In State Private and Out of State Schools Transfer Information
About one third of College of Marin transfer students go to a private or out-of-state institution. For the majority of private and out-of-state campuses, College of Marin does not have articualtion agreements. Students will need to research each institution's individual transfer requirements. Note that requirements for many private and out-of-state institutions tend to be less stringent than for the UCs and CSUs, and students can often transfer with as few as 24-30 units.
1. Research your School(s) of Choice
2. Create an Educational Plan
3. Request a Review of your Educational Plan
- Visit College Transitions for data on transfer admit rates by insitution
- Understand what financial aid is avaialblie to you by searching for the name of the institution + net price calculator (example: University of Southern California net price calculator)
- Check out the College Essay Guy for tips on how to boost your applications to private/out of state instituitons
*Make an appointment with the Transfer and Career Center to get help with your research.
Articulation agreements are formal agreements between colleges and universities that outline courses that will transfer to meet admission, general education, or major preparation requirements for a specific academic program or degree. College of Marin has articulation agreements with the following private and out-of-state institutions:
California Independent Colleges and Universities
- Academy of Art University
- Dominican University
- California College of the Arts
- Kaiser Permanente School of Allied Health Sciences (KPSAHS)
- Palo Alto University
- Santa Clara University
- Saint Mary's College of California
- Samuel Merritt University
- University of Redlands
- University of San Francisco
- University of Southern California (USC)
- Western Governors University
Out-of-State Colleges and Universities
- Arizona State University
- Nursing (pre-licensure) COMING SOON!
- Grand Canyon University
- Historically Black Colleges & Universities
California Community Colleges
Association of Independent California Colleges and Universities (AICCU)
The Association of Independent California Colleges and Universities (AICCU) represents over 75 nonprofit private schools in California. The universities and colleges that belong to this association are accredited and reputable.
Many AICCU schools accept CSU GE Breadth and/or IGETC for general education requirements. Visit CaliforniaCollges.edu for a detailed list. But be sure to also check with a counselor to understand which general education requirements you should complete for your school and major of choice.
*For more information on member institutions, visit aiccu.edu
General Education Worksheets