Project RAISE is leading the Collaborative Articulation for Transfer Success (CATS) process with and between CSUF and the partner community colleges. The goals is to identify opportunities to strengthen transfer student success pre- and post-transfer. 




Project RAISE aims to foster comprehensive and collaborative efforts of all key constituents at community colleges and four-year institutions. The Project RAISE articulation conference was held 2017 through 2021 with the goal to:

  • help formalize and streamline the process of standardizing articulation agreements between the community colleges and CSUF and enable community college counselors and faculty to properly advise their students.
  • be a way to share the latest updates about enrollment targets, impactions, and course articulation and associate degrees for transfer, as well as engage in dialogue about new models for articulation agreements.
  • create networking opportunities that will enable community college representatives to get to know the CSUF personnel who can answer their questions.


Audience & presenters

The conference was hosted at CSUF and attended by STEM deans, faculty, counselors, and staff from the eight Project RAISE partner community colleges to help us better advise students about transferring. These partner colleges were: Citrus, Cypress, Fullerton, Golden West, Mt. San Antonio, Orange Coast, Santa Ana, and Santiago Canyon.

We consider the following majors at CSUF part of STEM:

  • Natural Sciences and Mathematics: Biochemistry, Biological Science, Chemistry, Earth Science, Geology, Mathematics, Physics
  • Engineering and Computer Science: Civil Engineering, Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering

Presentations were led by faculty and administrators from CSUF admissions and CSUF Colleges of Natural Sciences and Mathematics (NSM) and Engineering and Computer Science (ECS).


Conference Activities

Articulation conference activities included:

  • Networking with CSUF STEM faculty, key personnel from the CSUF Office of Admissions and Records, and community college STEM faculty, counselors, and deans
  • Discussions featuring NSM and ECS faculty, administrators, and staff, as well as community college science and engineering deans, faculty, and counselors
  • Updates on CSUF admission requirements, impactions, and enrollment targets
  • Discussions about issues regarding STEM articulation agreements
  • Presentation of Transferology 



2021 STEM Articulation Conference - September 2021

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2020 STEM Articulation Conference - September 2020

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2019 STEM Articulation Conference - Friday, September 20, 2019

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2018 STEM Articulation Conference - Friday, September 28, 2018

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2017 STEM Articulation Conference - Friday, October 20, 2017
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