SEP) by appointment to ensure you know how to use and understand resources available appropriately.  Counseling appointments can be made in the Laney Tower, 3rd floor, by calling (510) 464-3152 or 464-3153, or online.


Benefits of Articulation for Students:

    • Eases the transition from one educational level to another;
    • Eliminates coursework duplication;
    • Reduces educational expenses;
    • Offers incentives to continue education at a more advanced level; and
    • Encourages educational goal setting, the development of a SEP (Student Educational Plan) to achieve those goals.


IMPORTANT CCCCO MEMOS (regarding C-ID and transfer degrees)

State Chancellor Memo (March 17, 2017): Policy Change: C-ID Course Approval and Associate Degrees for Transfer 

State Chancellor Memo (January 28, 2015): Update on C-ID Verification for Associate Degrees for Transfer (ADT)

State Chancellor Memo (May 20, 2014): C-ID Verification Timeline for AA-T and AS-T Degrees


Now, you can use ASSIST Transferability Tool