13 Sep California Lutheran University Articulation Agreements
If Oxnard College does not offer specific courses needed, students can consult the agreements with other local community colleges (such as Ventura College, Moorpark College, or Santa Barbara City College) to see if they offer the articulated course. The agreements will also set out admission requirements for certain majors. For more information, please contact an advisor at the transfer center. Articulation is the process of developing a formal, bilateral, written agreement that identifies courses (or sequences of courses) on an “issuer” campus (Oxnard College) comparable to specific course requirements on a “receiving” campus (a four-year college/university) or acceptable in their place. Successful completion of an articulated course assures the student and faculty that the student has taken the corresponding course and has received the necessary instructions and preparation to move to the next level at the university/university. CLU, a private university in Thousand Oaks, and the Ventura County College District have entered into a transfer agreement similar to that of the state`s public universities. Clu`s deadline for transfer students is June 1, so the agreement will come into effect for them. For more information about the agreement, including admission requirements, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Lutheran University of California is a private university of humanities in Thousand Oaks, California. Founded in 1959, it is currently linked to the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, but is not sectarian.
Their mission is to “form leaders for a global society who are strong in character and judgment, confident in their identity and vocation, and committed to service and justice.” The California Lutheran College, which gave its name until January 1, 1986, was the first four-year private college in Ventura County when it opened in 1960. “We are thrilled with this new program, the final step we have taken to better serve transfer students,” said Chris Kimball, President of Cal Lutheran. “This transfer admission guarantee will simplify the process for local students and provide a clear way to attend an independent university in their backyard. This is a wonderful example of a public-private partnership that aims to help students. About ventura County Community College District The Ventura County Community College District is a member of the California Community College College System with 113 campuses and serves more than 50,000 students a year. . . .