The models are documents developed by the various specialized commissions and specific institutions that define only the requirements for the first two years of the program. Once a proposal has been ratified by the AGSC, the stars office receives this document and establishes an appropriate transfer guide that will be used by future transfer students. For more information on AGSC models, click here. Students and parents benefit. A national articulation program covering the transfer of course credits from one public institution to another can save a great deal of time and money for both parents and students. For example, when a student has taken one or more courses that they think are entrusted with and learns something else during the transmission, the student not only loses the money spent on education, books, room and food, but also has to expect delays in graduation that could result in a loss of income on future employment opportunities. Transfer Assistance Pages is a website run by every four-year-old institution in Alabama. Most transfer support pages contain general information that is essential to the success of transfer students. The information links are not limited to: Many of our agricultural family colleges come to Auburn as two-year college transfers and other universities.
Our college`s Office of Student Services helps you through your transfer process and ensures a smooth transition to Auburn and a successful university experience. As a transfer student, you must meet the admission requirements of Auburn University. We also recommend that you apply at an early stage to ensure better acceptance and registration of your preferred course program. Stars (the Statewide Transfer and Articulation Reporting System) is a database that provides guidance and guidance to future transfer students in Alabama. The database allows two-year-old students in Alabama to obtain a guide/agreement transfer for the major of your choice. This guide/contract will guide you through your first two years of course work and save you from losing credit hours when transferring to a four-year public university in Alabama. The AGSC represents the Alabama General Studies Committee. The AGSC was created in March 1994 by state legislation by ACT 94-202.
The AGSC was created to facilitate the transfer of course credits between public universities. To accomplish this task, THE AGSC has developed and implemented a national curriculum of studies and joints that facilitates the portability of course work between all public colleges and Alabama universities. THE AGSC continues to act as a monitoring committee for the articulation program. The members of the Committee are in charge of and maintain the program at all times. Finally, the AGSC works to resolve all student calls related to the transmission of course work related to the articulation program. Four-year-old public institutions benefit. Now that a state articulation program is in place, four-year institutions can better accommodate the transfer student. Four-year institutions are more familiar with the courses they must take in each of the various majors or programs. In addition, each four-year-old institution will receive a monthly list of potential transfer students who have voted in favour of a transfer to their higher education institution and are interested in a transfer.