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(NAME OF ATF) ATF MEETING. DATE OF MEETING | ANYTHING ELSE. Steering Committee Updates. Name Change. Academic Program Articulation Steering Committee (APASC) is now called the AZTransfer Steering Committee. The change was approved at the strategic planning retreat in June.

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(NAME OF ATF) ATF MEETING

DATE OF MEETING | ANYTHING ELSE

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Steering Committee Updates

Name Change

Academic Program Articulation Steering Committee (APASC) is now called the AZTransfer Steering Committee.

The change was approved at the strategic planning retreat in June.

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Strategic Plan

Outcomes

Mission, vision, and values statements developed

Five major goals were identified

Numerous activities and measurements were established

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Vision, Mission, and Values

Vision

College degree pathways are accessible to all Arizonans.

Mission

The AZTransfer Steering Committee, an organization of academic leaders, supports successful transfer of credits and degree completion for students in all public and tribal postsecondary institutions in Arizona.

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Goals

  • Provide tools to support transfer.
  • Promote curricular alignment in majors across institutions.
  • Support credit and academic mobility to improve student transfer.’
  • Promote and encourage collegiality and communication among all levels of public postsecondary educators.
  • Continue to provide the highest quality of service and leadership to all public and tribal institutions in the areas of transfer and articulation.
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Meeting Purpose, Goals, and Outcomes

  • Update transfer tools
  • Plan for academic year 2014-2015
  • Identify and explore transfer trends
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Transfer Data Trends from ASSIST

What is ASSIST?

Arizona State System for Information on Student Transfer.

  • A relational database containing enrollment and degree information on students attending Arizona’s public universities and community college districts.
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Hezel Study Report

Methods / Study Contents

Analysis of ASSIST data

Results of faculty / staff survey

Results of student survey (will be conducted in fall 2013)

Preliminary Conclusions and Recommendations

Highlights.

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Hezel Study Report

Methods / Study Contents

Analysis of ASSIST data

Results of faculty / staff survey

Results of student survey (will be conducted in fall 2013)

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Hezel Study Report

Faculty / Staff Survey Data

495 survey participants from institutions statewide.

77% of respondents were faculty

46% indicated they were a faculty member with advising responsibilities.

General satisfaction of AZTransfer and APASC is strong, yet AZTransfer is slightly higher.

Transfer system strengths: guaranteed course transfer, creates consistency/standardization.

Weaknesses: lack of student familiarity, inconsistent academic rigor between community colleges and universities

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Hezel Study Report

Faculty / Staff Survey Data

As identified by faculty and staff, transfer system strengths include:

Guaranteed course transfer

Creates consistency/standardization

Weaknesses include:

Lack of student familiarity

Inconsistent academic rigor between community colleges and universities

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Hezel Study Report

Preliminary Conclusions and Recommendations

  • Arizona’s transfer system has made productivity gains since 2006, but advancements are incremental.
  • Formalized organizational structures need authority to foster consistency and press for statewide accountability
  • Awareness, training, and student advising support is vital to ensure students receive consistent guidance.
  • Strong communications and easy to access web-based resources are prudent.
  • Refine operating procedures to support the growing and maturing transfer system.
  • Create a uniform AGEC standard and automatically confer the credential.
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AZTransfer Summit

Save the Date: April 11, 2014

Location TBA

One-day summit

Purpose

Share best practices in transfer in Arizona.

Network with academic professionals statewide.

Discuss issues and trends in Arizona transfer.