USC Office of Articulation
WHO SHOULD FILE AN ARTICULATION PETITION?
USC undergraduates who:
- want to request a change in the evaluation of a transfer course as it appears on the Transfer Credit Report.
- are appealing the decision of a previous articulation petition and are submitting additional documentation to support the appeal.
- have been directed to do so by Articulation, an academic advisor, or Degree Progress.
- see a message on their Transfer Credit Report requesting a petition or a syllabus from a transfer course.
- would like to combine transfer courses from different schools or academic departments for General Education credit.
WHO SHOULD NOT FILE AN ARTICULATION PETITION?
- Be sure official transcripts have been transmitted to USC Admission (before admission) or Degree Progress (after admission). Once official transcripts have been received, they will be entered to the student's USC academic record and be evaluated in the order they were received. Evaluations usually take 10-15 business days, but during busy times of the year we may need more time.
- Students who took courses at most California community colleges can estimate subject credit by checking the articulation agreement for their previous college. Agreements can be found here.
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