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ASSIST does not take the place of a counselor on your campus. It is intended to help students and counselors work together to establish an appropriate path toward transferring from a public California community college to a public California university.

Exploring majors allows you to investigate majors offered at University of California and California State University campuses. It provides several paths you can take to learn about specific majors, requirements for majors, major preparation at community colleges and transferring to UC and CSU. Click the link for more details. To begin exploring majors, choose the Explore Majors button in the center of the page.

ASSIST is intended to facilitate transfer from a California Community College to a University of California or California State University campus. You can use ASSIST to see lists of community college courses that are applicable to transfer, and you can see articulation agreements that show how courses at one institution might be used to fulfill lower division requirements at another institution.

You can also use ASSIST to explore majors offered at the University of California and California State University and to display a variety of information to help you prepare for a major when you transfer. Click the link for more details.To start using ASSIST, choose Explore Transfer Information or Explore Majors. If you select Explore Transfer Information, you must choose an institution from the selection list. You can choose the institution you now attend or the institution you plan to attend. Once you have made your selection, you will be presented with articulation agreement and course lists choices available for your institution. Click the link for more details.Click the link to see answers to frequently asked questions.A transferable course is a course taken at one college or university that can be used for credit at another institution. Transferable courses may be used for major preparation, general education, or elective credit. ASSIST includes two reports that show transferable courses, one for UC and one for CSU. To see transferable courses, start by choosing a community college.An articulated course is a course taken at one college or university that can be used to satisfy a subject matter requirement at another college or university. To see articulation agreements, start by choosing a college or university. Click the link for more details.The Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum (IGETC) defines a pattern of community college courses that may be used to fulfill lower division general education requirements at both the University of California and California State Universities. There may be some limitations. Click the link for more details. To see a list of IGETC applicable courses, start by choosing a community college.The ASSIST Information Center is the Web site for ASSIST managers, data entry personnel, and others who are involved in maintaining the information in ASSIST. Click the link for more information.CSU GE-Breadth Certification defines a pattern of courses that may be used to fulfill lower division general education requirements at any California State University campus. Click the link for more details. To see a list of these courses, start by choosing a community college.UC Transfer Admissions Eligibility courses define the pattern of coursework transfer students must take to be eligible for admission to the University of California from a California community college. Click the link for more details. To see a list of these courses, start by choosing a community college.The California State University requires students to complete coursework which addresses United States History, Constitution, and American Ideals. This is a graduation requirement for CSU students, but the requirement may be completed at the community college prior to transfer. Click the link for more details. To see a list of these courses, start by choosing a community college.C-ID – Course Identification Numbering System. C-ID is a supplemental common course numbering system aimed at helping students and faculty identify courses across institutions that fulfill associate or baccalaureate degree requirements. Click the link for more details.ASSIST is not associated with a single college or university but provides general information for all public institutions in California. Since there are many variables involved in providing guidance for an individual student, we dont provide academic or career counseling. Your counselor at your community college or an admissions or departmental advisor at the university you plan to attend are best prepared to answer your specific questions.For information about admission to the California State University, including GPA requirements, admissions criteria, and application deadlines, consult CSUs online application system. The online system also provides links to the individual CSU campuses if you have a more specific question. Click the link for more information.For information about admission to the University of California, including GPA requirement, admissions criteria, and application deadlines, consult Pathways, UCs online application system. The online system provides links to individual UC campuses if you have a more specific question. Click the link for more information.Choose an institution from this selection list. You can choose the institution you now attend or the institution you plan to attend.From this list, choose the academic year for the articulation agreement you would like to see.Choose a second institution for the articulation agreement from this selection list.ASSIST is intended to facilitate transfer from a California Community College to a University of California or California State University campus. There is no information in ASSIST concerning transfer from or to out-of-state colleges or universities. For