ASU Transfer Times February 2022
Academic Catalog update 2022–2023
ASU Transfer Guide collectively has over 900,000 course equivalencies, contributing to over 400 on-campus and online pathways. Arizona State Universitywill be publishing the 2022–2023 academic catalog this February 10, 2022. MyPath2ASU™ will "turnover" pathways to reflect the new catalog year. We will review our Universal Articulation partner's courses for ASU requirements and partner institution information accuracy.
If additional questions or clarity are needed to ensure MyPath2ASU™ pathways are accurate, transparent, and robust, ASU Academic Credit Solutions will reach out to partner institution contacts. If you have additional requests or questions regarding your institution's course catalog being up to date with ASU, please send us a list of new, deleted, or changed courses. This format can be in the format that's best for you. Please send over changes to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We appreciate your assistance in supporting your students and look forward to strengthening our articulation to help students achieve their associate and bachelor's degrees.
Biodiversity Knowledge Integration Center Scholars Program
The Arizona State University Biodiversity Knowledge Integration Center (BioKIC) is announcing the ASU Biocollections Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (JEDI) Scholars Program. This program provides a unique, funded, and hands-on opportunity for students underrepresented in biodiversity science to participate in natural history collections research. Participants will interact with diverse scientists that research the earth’s biodiversity; gain the technical field, curation, and data skills needed for careers in biodiversity science; and work with a team on a project that will benefit future scientific research.
The program will take place over six weeks (May 24 – July 9, 2022) and scholars will receive a stipend of $2,000. Current or recent (<2 years since graduation) students of any university or community college who identify as a member of a group underrepresented in biodiversity science are eligible to apply. Applications are due March 1, 2022.
ASU transfer guide login update
Once a student has completed signing up for MyPath2ASU™, remember to activate and login to the ASU’s Transfer Guide. With this personalized academic guide, students can plan which classes to take at their current transfer institution that will apply to their ASU bachelor's degree and navigate their next steps to the university. The self-service tool assists with degree progress tracking, submitting transfer course evaluations, favoriting pathways, saving courses, and more!
Follow these simple steps to log in to My Transfer Guide:
- Visit mypath2asu.asu.edu.
- Select the Sign Up button and enter your email address and password.
- Select the My Transfer Guide button.
Community college partnership updates
The Universal Articulation partnership model continually strives to create strategies and make technological advancements to support students on their college journey towards completing their bachelor's degree. Academic Alliances has established almost 70 Universal Articulation agreements. We are proud to celebrate our newly onboarded Universal Articulation partners that launched in Q4 of 2021.
Clackamus Community College: For more than 50 years, Clackamas Community College has offered high-quality education and training opportunities, lifetime learning and robust student life programming. Recognized for its committed, supportive faculty and staff, CCC offers programs and services in career technical, college transfer, literacy/basic skills, community education and business training to a diverse student body totaling more than 26,000 at three active campuses.
McHenry County College: McHenry County College serves one of the largest counties in Illinois, providing credit and noncredit training opportunities as well as special events for close to 15,000 participants annually. The College offers six associate degrees, 35 associate of applied science degrees, and more than 70 certificate programs.
Welcome to Academic Alliances! Kathy Silberman
Academic Alliances is pleased to announce that Kathy Silberman has joined our team as a Program Manager of Community College Engagement. Kathy brings 20 years of experience at the Maricopa Community Colleges with her to Academic Alliances. Her work in curriculum and transfer articulation focused on supporting transfer partnerships with universities and helping students make informed transfer decisions to maximize transfer credit and applicability. She has also worked as an academic advisor, recruiter and AZTransfer facilitator. Prior to working in higher education, she taught elementary and middle school. Kathy has a B.A. in Journalism from the University of Arizona and an M.Ed. in Elementary Education from Arizona State University. Her expertise will be a wonderful addition to our team!