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Friday, June 5, 2020 - 12am

Transfer Evaluation Refresher Video - International Course Processing

If you missed out on the two refresher webinars for International Course Processing, you can view the recorded presentation below. If you have any questions, please contact articulation@asu.edu. Thank you!

International Course Processing

Tanaya Dempsey | Assistant Director | Academic Transfer Credit Solutions

Thursday, May 28, 2020 - 12am

Transfer Evaluation Refresher Video - JST + Military Credit

If you missed out on the two refresher webinars for JST and Military Credit, you can view the recorded presentation below. If you have any questions, please contact articulation@asu.edu. Thank you!

Transfer Evaluation Refresher Webinar Video

Tanaya Dempsey
Assistant Director | Academic Transfer Credit Solutions

Friday, May 8, 2020 - 12am

Transfer Evaluation Refresher Webinars

Academic Transfer Credit Solutions will be hosting a series of Transfer Evaluation Refresher Webinars this summer that will center around different course evaluation topics. Most of the refreshers will be only 30 min and you can choose an option that fits your schedule. The different topics are listed below and the registration links are in the flyers. Please feel free to share the flyers with anyone interested in attending. Thank you!

Tanaya Dempsey
Assistant Director | Academic Transfer Credit Solutions

Wednesday, May 6, 2020 - 12am

Transfer Guide Update -

TAG and GPA partnerships are being rebranded as MyPath2ASU. The Transfer Guide will remain the same and students will still have the option to build a transfer map, but the link will change on the home page. Also, transfer students will receive updated communication that will include marketing around MyPath2ASU. Additional information can be found on the attached document below. If you have any questions regarding transfer coursework, please contact articulation@asu.edu. Pathway questions can be sent to transferpathways@asu.edu. Thank you!

Transfer Guide @ ASU

Tanaya Dempsey
Assistant Director | Academic Transfer Credit Solutions

Thursday, April 30, 2020 - 12am

Transfer Processing Resource Guide

Attached is a document that provides information on how to determine which service unit can assist with transfer questions/courses. If you have any questions, please email articluation@asu.edu or call (480) 727-2424.

Transfer Processing Resource Guide

Tanaya Dempsey | Assistant Director | Academic Transfer Credit Solutions

Thursday, April 30, 2020 - 12am

Credit by Exam

Attached is a document that provides additional information on credit by exam. If you have any questions, please email articluation@asu.edu or call (480) 727-2424.

Credit by Exam

Tanaya Dempsey | Assistant Director | Academic Transfer Credit Solutions

Thursday, April 30, 2020 - 12am

General Studies Fulfillment by Degree Type

Attached is a document that provides additional information on general studies fulfillment by degree type. If you have any questions, please email articluation@asu.edu or call (480) 727-2424.

General Studies Fulfillment by Degree Type

Tanaya Dempsey | Assistant Director | Academic Transfer Credit Solutions

Friday, April 3, 2020 - 12am

Transcript Processing and FAQ:

Attached is a document that provides additional information on transcript processing. If you have any questions, please email articluation@asu.edu or call (480) 727-2424.

Transcript Processing and FAQ

Tanaya Dempsey | Assistant Director | Academic Transfer Credit Solutions

Friday, April 3, 2020 - 12am

JST and Military Credit Tips:

Attached is a document that provides information on how Joint Service Transcripts (JST) and Military Credit is evaluated. If you have any questions, email articulation@asu.edu or call (480) 727-2424.

JST and Military Credit Tips

Tanaya Dempsey | Assistant Director | Academic Transfer Credit Solutions

Friday, April 3, 2020 - 12am

International Tips

Attached is a process document that shows how International courses are evaluated. If you have any questions, please contact articulation@asu.edu or call (480) 727-2424.

International Tips

Tanaya Dempsey | Assistant Director | Academic Transfer Credit Solutions

Wednesday, August 7, 2019 - 12am

Non-Degree Seeking Student Course Evaluation Process:

Academic units have had an increase of non-degree seeking students that require transfer courses to be evaluated for pre-reqs. In partnership with the Registrar's office and Admissions Services, we have put together a process document explaining how non-degree seeking student's transfer coursework can be evaluated - please see attached document. 

