ARTICULATION TASK FORCES
Articulation Task Forces (ATFs) are the heart of AZTransfer’s faculty-driven transfer model. Each fall, 1,390 faculty in 43 academic disciplines convene to evaluate course transferability and discuss curricular alignment.
The AZTransfer Steering Committee is the coordinating body for the statewide articulation and transfer system (AZTransfer).
ATFs are composed of faculty in 43 academic disciplines who convene each fall to evaluate course transferability and discuss curricular alignment.
AZTransfer Facilitators have responsibilities at both the institutional and statewide level for managing the operational procedures of the Arizona Transfer System.
The Academic Advising ATF collaborates to ensure students are supported with the information, tools, and resources they need to seamlessly transfer to an Arizona public university.
& Records ATF
The Admissions & Records ATF discusses admission to AZTransfer institutions and specific programs as well as policies, processes, and procedures that support transfer and articulation in Arizona.
General Education ATF
The General Education Articulation Task Force (GEATF) coordinates content of Arizona General Education Curriculum (AGEC), reviews and makes recommendations for AGEC policies, and determines general education and student learning outcomes within the Arizona transfer system.