information on out-of-state institutions, contact the admissions office at the institution you plan to attend.ASSIST is intended to facilitate transfer from a California Community College to the University of California or California State University campus. There is no information concerning transfer from or to universities in other countries. For information on international transfer, contact the international student center at the institution you plan to attend.ASSIST is intended to facilitate transfer from a California Community College to the University of California or California State University campus. There is no information concerning transfer from or to private institutions. For information about private institutions, contact the admissions office at the institution you plan to attend.ASSIST does not provide information regarding financial aid. For information regarding financial aid, contact the Financial Aid office at the institution you plan to attend.ASSIST is not associated with a single college or university but provides general information for all public institutions in California. ASSIST does not contain information about class schedules or catalogs. To find that information online, go to the campus Web site. Click the link to find links to campus Web sites.ASSIST does not provide information regarding transcripts and cannot provide you a copy of your transcripts. For information regarding transcripts, contact the Registrars Office at your college or university.Click the link for a list of links to related sites.If youre starting out at a California community college and know which major you want to study but havent decided which UC campuses to apply to, UC Transfer Pathways are a simple way to keep your options open as you prepare for your major.The Associate Degrees for Transfer (AA-T and AS-T) programs offered at the California Community Colleges (CCC) are designed to provide an efficient transfer preparation roadmap for California Community College students preparing to transfer to a California State University (CSU). CCC students who are awarded an Associate Degree for Transfer and apply to a CSU similar degree major program are guaranteed priority admission to the CSU system and to complete the similar major program in 60 semester or 90 quarter units.Select a single department, or scroll to the bottom of the list to select all departments.Select a single department, or scroll to the bottom of the list to select all departments.Click to select a single GE certification area, or scroll to the bottom to select all areas.Select a single department, or scroll to the bottom of the list to select all departments.Click to select a single GE certification area, or scroll to the bottom to select all areas.Select a single department, or scroll to the bottom of the list to select all departments.Click to select a single subject area, or scroll to the bottom to select all areas.You can choose to see the articulation for a single major, or scroll to the bottom to select all majors. An All Majors report may take several minutes.You can choose to see the articulation for a single department at the receiving institution, or scroll to the bottom to select all departments. An All Departments report may take several minutes.You can choose to see the articulation for a single department at the sending institution, or scroll to the bottom to select all departments. An All Departments report may take several minutes.Click the link to see articulation for the local general education requirements at the receiving institution.Click to see the courses at the selected California community college that are transferable for unit credit to any California State University campus. You will be able to select a single department or all departments.Click to see the courses at the selected California community college that can be used to complete the CSU GE-Breadth Certification. You will be able to see the courses organized by department or by area.Click to see the courses at the selected California community college that can be used to complete the CSU US History, Constitution, and American Ideals graduation requirement.a-g Freshman admissions courses for CSUa-g Freshman admissions courses for UCClick to see the courses at the selected California community college that can be used to complete IGETC certification. You will be able to see the courses organized by department or by area.Click to see the courses at the selected California community college that are transferable for unit credit to any University of California campus. You will be able to select a single department or all departments.C-ID is a supplemental common course numbering system aimed at helping students and faculty identify courses across institutions that fulfill associate or baccalaureate degree requirements. Click to see the C-ID course designators for the selected C-ID discipline.C-ID is a supplemental common course numbering system aimed at helping students and faculty identify courses across institutions that fulfill associate or baccalaureate degree requirements. Click to see the C-ID course designators for the selected C-ID discipline and subdiscipline.C-ID is a supplemental common course numbering system aimed at helping students and faculty identify courses across institutions that fulfill associate or baccalaureate degree requirements. Click to see the C-ID course designators for the selected institution and academic year.C-ID is a supplemental common course numbering system aimed at helping students and faculty identify courses across institutions that fulfill associate or baccalaureate degree requirements. Click to see the C-ID course designators for the selected department.Click to see the courses at the selected California community college that can be used to fulfill the minimum UC transfer admissions eligibility requirements. You will be able to select a single subject area, or all areas.