If you have any questions about the process, please email articulation@asu.edu or call 480-727-2424.

Thank you!

Tanaya Dempsey | Assistant Director | Academic Transfer Credit Solutions

Wednesday, August 7, 2019 - 12am

In-State NOT FND Process:

Our department has made updates to NOT FND equivalencies for NAU/UA unarticulated courses. NOT FND will now be applied to any courses that are part of changes in NAU/UA's curriculum. LWR/UPR rules will be applied to any unarticulated course to assist in academic units making exceptions on student's DARS.

For more information - please see attached document (this will include additional information about in-state equivalencies as a whole). You can also contact us at articulation@asu.edu or 480-727-2424.

Thank you!

Tanaya Dempsey | Assistant Director | Academic Transfer Credit Solutions

Friday, September 25, 2015 - 12am

As the WICHE Coordinator for your campus, we are seeking your assistance in informing all advising staff on your campus that the WICHE-Professional Student Exchange Program (PSEP) is available to students who seek professional training in the following fields:  DENTISTRY, OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY, OPTOMETRY, OSTEOPATHIC MEDICINE, PODIATRIC MEDICINE, and VETERINARY MEDICINE.  (If you are no longer your campus’ WICHE Coordinator, please forward this email to the new coordinator and ask them to provide us with their contact information.)  Please note that support in the field of Occupational Therapy is being phased out as Northern Arizona University has started a program at the Phoenix campus.

Attached is a copy of WICHE Professional Student Exchange Program brochure, and a flyer, which we ask that you forward to the proper departments for posting.  Also, enclosed is a press release for your campus newspaper.  The purpose of the press release is to get the word out that the deadline for WICHE PSEP certification for training to commence in fall 2016 is October 15, 2015.   Students may access an Application for WICHE Certification at:  http://www.azregents.edu/specialprogramsandinitiatives/default.aspx, click on Applicant, and click on Professional Student Exchange Program.  If students have additional questions about the Professional Student Exchange Program, please ask them to call the Arizona Board of Regents WICHE Certifying Office at 602-229-2500 or go to:  www.azregents.edu.

WICHE’s Western Regional Graduate Program (WRGP) makes many high-quality graduate programs available to master’s, graduate certificate, and Ph.D. students, who are residents of the 16 participating states, to enroll in some 380 high-quality programs at 60 participating institutions.  Additionally, if the desired healthcare program is not offered through PSEP, students may check the Western Regional Graduate Program.  WRGP currently offers access to more than 60 high-quality healthcare-related degrees offered by some 43 public institutions.  Students who enroll in a cooperating program outside of Arizona through WRGP pay resident tuition.  Additional information is available at:  www.wiche.edu/wrgp

Additionally, Arizona participates in the WICHE Western Undergraduate Exchange Program (WUE.)  The Western Undergraduate Exchange provides opportunities for students to attend a public college at the undergraduate level, outside their home state, at a reduced level of tuition (150% of resident tuition.)  Arizona residents may attend undergraduate programs in all WICHE states.  The WICHE member states are: Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oregon, South Dakota, Utah, Washington and Wyoming.

Attached is a copy of the Arizona Western Undergraduate Exchange brochure, which we ask that you forward to undergraduate advisors.  They may provide copies to students as needed.  Interested applicants should contact their institution of choice and indicate that they would like to apply as a Western Undergraduate Exchange applicant.  If students have additional questions about the Western Undergraduate Exchange, please ask them to contact the WICHE Central Office in Boulder, Colorado at 303-541-0210 or http://www.wiche.edu/wue

WICHE’s newest exchange is the Internet Course Exchange (ICE) an alliance of member institutions and systems that broadens student access to online courses and programs.  WICHE ICE is an institutional tool that enables students to seamlessly access other two- and four-year institutions’ courses while using the advisory, registration, and financial aid services provided at their home campuses.  Additional information is available at:  www.wiche.edu/ice.

Your assistance is appreciated in getting the word out to all the advising staff on your campus about these unique opportunities available through Arizona’s participation in the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education (WICHE.)

Please let us know if we can provide additional information.

