Transfer Times

ASU Transfer Times October 2022

Transfer week

National Transfer Week Reminder! October 18 – 21, 2022

Webinars for community college employees

There’s still time to register! National Transfer Week at Arizona State University, a week-long series of events designed for ASU faculty and staff, is live and open for registration. Attend virtual sessions to explore topics including MyPath2ASU pathways and partnerships, transfer credit articulation, trends in transfer student enrollment, and more.

Session presenters include ASU staff members and guest presenters from our partner institutions at Mesa Community CollegeCollege of Southern Maryland with other community colleges from Maryland, and the Maricopa Community Colleges. Plus, a special keynote address by Arizona Western College President Daniel Corr will welcome attendees to the start of programming.

Join us to celebrate the diversity of the transfer student experience at ASU at this exciting professional development opportunity. Browse through and register for sessions below.

National Transfer Week
Monday, October 17 to Friday October 21, 2022

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Events for transfer students

As part of National Transfer Week, Arizona State University will be participating in Tri-University Events for prospective transfer students and their families! Students are invited to choose from sessions to learn about admissions, financial aid, transfer pathways, and more. 

And don’t forget, we are offering a series of virtual events for National Transfer Week to further help your students learn about the transfer process and what life is like at ASU. There are numerous sessions to choose from, including how to utilize MyPath2ASU, ASU’s signature source for managing transfer credits, as well as the opportunity to hear from current students who have gone through the transfer process themselves. Please share with your prospective transfer students about National Transfer Week and encourage them to learn more!

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Community college partnership announcements

ASU Academic Alliances works with community colleges across the country to facilitate solutions for student success and to achieve partnership outcomes. The Universal Articulation partnership model continually strives to create strategies and technological advancements to support students on their college journey towards completing their bachelor's degree. Academic alignment, partner support, and a streamlined transfer experience are services delivered to assist students and the staff and faculty that support them.  

We are proud to celebrate our newly established Universal Articulation partners for September!

Community colleges in the news


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ASU celebrates opening of the California Center

Academic Alliances hosted Beyond State Lines: Creating a Culture of Transfer panel at the ASU California Center Tuesday, October 4, 2022.  
The panel discussion focused on the mobility of learners moving between institutions and how this impacts the higher education industry, new ways to facilitate success for diverse student populations, connections between community colleges and four-year institutions, and, most importantly, how two- and four-year institutions are working together to shape the broader landscape of higher education. 
Hear from expert leaders from across the community college landscape primarily focusing on California.
Cheryl Hyman, Vice Provost, Academic Alliances, ASU

Watch the panel discussion


College of Health Solutions transfer student continues his journey helping others

ASU transfer student Kyle Efole always had a passion for sports and helping others. As an athlete and brown belt Brazilian Jiu Jitsu holder, Efole wanted to pursue a career where he could help other athletes as well. According to Efole, “It’s a very demanding sport that requires a lot of time and focus. At the same time, there's a lot of injuries that come about in that type of sport. And me being a helpful person, I'm always looking to find solutions, to really be able to help people and to treat them with any sort of physical or mental injuries.” 

Although originally planning to begin his college journey in a health discipline at the university level, Efole decided to attend Santa Monica College to earn his lower-division credits first. “Initially I was planning on jumping straight into a four-year university. But I spoke to my father and we were having a conversation about what would be the best situation financially, because I always had the grades to go into a university. When it came to making a business decision, my dad helped me to see the long-term perspective of this, that I could save a lot of money by taking courses at a really good community college and then transfer to a university.” 

Utilizing MyPath2ASU, Efole was able to track his coursework and take the right classes, at the right time, prior to transferring. After some time and consideration, Efole chose to pursue his ASU BS degree in sports science and performance programming within the College of Health Solutions. “As someone who suffered countless injuries while playing sports, I've always found the process of recovery quite interesting. In the future, I want to be able to help future athletes who suffer from injuries and have them look at recovery as an interesting process rather than a grudge, and I know that the College of Health Solutions will provide me the best opportunity to do so.” 

We invite you to watch as Efole shares his transfer journey, and read more about his path to ASU and plans for his future.

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