Best Practices in Statewide Articulation and Transfer Systems

From the WICHE Project Archive

Project Overview

A joint project of the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education (WICHE) and Hezel Associates, with funding from Lumina Foundation for Education, Best Practices in Statewide Articulation and Transfer Systems seeks to develop a deeper understanding of how states coordinate their articulation and transfer programs for students who move from two-year to four-year institutions. The project is generating a set of deliverables that includes a promising practices guide to statewide transfer policies and practices; an overview of literature; and a policy brief on higher education Web portals and how they serve students’ transfer needs. Ultimately, the goal of Best Practices in Statewide Articulation and Transfer Systems is to guide policy and practice to improve student transfer and success.

 

The College Puzzle: A College Success Blog by Dr. Michael W. Kirst

Policies and Practices that Enhance Transfer from 2-Year to 4-Year Colleges. Click here to view the full blog.