 

Louise Lynch | Director WICHE Student Exchange Programs
W 602-229-2563 | louise.lynch@azregents.edu
2020 N. Central Avenue, #230 | Phoenix, AZ  85004 | www.azregents.edu

Tuesday, August 4, 2015 - 12am

Dear AAB Members:

We are seeking your assistance in communicating the following message to the advising community regarding a change in the process of evaluating domestic transfer credit. Currently, courses that are not in the TCG database and are older than 10 years automatically receive an “OLD” flag and appear in the “old course” section towards the bottom of the student’s DARS at the time the transcript is received.

Effective August 5th, 2015 we are eliminating the 10-year rule and introducing a new rule:

  • Any transferable course that is not in the TCG database and was taken in 1996 or later will automatically be sent to the TCG for evaluation at the time the student’s transcript is processed.
  • Courses taken prior to 1996 will now receive the “OLD” flag and continue to display on the bottom of the student’s DARS as needing further evaluation if needed for any degree requirements.
  • This change will begin for any transcripts received after August 5th, 2015 and will not be retroactive.

The text on the audit for this section will be updated to read: The courses listed below were taken prior to 1996 and have not been evaluated for applicability to degree requirements. Please consult with your academic advisor to determine if any of these courses merit additional evaluation for possible satisfaction of degree requirements.

Please direct any questions regarding this change to articulation@asu.edu.

With this change the number of courses that student’s and advisors have to manually submit through the TCG should decrease, with minimal impact to our processing time. This change is a direct result of advisor feedback to the Transfer Systems Development team; THANK YOU for your continued support of students and the work we do!

 

Lisa McIntyre, Ph.D.
Executive Director
Office of the University Provost
Arizona State University
480-727-6799

Wednesday, April 23, 2014 - 12am

As of April 16, 2014, the Transfer Systems Development office will automatically evaluate any unarticulated coursework on new transfer transcripts received by Admissions Services; this includes newly admitted and current students who submit new transfer transcripts.

This video provides an overview of this new process for advisors and university staff: http://www.asu.edu/courses/oasis/TransferCredit/TransferCredit.mp4

A few points of clarification regarding these changes:

  • Student’s DARS audits will not show transfer credits until all of the student’s transcripts are evaluated for admissions purposes and to determine ASU equivalencies. Once the transcript is evaluated for admissions purposes, please allow 5 business days for the equivalency evaluation to be completed. Advisors can determine if a transcript is pending evaluation for equivalency through the Transfer Credit Guide (TCG) advisor view: https://webapp4.asu.edu/transfercreditguide/app/transfercourseadmin (must be logged into myASU).
  • All transferable courses on a student’s transcript will automatically be evaluated for equivalency except in the following cases:
    • Courses that are10 years or older.
      • These courses will show in a new section on the student’s DARS audit indicating they are 10 years or older.
      • Advisors should assist students in determining if courses in this section may be applicable towards needed degree requirements. If so, courses should be submitted through the “Submit Course for Evaluation” link on the TCG.
    • Courses that require additional information for evaluation.
    • These courses will show in a new section on the student’s audit indicating the course(s) as needing more information.
    • Upper division courses in this section will be designated as upper division and count towards the student’s total upper division hour count on their audit.
    • Advisors should assist students in determining if courses in this section may be applicable towards needed degree requirements. If so, courses should be submitted through the “Submit Course for Evaluation” link on the TCG  and include a syllabi for the term the student completed the course.
  • The above mentioned new areas on the DARS audits will show for all catalog years for transcripts received after April 16, 2014. Students who submitted transcripts prior to this date should not resubmit transcripts; doing so will result in any exceptions being lost. If these students need transfer courses evaluated please advise them to submit their evaluation request through the TCG.
  • The TCG is still available for use by students and staff to search for current ASU equivalency rules and request evaluations for the scenarios outlined above. Prospective students can continue to submit requests for evaluations of courses not in the TCG database.

Please let me know if you need any further clarification regarding these changes. If you need assistance in regards to a specific student’s transfer credit evaluation, please contact articulation@asu.edu.

Thank you,
Lisa

Monday, March 17, 2014 - 12am

Transfer articulation has changed the messages students receive on DARS reports before their courses have been evaluated.