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AACRAO Transfer & Articulation research reports
Most credit transfers, but when it doesn't, it usually doesn't bother students.
The project enables the block transfer of lower-division general education learning across state borders.
7 ways institutions can court and support this population.
Student and institutional feedback on policy barriers and scalable strategies.
Resources and guidance for strained professionals.
An interview on the complexities around transfer practices and politics.
AACRAO is supporting the work of the Task Force
Like AP and IB exams, they award advanced credit -- and are becoming popular with domestic students, too.
Creating a more transparent process for transfer articulation and establishing clearer tables.
Factors affecting their decisions and recommendations for institutions.
How Purdue helps students make sense of the transfer process.
3 changes that helped one institution boost transfer student success.
The 4th campus-wide Symposium focused on STEM curriculum alignment with 13 community college partners.
How one mid-sized institution improved credit evaluation efficiency.
Coordination and collaboration have elevated the game in Illinois.
How one school is changing the game to better serve transfer students.
Read it here, and join your fellow Transfer Articulation colleagues Wednesday, April 3, at the 2019 AACRAO Annual Meeting to learn more about the guide.
Why some partnerships fail and others thrive.
Preferred documents, evaluation lifecycle, SIS input, specialized laws, and resources for credit evaluators.
Addressing the training gap.
Opportunities to cross train staff, improve student outreach, and build important relationships with other institutions.
How to support this essential role at your institution.
Academically defensible strategies for admitting students without normal documentation.
Highlight your school’s strengths in recruitment and marketing materials aimed at transfer students.
Highlight your school’s strengths when developing recruitment and marketing materials for transfer students.
Working adult students represent one of the largest opportunities to change the economic landscape and workforce in America. Learn about the strategies Wyoming is using to meet the needs of adult students and meet its attainment goal.
The new “Transfer-Institution Bill of Rights and Responsibilities” provide Institutions with 11 responsibilities and rights when dealing with transfer.
Many students who complete their transfer requirements do not make it ‘through the gate’ to a university. Why?
Moving from smorgasboard to success.
A guide to assessing and building proficiency through mentorship, training, and promotion.
No single lens addresses the needs of all transfer student populations.
A place where transfer professionals can find support, network, cultivate relationships, keep abreast of trends and learn of professional development opportunities.
How to work with students to assume responsibility.
The rights of students, the obligations of institutions, and the responsibilities of all.
Create intentional, targeted messages that address issues important to transfer students.
How some schools are filling the gaps in adult student services.
7 steps to ease military credit transfer and tips for raising faculty awareness of the transfer process.
7 steps to success
How collaboration can impact transfer outcomes.
Overcoming campus silos to create a unified, smooth, and positive experience.
Findings from the Student Support (Re)defined project, with a particular focus on African-American and Latino learners.
The Transfer Student Bill of Rights will be similar to the Military Bill of Rights.
What is next for Admissions - Transfer Student Services?
Have you found or developed a technology solution to better serve your campus and students? Do you have a unique and effective way to recruit and retain transfer students?
An update on initiatives
This year, AACRAO will be focusing on two major initiatives relating to transfer - updating the Joint Statement on the Transfer and Award of Credit and the design of a Transfer Student Bill of Rights.
Lone Star College explores best practices for reverse transfer students.
Making the case for guided pathways at Irvine Community College.
How traditional schools can leverage the prior learning trend
The economic, technological and demographic shifts that are making transfer the norm.
What both 2- and 4-year institutions can do to improve outcomes.
Keeping track of articulation agreements
Financial aid and accreditation considerations add some wrinkles.
Second NSC study reveals student mobility trends, and upcoming AACRAO webinar with Doug Shapiro focuses on these transfer patterns.
An admissions professional considers staff and faculty responsibilities toward transfer students.
Survey: Many institutions don't have documented process for unaccredited transfer credits.
The results of the 60 Second Survey on Transfer Articulation Practices are in.
Understand the political and policy debate that led to the UC's Transfer Action report and learn how the plan will be applicable to higher education institutions throughout the nation.
Dr. Sandy Shugart talks about the challenges and gifts of today's college student.
Appalachian State's model transfer student support system.
Study explores why some transfer students don't complete 4-year degrees
Forming institutional partnerships and serving students authentically.
Enrollment professionals must be informed consumers of transfer student research.
Identifying transfer populations with swirling patterns can help institutions customize student services.
Guide to Best Practices: Articulation Agreement
A Guide to Best Practices: Awarding Transfer and Prior Learning Credit
Joint Statement on the Transfer and Award of Credit
Institution Bill of Rights and Responsibilities
Transfer Student Bill of Rights
Additionally, more colleges than in previous years have announced that they have space in this fall’s class and are accepting admissions.
In response to COVID-19, higher ed institutions move to online instruction, AACRAO survey finds. Grading and graduation ceremonies also impacted.