Richard D. Cortes, Ph.D., Articulation Officer

Welcome to the Official Glendale Community College Articulation Resource Site!


Dear Colleagues,

On this site you can obtain valuable articulation resources and tools for course development, updates, and transfer information.  Please spend a moment navigating through this site in an effort to better understand the intricacies, procedures, and best practices in articulation. 

If you should have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact, Dr. Richard Cortes, Articulation Officer, at ext. 5445.

California Community College Course Outline Databases

CCC Course Outlines on the Web:

ASSIST Information Center:      

Video Instructions on using the ASSIST Information Center:

Matching your new or updated course outline to the C-ID:

What is C-ID?  Click on link:

Link for Finalized C-ID descriptors:


Transfer General Education Patterns

Does your course belong in the IGETC or CSU GE Breadth patterns?  Please refer to respective guidelines for information:

Most private/independent universities accept the IGETC & CSU GE Breadth patterns; however, some may require additional courses (e.g., Philosophy, Religious Studies, and Advance Composition).  Particular campuses like Loyola Marymount, Pepperdine, & USC will require their own general education patterns:




USC Transfer Planning Guide

These institutions will obtain information from CCC Articulation Officers annually usually around the time when the UCs and CSUs requires curriculum summary updates. 


Associate of Arts/Associate of Science Degree for Transfer (AA-T/AS-T degrees) 

If you are interested in developing an AA-T or AS-T degree, your discipline must have an approved Transfer Model Curriculum.  Currently, the CCC Chancellor's office is collaborating with their counterparts at the CSU, and respective statewide Academic Senates to approve Transfer Model Curriculums for the new transfer degrees.

For a list of the most current TMCs:

For information regarding the Associate Degree for Transfer program:

 Check to view if your courses are articulated with a specific UC or CSU:

 Articulation Newsletters:

October 2013


Last updated: 10/19/2015 11:18:00 AM