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transfer pathways to a college degree

Transfer Pathways to a College Degree

In the University System of Ohio

presentation highlights
Presentation Highlights

University System of Ohio

Statewide Initiatives

Transfer Tools

Transfer Pathways

Student Responsibilities

the university system of ohio
The University System of Ohio
  • 13 universities
  • 24 branch campuses
  • 23 technical and community colleges
  • Adult literacy and adult workforce centers

Ohio’s network of public colleges and universities

Mission: To provide affordable, high-quality higher education opportunities for all Ohioans

ohio s 53 private colleges
Ohio’s 53 Private Colleges

Even though the University System of Ohio (USO) represents public institutions many Ohio private colleges/universities willingly participate in transfer and articulation initiatives.

Check with the accepting/receiving institution for transfer information.

statewide initiatives in ohio
Statewide Initiatives in Ohio
  • Equal Treatment for Transfer Students
  • Guaranteed Admission for Associate of Arts and Associate of Science degree earners
  • Acceptance of All Passing Grades (including D’s)
  • Standardized Acceptance of Advanced Placement (AP) Scores
  • Career-Technical Credit Transfer (CT)


ohio board of regents
Ohio Board of Regents

ohio transfer module
Ohio Transfer Module
  • English Composition
  • Mathematics
  • Arts and Humanities
  • Social and Behavioral Sciences
  • Natural or Physical Sciences
  • Interdisciplinary Coursework

A subset of the general education requirements consisting of 36-40 semester hours or 54-60 quarter hours of specific credits in:


Transfer Assurance Guides (TAG) Example



Pre-major & Major Courses –Additional Hours



(36-40 semester hours / 54-60 quarter hours)

Elective Courses – 16 semester hours

  • Courses in transfer module that are for major pathway

Required Courses – 24 semester hours


  • 6 hrs. Arts & Humanities
  • 6 hrs. Social / Behavioral Sciences
  • 3 hrs. English
  • 3 hrs. Math
  • 6 hrs. Natural/Physical Sciences
course applicability system
Course Applicability System



Transfer Partnership Agreements

Transfer Partnership Agreements are created between institutions to facilitate the transfer of specific program credits to ensure that credits are applied effectively to a degree or program.


Articulation and Transfer Clearinghouse


College Transcript

  • Student requests his/her official transcript be sent to another Ohio institution.
  • Transcript will be sent electronically through the Articulation and Transfer Clearinghouse. A TAG audit will be performed.
  • Transcript arrives at the receiving institution, accompanied by a report annotating the TAG courses.
  • Coursework is applied to degree requirements and becomes part of student’s permanent record at the receiving institution.

Receiving Institution

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Transfer Tools
  • Ohio Transfer Module (TM)
  • Transfer Assurance Guides (TAGs)
  • Course Applicability System (CAS)
  • Articulation Agreements Between Institutions
  • Articulation & Transfer Clearinghouse (ATC)
earning college credit while in high school
Earning College Credit While in High School

Post Secondary Enrollment Options (PSEO A & B)

Tech Prep

Seniors to Sophomores Initiative

Early College High School

Advanced Placement

International Baccalaureate (IB)

pathways beyond high school
Pathways Beyond High School

Community and Technical Colleges


Regional/Branch Campuses

Adult Learning and Career Centers

alternative credit
Alternative Credit

Credit by Exam

Credit for Prior Learning

College-Level Examination Program – CLEP

Military Credit – DANTES

Articulated Credit or Non-traditional Credit

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Pathways Beyond High School

High School

University A

University B


Branch Campus


Technical College

College Degree

Adult Learning Career Ctr


transfer pathways
Transfer Pathways

Earning College Credit While in High School

Transferring Military Credit -- DANTES

Transferring Between Institutions

Swirling Among Multiple Institutions

Alternative Credit

transfer terminology
Transfer Terminology
  • Applicability
  • Bilateral Agreement
  • Degree Completion
  • Higher Ed GPA
  • Seamless Transfer
  • Transferability

As you investigate transferring, you will hear what at times sounds like another language.

transfer student responsibilities
Transfer Student Responsibilities
  • Develop a transfer plan with an advisor/counselor
  • Know the deadlines as they are key

(i.e. scholarships, course selections, housing etc…)

  • Understand grade requirements for college and program of study
  • Create a CAS account
  • Ask questions/Use resources

As a student, you have some very important things that you are responsible for in terms of transferring to another college.


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