Interstate Passport: Streamlining Transfer for Increased Student Success
Reserve your spot and join us. Seats are limited, so please register before February 21, 2020. 
We're thankful for your interest and support!
Thursday, February 27, 2020
Noon - 1 pm (Pacific Time)
Presenters: 
Anna Galas, Director, Academic Leadership Initiatives, Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education
Dan Kline, Professor of English, Director of General Education, University of Alaska Anchorage
Sherry Simkins, Division Chair, Communication and Fine Arts, North Idaho College
Michael Torrens, Director of Analysis, Assessment and Accreditation, Utah State University
This webinar will introduce a participants to Interstate Passport┬«, a growing national program that facilitates block transfer of completed lower-division general education attainment based on student learning outcomes rather than on specific courses and credits. Students who transfer with a Passport to another member institution are recognized as having completed all lower-division general education requirements prior to transfer, regardless of course titles and number of credits. Presenters will speak to why Interstate Passport is needed, how it works, the benefits for students, faculty and institutions working toward student success based on their own institutional experiences, and provide the latest data on students who transfer have earned a Passport.
The webinar will be broadcast using WebEx.  An invitation to the session and instructions for accessing the webinar will be sent to the email address provided on this form.