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The Importance of 2/4 Transfer
 
The Different Dimensions of Transfer
 
The Accountability Problem and Transfer “Rates”
 
Research on State Policy and Transfer
 
Six-State Focus
 
    Arkansas
 
    Florida
 
    New Mexico
 
    New York
 
    North Carolina
 
    Texas
 
Lessons Learned about State Transfer Policy
 
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STATE RESOURCES


Arkansas
Arkansas Department of Higher Education. n.d. Retention and Cumulative Graduation Rates of First-Time Freshmen at Arkansas Public Institutions after Five Years, Fall 1992–1999 Entering Cohorts.
———. 1994. Articulation Agreement, Adopted October 1994.
———. 2001. Annual Report on First-Year Student Remediation.
———. 2001. Student Assistance Grant Program.

Florida
Florida Board of Education, Center for Policy Research and Improvement. n.d. “Postsecondary Progression of 1993–94 Florida Public High School Graduates.” Digital. <http://cepri.state.fl.us/>

Florida Board of Education, Division of Community Colleges. 2001. “Increasing Access to Baccalaureate Programs through Concurrent Use Programs” (August).

State of Florida Sunshine Web. n.d. Senate Approved Agency Performance Measures and Standards for Fiscal 2000–2001.
———. 2001 “Florida Community College System Academic Planning Mechanisms.” (September)

New Mexico
New Mexico Commission on Higher Education. n.d. “Course Transfer Guide.” Digital.
<http://nmche.org>
———. 1998. “Student Transfer Between New Mexico’s Postsecondary Institutions.” (Spring) Digital. <http://nmche.org>
———. 2001. Overview of Student Transfer Guides.
———. 2001. “Student Transfer Between New Mexico’s Postsecondary Institutions.”

New York
City University of New York. 2001.“2001–2002 Transfer Admissions Guide.” Digital.
<http://www.cuny.edu/admission/transfer/financial.html>
———. 2001. “Proficiency Examination Information for Students 2001.” Digital. <http://www.cuny.edu/cpe/overview>
———. 2001. “Admissions Criteria for Transfer Applicants, 2001.” New York State Education Department. n.d. “Distribution of New York State’s Public and Nonpublic High School Graduates by Post–High School Plans, 1969–70 to 1988–89.” Digital.
<http://www.highered.nysed.gov/oris/ICERATESsummary6999.htm>
———. 2001. “New York State Summary of Degree-Credit Enrollment by Sector and Level, Fall 1998–2001.”
———. 2002. Office of Research and Information Systems. Unpublished special report on transfer students (February).

New York State Higher Education Services Corporation. 2000. “Financial Aid Programs for New York State Students.” Annual Report. Digital.
<http://www.hesc.state.ny.us/OnlineDoc/AnnualReport2000>
State University of New York. n.d. Trends in Percent Distribution of Full-Time Undergraduate Credit Course Transfer Students at Senior Institutions, SUNY, Fall 1991 through Fall 2000.
———. n.d. “Student Transfer Policy Manual.” Digital.
<http://www.internal.suny.edu/policymanual/095>
———. 2000. “Campus Plans and Mission Statements, 2000. Digital.
<http://www.sysadm.suny.edu/provost/missionreview/mou/>

North Carolina
University of North Carolina. n.d. “Comprehensive Articulation Agreement, North Carolina Transfer Guide for Students, Curriculum Standards, and Course Guide for Transferability of Courses, UNC-GA.” Digital.
<http://www.ga.unc.edu/student_info/caa/>
———. 2000. “Undergraduate Transfer Students: from Senior Institutions to Two-Year Colleges; From Senior Institutions to Two-Year Institutions; From Two-Year Institutions to Senior Institutions; From Two-Year Institutions to Two-Year Institutions.” (Fall). Digital.
<http://www.ga.unc.edu/student_info/tsp/tsp.html>
———. 2000. “Number of Transfer Applications, Admissions and Enrollees in University of North Carolina Institutions.” (Fall).
<http://www.ga.unc.edu/student_info/tsp/tsp.html>
———. 2001. “Retention, Graduation and Persistence Rates of Associate Degree Transfers from NC Community College System to UNC Campuses Versus Comparable Rates for UNC Rising Juniors, by Campus, for Three Cohort Years.”

Texas
Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board. n.d. “First-Time-in-College Six-Year Cohort Tracking Analysis for TAMU, Texas State, IT System, UH System, and Other Public Universities.”
———. n.d. “Rules for Core Curriculum, Field of Study, and Transfer of Credit.” Digital.
<http://www.thecb.state.tx.us/ctc>
———. n.d. “Enrollment in Texas Colleges and Universities to 2015.”
———. 2001. “Student Migration Report.”
———. 2001. “Baccalaureate Graduation Rates, Texas Public Colleges and Universities.”
———. 2001. “Transfer Issues Advisory Committee Report: Identifying and Closing the Gaps.” (June).
Texas Public Community and Technical Colleges. 2000. “Cohort Progression Analysis of Fall 1993 First-Time-in College Students by Type of Major.” 2000 Factbook.

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