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Wyoming’s 2+2 Program-Level Transfer Articulation Agreements

University of Wyoming
Wyoming transfers are too few, and while they are academically successful they complete far too many hours prior to graduation.

The 2+2 articulations apply to the top transfer degree programs in the state of Wyoming, and they represent guided pathways to associate’s and bachelor’s degrees throughout the state. Departments are encouraged to consider class-to-class articulation alignment as well as program-to-program articulation to ensure that students with an associate’s degree enter the university with junior-level standing. Students are encouraged to complete associate’s degrees prior to transfer, which is one of the top predictors of their success and ensures they are well-prepared for their transition.

Chicory Bechtel

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Online Prospective Student Transfer Equivalency Guide

Idaho State University

Constituents of Idaho State University needed a way to easily access transfer credit information in a self service nature that is updated regularly.

Idaho State University wanted a tool that updated on a regular bases for recruiters and prospective students to access from anywhere in the world to glean how a course would transfer to Idaho State University. We also wanted all academic deans and department chairs to have the ability to run reports on the ISU equivalency catalog data, to review transfer credit decisions from a specific institution, as well as to see everything equated to a specific ISU course.

Laura McKenzie

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Articulation with Four-Year Pathways

Laramie County Community College

Building a partnership to aid the transfer of students from Laramie County Community College to Four-Year Universities.

This agreement is designed to ensure articulated pathways for LCCC students and give students a four year academic pathway. The agreement guarantees admission, completion of general education requirements, access to financial aid, scholarships, and student services for transferring students. The pathway gives a student a roadmap to their specific field of choice, starting with the broader associate degree at LCCC. A student who can see their pathway is more engaged and more likely to complete their degree.

Jeffrey Shmidl

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Maricopa-ASU Pathways Program

Maricopa Community Colleges

Building a partnership to aid the transfer of students from Maricopa Community Colleges to Arizona State University

Guaranteed admission to ASU degree programs when all MAPP requirements are met. Eligibility for participation in the ASU Tuition Commitment for Arizona residents. Specific scholarships available for meritorious students who complete an associate’s degree. Access to Transfer Advising and other pre-enrollment services on-site at the Maricopa Community Colleges. Cost-effective pathway ensuring all courses transfer and apply to an ASU degree.

Dr. Sam Dosumu

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Oregon Green Statewide Career Pathway Roadmap Website

Oregon Department of Community Colleges & Workforce Development

Provide one place where individuals can learn more about green job education and apprenticeship programs across the state including access to national and industry resources.

Oregon's Green Statewide Green Career Pathways website provides roadmaps for seven "green" emerging and existing occupations showing community college courses, certificates, and programs and apprenticeship programs available across Oregon. Labor market, industry, and career related information is also provided. Go to

Average: 2 (1 vote)
Mimi Maduro

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Exam Equivalency Guide

Academic Program Articulation Steering Committee (APASC)

Make public the Exam Equivalency Scores and how they transfer into any Arizona public institution.

The Exam Equivalency Guide has been developed to assist students in determining how scores may translate into credit in four testing programs; Advanced Placement (AP), College Level Examination Program (CLEP), DANTES Subject Standardized Tests (DSST), International Baccalaureate (IB). Current and perspective students select an exam from the testing program listing to view acceptable scores at all public community colleges and universities in Arizona.

Rebecca McKay

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Course Equivalency Guide (CEG)

Academic Program Articulation Steering Committee (APASC)

The Course Equivalency Guide (CEG) shows how courses transfer from community college to ASU, NAU and U of A.

The online Course Equivalency Guide tells how courses taken at one school (the "source" institution, typically an Arizona community college) transfer to another school (the "target" institution, ASU, NAU, or UA). The CEG calendar year runs from Summer Session I through Spring Semester, with data going back to 1990. With the exception of direct course equivalencies, the CEG does not indicate how courses will apply to completion of major requirements at the universities. The CEG does not determine how transfer courses may apply to specific baccalaureate degree.

Average: 4.4 (5 votes)
Rebecca McKay

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ASSIST Transfer Information System

California State University

The database shows California Community College (CCC) courses that the California State University (CSU) accepts for transfer and for GE credit. The ASSIST acronym stands for Articulation System Stimulating Interinstitutional Student Transfer.

ASSIST is an online student-transfer information system that shows how course credits earned at one public California college or university can be applied when transferred to another. ASSIST is the official repository of articulation for California’s public colleges and universities and provides the most accurate and up-to-date information about student transfer in California.

Average: 3.7 (3 votes)
Ken O’Donnell

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