Assist (basketball

is attributed to a player who passes the ball to a teammate in a way that leads to a score byfield goal, meaning that he or she was assisting in the basket. There is some judgment involved in deciding whether a passer should be credited with an assist. An assist can be scored for the passer even if the player who receives the pass makes a basket after dribbling the ball. However, the original definition of an assist did not include such situations,so the comparison of assist statistics across eras is a complex matter.

Only the pass directly before the score may be counted as an assist, so no more than one assist can be recorded per field goal (unlike in other sports, such asice hockey). A pass that leads to a shooting foul and scoring byfree throwsdoes not count as an assist in theNBA, but does inFIBAplay (only one assist is awarded per set of free throws in which at least one free throw is made).

Point guardstend to get the most assists per game (apg), as their role is primarily that of a passer and ballhandler.Centerstend to get fewer assists, but centers with good floor presence and court vision can dominate a team by assisting. Being inside the key, the center often has the best angles and the best position for dishes and other short passes in the scoring area. CenterWilt Chamberlainled the NBA in assists in 1968. A strong center with inside-scoring prowess, such as former NBA centerHakeem Olajuwon, can also be an effective assistor because the defensesdouble-teamingtends to open up offense in the form of shooters.

The NBA single-game assist team record is 53, held by the Milwaukee Bucks, on December 26, 1978.2The NBA single-game assist individual record is 30, held byScott Skilesof the Orlando Magic on December 30, 1990.

The NBA record for most career assists is held byJohn Stockton, with 15,806, Stockton also holds the NBA single season assist per game record with 14.5 during the 1989-1990 regular season. The highest career assist per game average in NBA history is held byMagic Johnson, with 11.2 assist per game.

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ASSIST does not take the place of a counselor on your campus. It is intended to help students and counselors work together to establish an appropriate path toward transferring from a public California community college to a public California university.

Exploring majors allows you to investigate majors offered at University of California and California State University campuses. It provides several paths you can take to learn about specific majors, requirements for majors, major preparation at community colleges and transferring to UC and CSU. Click the link for more details. To begin exploring majors, choose the Explore Majors button in the center of the page.

ASSIST is intended to facilitate transfer from a California Community College to a University of California or California State University campus. You can use ASSIST to see lists of community college courses that are applicable to transfer, and you can see articulation agreements that show how courses at one institution might be used to fulfill lower division requirements at another institution.

