Assembly Bill (AB) 705
Assembly Bill (AB) 705 is a bill signed by the Governor that requires California Community Colleges to maximize the probability that students will enter and complete transfer-level coursework in math and English within a one-year timeframe. AB 705 gives students the right to access and enroll into the first transfer-level or first transfer-level with co-requisite support courses in math and English. To qualify, students MUST have at least 3 years at a regionally accredited United States high school and have graduated within the last ten years.
Automated Placement at Skyline College
Skyline College uses the following measures collected through CCCApply to provide a preliminary math and English course recommendation:
- High school grade point average (GPA)
- High school coursework
- High school grades
- Intended program of study
Submitting HS information for Placement
If you did not provide your high school transcript information during your application, you may submit an English/Math Assessment Request online. If available, please attach your high school transcript, AP score report, and/ or other college transcripts (unofficial accepted) with your online submission to maximize the placement and prerequisite evaluation clearances. Please note, transcripts may be requested for verification purposes for processing.
More Information on AB 705
Please visit the following websites for more information about AB 705: