31 May New ASSIST Public Website Now Available May 31, 2019By Ryan Novero Development News development, news, updates 0 DATE: May 31, 2019 TO: Articulation Officers, Transfer Center Directors, Counselors and Advisors, Directors of Admissions, Directors of Outreach, Registrars, and Evaluators RE: New ASSIST Public Website Now Available Dear Colleagues, We are pleased to share an update on an important milestone from ASSIST, the official transfer and articulation system for California’s public colleges and universities. The new ASSIST public website (assist.org) is now available. Explore the new site. We encourage you to discover the first phase of a newly modernized and re-envisioned ASSIST public website. Included in this initial release: Updated, intuitive design Easily searchable database New ASSIST Public Site Development Background The updated platform represents a large leap forward to modernize the ASSIST system and allow for iterative updates moving forward. The first release phase includes transferability lists and articulation agreements as available. Subsequent phases of the system will include additional public website functionality as well as new features such as Compare Courses by Major and Web Services. Tutorials ASSIST public website tutorials are now available on the ASSIST Resource Center. We encourage you to access these resources and embed or link the tutorials to your own websites for easy student access. Communications Toolkit ASSIST has also developed a communications toolkit to help educate students about the new system. The toolkit contains an informational video, flyer, postcard, poster, and sample digital communications about ASSIST. These materials were developed based on your feedback in a stakeholder survey in spring of 2018; thank you to all those who participated. Additional Information Important details regarding the release and available features are located on the ASSIST public website FAQ page. This help page will be updated often to reflect the most recent information available and answers to other common questions received. You can additionally access the FAQ page via the “Frequent Questions” link on the public website home page. We appreciate the patience and feedback from our colleagues as we have worked to develop an advanced and evolving platform to meet the needs of our users. If you have any questions, you can contact us at email@example.com. To provide feedback on the ASSIST public website, click on the “Support” link at the bottom left of the website home page and use our feedback form. Thank you, Holly Demé, ASSIST Program Director ASSIST Executive Management & Oversight Committee Monica Lin, University of California Office of the President Karen Simpson-Alisca, California State University Office of the Chancellor Raul Arambula, California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office Related Posts New ASSIST Public Website We are very pleased to announce that the new ASSIST public website will be released on May 31, 2019 with the same familiar URL: www.assist.org. April 2019 New ASSIST Public Website Update April 2019 New ASSIST Public Website Update Transfer Tool Website vs. the New ASSIST Public Website Learn about the differences between the temporary Course Transferability Tool website and the new ASSIST website. ASSISTance: April 2020 A recap of general news and updates from ASSIST for April 2020. ASSISTance: April & May 2019 General news and updates from ASSIST staff for April and May 2019. ASSISTance: Summer 2019 (July/August/September) General news and updates from ASSIST for Summer 2019, which covers the months of July, August, and September. Comment (0) Comments are closed.