Dominique Bennett, Student Success Coordinator, College of Health Sciences
Ann Colgan, Director, Interdisciplinary Studies, Associate Professor
Seth Jacobson, Senior Director, Center for Civic Engagement & Social Impact
Beatrice Adera, Chair and Associate Professor of Special Education
Hannah Ashley, Professor and Coordinator of Youth Empowerment and Urban Studies (YES) Program
Josh Auld, Assistant Chair and Associate Professor of Biology
Michele Belliveau, Professor of Social Work
Sarah Freed, Associate Vice President of Admissions
Rommel Gaudalupe, Director of Data Management and Business Intelligence
Erran Robson, Assistant Registrar for Transfer Services
Joanne Sullivan, Associate Professor of Nutrition
Johny Tadros, Program Counselor, Psychology
Devan Zgleszewski, Director of New Student Programs
Danielle Zimmerman, Solutions Architect
Students who transfer often are unable to articulate all of their previously earned credits at their new institution. By some measures, students transferring from two-year schools to four-year schools lose 40% of their previously earned credits. Transfer is also an often-overlooked equity issue: students of color are often much less likely to successfully transfer credits. (Student Success Playbook, Rec. 11, EAB)
- Courses in AA and AS academic maps at DCCC will transfer and apply to appropriate degrees at WCU without creating excess credit. Students who complete AA and AS degrees at DCCC on Moon Shot academic maps and transfer to participating four-year institutions will do so with junior-level status. For students in AAS programs, WCU will develop academic maps to fully maximize the transferability of courses.
- WCU will deploy the EAB Prospective Student Portal to ensure efficient articulation of earned credits and inform students of viable transfer pathways leading to timely completion and career opportunities.
- WCU will maintain and make available degree rules and equivalency tables in a manner that can be utilized by Navigate technology.