Transfer and Articulation

For over 80 years, AACRAO has served as the medium of information exchange in order to provide crucial information to colleges and universities to determine their own transfer credit practices.


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Transfer: Communicating with faculty to ease military credit approval

Posted on July 25 2017

In her engaging Transfer Conference session “Military Credit: Navigating the Approval Process,” Jane Rex, Director of Transfer Services at Appalachian State University (ASU) shared her ...

Connecticut Bill to Track Transfer

Posted on June 15 2017by Michelle Mott

A pending Connecticut law would require the state's public universities to release data on credit acceptance for transfer students as well as graduation rates for those students, Inside Higher ...

USC Accepts Significantly More Transfers than Other Private Colleges

Posted on June 15 2017by Heather Zimar

The University of Southern California accepts far more transfer students than other private colleges, reports The Los Angeles Times. According to the latest data from the National Center for Educa...


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The Transfer Handbook Webinar: Promoting Student Success

Posted on June 2 2015

LIVE FREE Webinar Date: ​Tuesday, June 23, 2015 2:00-3:00pm ET OVERVIEW: AACRAO has a history of being at the forefront of transfer. For nearly 80 years, AACRAO has published the Transfer Cr...

A Revealing Look at Mobility and Transfer Pathways Towards Student Success: What does research by the National Student Clearinghouse Res...

Posted on May 26 2015

LIVE FREE Webinar Date: Wednesday, June 10, 2015 2:00-3:00pm ET OVERVIEW: It is well known that many postsecondary students attend multiple institutions throughout their academic career. Alt...

Building Transfer Pathways to Traditional Four-Year Institutions: The University of California Plan and Best Practices

Posted on August 7 2014

LIVE FREE Webinar date: Thursday, September 11, 2014 – 2:00 - 3:00 PM Eastern OVERVIEW: UC President Napolitano recently released a penetrating report that focused on the need for her ...