UO Articulation Transfer Linked Audit System (ATLAS)
The University of Oregon is a member of the Oregon University System’s Articulation Transfer Linked Audit System (ATLAS). With this new service, the UO can greatly assist students transferring to and from OUS institutions and Oregon Community Colleges. ATLAS is easy to use and can be accessed from the Office of the Registrar website. Anyone is welcome to set up an account and use the system. Some of the comprehensive features include:
- Course and Program Guides - Use these tools to learn more about our courses and programs offered at UO.
- Course Equivalency Guides (Transfer Articulation) - Use this tool to find out which course equivalencies are available at the UO for the courses you transfer. There are course equivalencies for all Oregon higher education institutions and selected higher education institutions in California and Washington.
- Degree Evaluation (Program Plan) - Use this tool to evaluate your courses from other institutions and determine how they will count towards UO degree completion.
ATLAS is available through the u.select website and provides information on degree planning. See below for instructions specific to UO users.
Abbreviated Instructions for UO Users
Adding Coursework to u.select:
- To contact the UO concerning course equivalencies questions while using ATLAS, email the registraruoregon [dot] edu (UO Registrar’s Office).
- To contact the UO concerning degree evaluation/planning guide while using ATLAS, email the registraruoregon [dot] edu (UO Registrar’s Office).
- To contact the UO concerning fatal application errors, broken pages, or other failing features within the u.select interface, please email the registraruoregon [dot] edu (UO Registrar’s Office).
ATLAS Disclaimer and Explanation of Terms
This site should be used as a tool to assist in planning for your possible transfer to the University of Oregon. Course articulation and degree evaluation on this web site is not official and does not guarantee transfer credit. This site is not a substitute for an official evaluation with an advisor or the official transfer articulation that is completed upon application to the UO.
- If there is no direct UO equivalent for a known transfer course, then the UO course number is given as "*AAT" and the course title will say something like "100-level course”. "1AAT” or “2AAT" stands for "100 or 200-level transfer"; "3AAT" or “4AAT “stands for "300 or 400-level course".
- Courses from institutions that are not in ATLAS will be given an equivalent of "unknown course" (UNKN).
- Semester credits should be multiplied by 1.5 to find the equivalent number of quarter credits.
Questions? Contact UO here.