30th school joins Interstate Passport Network

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30th school joins Interstate Passport Network

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The University of Alaska Anchorage (UAA) has become the 30th institution and the first from Alaska to join the Interstate Passport Network, which now spans a dozen U.S. states. UAA’s urban and community campuses serve 18,000 students. Interstate Passport also recently released its 2017-18 Annual Report, which chronicles program accomplishments in its second year of full implementation. Students who earn a Passport and transfer to another member institution know in advance that their lower-division general education requirements will be met, avoiding a common barrier to completion for transfer students.