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Private & Out-Of-State

Private and Out of State Universities

  • Palomar College Articulation Agreements
    • Palomar College has articulation with many private universities in California (which would not be found on www.assist.org) and out-of-state universities
  • Private Universities who accept IGETC and/or CSU GE
    • Listing of private schools who accept the IGETC and/or CSU GE patterns in lieu of campus-specific lower-division general education
  • How to Transfer Out-of-State or to a Private University
    • Information on how to transfer out-of-state or to a private school without an articulation agreement with Palomar College
  • Arizona State University Guaranteed Program for Admission
    • Information on the transfer pathway program with California Community Colleges.
  • WUE and WICHE Program Links
    • What is the Western Undergraduate Exchange (WUE)? If you are a resident of a WICHE state, you are eligible to request a reduced WUE tuition rate of 150% of the resident rate at one of the 145 participating schools in the West. WICHE states include:
      – Alaska
      – Arizona
      – California
      – Colorado
      – Hawaii
      – Idaho
      – Montana
      – Nevada
      – New Mexico
      – N. Dakota
      – Oregon
      – S. Dakota
      – Utah
      – Washington
      – WyomingVirtually all undergraduate fields are available to WUE students at participating colleges and universities. Some institutions have opened their entire curriculum on a space-available or first-come, first-serve basis; others offer only designated programs at the reduced WUE rate. Currently, some 145 public institutions participate in WUE; not all public institutions in every WICHE state participate in the program.WICHE’s student exchange programs offer a broad range of higher education options for students each year at undergraduate, graduate, and professional levels. Residents of WICHE states can gain affordable access to programs, states avoid costly and unnecessary duplication of programs and facilities, and colleges and universities can devote their resources to improving the quality of their educational offerings.