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Published September 18, 2023
Representatives of the University of Wyoming and the state’s community colleges will meet at UW Friday, Oct. 6, for their annual gathering aimed at easing the process for transfer students.
The daylong Wyoming Articulation Summit will take place starting at 9 a.m. in the Wyoming Union Yellowstone Ballroom.
The event is for individual UW and community college academic programs, as well as advisers and others, to build partnerships to serve students through credit transfer agreements called articulations.
“This event is designed for conversations and networking between institutions to discuss opportunities to align efforts in transferability, learning objectives and needs of the state,” says Wendi Vanlandingham, UW’s director of transfer relations. “While conversations of block articulation, course-to-course articulation or program articulation are natural elements of these conversations, the focus of the summit is on the empirical needs and aspirations of improving student progress toward degrees and attainment of bachelor’s degrees.”
Among the speakers scheduled for the summit are UW President Ed Seidel and Wyoming Community College Commission Executive Director Sandy Caldwell.
More information about the event is available at www.uwyo.edu/transfer/events-happenings/articulation_summit/2023articulation_summit.html.