You can also use ASSIST to explore majors offered at the University of California and California State University and to display a variety of information to help you prepare for a major when you transfer. Click the link for more details.To start using ASSIST, choose Explore Transfer Information or Explore Majors. If you select Explore Transfer Information, you must choose an institution from the selection list. You can choose the institution you now attend or the institution you plan to attend. Once you have made your selection, you will be presented with articulation agreement and course lists choices available for your institution. Click the link for more details.Click the link to see answers to frequently asked questions.A transferable course is a course taken at one college or university that can be used for credit at another institution. Transferable courses may be used for major preparation, general education, or elective credit. ASSIST includes two reports that show transferable courses, one for UC and one for CSU. To see transferable courses, start by choosing a community college.An articulated course is a course taken at one college or university that can be used to satisfy a subject matter requirement at another college or university. To see articulation agreements, start by choosing a college or university. Click the link for more details.The Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum (IGETC) defines a pattern of community college courses that may be used to fulfill lower division general education requirements at both the University of California and California State Universities. There may be some limitations. Click the link for more details. To see a list of IGETC applicable courses, start by choosing a community college.The ASSIST Information Center is the Web site for ASSIST managers, data entry personnel, and others who are involved in maintaining the information in ASSIST. Click the link for more information.CSU GE-Breadth Certification defines a pattern of courses that may be used to fulfill lower division general education requirements at any California State University campus. Click the link for more details. To see a list of these courses, start by choosing a community college.UC Transfer Admissions Eligibility courses define the pattern of coursework transfer students must take to be eligible for admission to the University of California from a California community college. Click the link for more details. To see a list of these courses, start by choosing a community college.The California State University requires students to complete coursework which addresses United States History, Constitution, and American Ideals. This is a graduation requirement for CSU students, but the requirement may be completed at the community college prior to transfer. Click the link for more details. To see a list of these courses, start by choosing a community college.C-ID – Course Identification Numbering System. C-ID is a supplemental common course numbering system aimed at helping students and faculty identify courses across institutions that fulfill associate or baccalaureate degree requirements. Click the link for more details.ASSIST is not associated with a single college or university but provides general information for all public institutions in California. Since there are many variables involved in providing guidance for an individual student, we dont provide academic or career counseling. Your counselor at your community college or an admissions or departmental advisor at the university you plan to attend are best prepared to answer your specific questions.For information about admission to the California State University, including GPA requirements, admissions criteria, and application deadlines, consult CSUs online application system. The online system also provides links to the individual CSU campuses if you have a more specific question. Click the link for more information.For information about admission to the University of California, including GPA requirement, admissions criteria, and application deadlines, consult Pathways, UCs online application system. The online system provides links to individual UC campuses if you have a more specific question. Click the link for more information.Choose an institution from this selection list. You can choose the institution you now attend or the institution you plan to attend.From this list, choose the academic year for the articulation agreement you would like to see.Choose a second institution for the articulation agreement from this selection list.ASSIST is intended to facilitate transfer from a California Community College to a University of California or California State University campus. There is no information in ASSIST concerning transfer from or to out-of-state colleges or universities. For information on out-of-state institutions, contact the admissions office at the institution you plan to attend.ASSIST is intended to facilitate transfer from a California Community College to the University of California or California State University campus. There is no information concerning transfer from or to universities in other countries. For information on international transfer, contact the international student center at the institution you plan to attend.ASSIST is intended to facilitate transfer from a California Community College to the University of California or California State University campus. There is no information concerning transfer from or to private institutions. For information about private institutions, contact the admissions office at the institution you plan to attend.ASSIST does not provide information regarding financial aid. For information regarding financial aid, contact the Financial Aid office at the institution you plan to attend.ASSIST is not associated with a single college or university but provides general information for all public institutions in California. ASSIST does not contain information about class schedules or catalogs. To find that information online, go to the campus Web site. Click the link to find links to campus Web sites.ASSIST does not provide information regarding transcripts and cannot provide you a copy of your transcripts. For information regarding transcripts, contact the Registrars Office at your college or university.Click the link for a list of links to related sites.If youre starting out at a California community college and know which major you want to study but havent decided which UC campuses to apply to, UC Transfer Pathways are a simple way to keep your options open as you prepare for your major.The Associate Degrees for Transfer (AA-T and AS-T) programs offered at the California Community Colleges (CCC) are designed to provide an efficient transfer preparation roadmap for California Community College students preparing to transfer to a California State University (CSU). CCC students who are awarded an Associate Degree for Transfer and apply to a CSU similar degree major program are guaranteed priority admission to the CSU system and to complete the similar major program in 60 semester or 90 quarter units.Select a single department, or scroll to the bottom of the list to select all departments.Select a single department, or scroll to the bottom of the list to select all departments.Click to select a single GE certification area, or scroll to the bottom to select all areas.Select a single department, or scroll to the bottom of the list to select all departments.Click to select a single GE certification area, or scroll to the bottom to select all areas.Select a single department, or scroll to the bottom of the list to select all departments.Click to select a single subject area, or scroll to the bottom to select all areas.You can choose to see the articulation for a single major, or scroll to the bottom to select all majors. An All Majors report may take several minutes.You can choose to see the articulation for a single department at the receiving institution, or scroll to the bottom to select all departments. An All Departments report may take several minutes.You can choose to see the articulation for a single department at the sending institution, or scroll to the bottom to select all departments. An All Departments report may take several minutes.Click the link to see articulation for the local general education requirements at the receiving institution.Click to see the courses at the selected California community college that are transferable for unit credit to any California State University campus. You will be able to select a single department or all departments.Click to see the courses at the selected California community college that can be used to complete the CSU GE-Breadth Certification. You will be able to see the courses organized by department or by area.Click to see the courses at the selected California community college that can be used to complete the CSU US History, Constitution, and American Ideals graduation requirement.a-g Freshman admissions courses for CSUa-g Freshman admissions courses for UCClick to see the courses at the selected California community college that can be used to complete IGETC certification. You will be able to see the courses organized by department or by area.Click to see the courses at the selected California community college that are transferable for unit credit to any University of California campus. You will be able to select a single department or all departments.C-ID is a supplemental common course numbering system aimed at helping students and faculty identify courses across institutions that fulfill associate or baccalaureate degree requirements. Click to see the C-ID course designators for the selected C-ID discipline.C-ID is a supplemental common course numbering system aimed at helping students and faculty identify courses across institutions that fulfill associate or baccalaureate degree requirements. Click to see the C-ID course designators for the selected C-ID discipline and subdiscipline.C-ID is a supplemental common course numbering system aimed at helping students and faculty identify courses across institutions that fulfill associate or baccalaureate degree requirements. Click to see the C-ID course designators for the selected institution and academic year.C-ID is a supplemental common course numbering system aimed at helping students and faculty identify courses across institutions that fulfill associate or baccalaureate degree requirements. Click to see the C-ID course designators for the selected department.Click to see the courses at the selected California community college that can be used to fulfill the minimum UC transfer admissions eligibility requirements. You will be able to select a single subject area, or all areas.