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In September 2011, San Antonio College and Sul Ross State University (SRSU) were awarded a Title V STEM grant, titled Adelante Tejas. A component of the grant included the development of an institutional articulation agreement that would facilitate the seamless transfer of students from SAC to SRSU and would include at least nine discipline-specific articulated agreements, sometimes called transfer guides.

Several instruments that would assist in the transfer process are being discussed to include in the articulation agreement. A consortium agreement would allow students to receive credit for hours enrolled at SAC to be included in their financial aid package from SRSU each semester they are co-enrolled. In addition, a joint admissions agreement would allow SAC students to receive academic and financial advising through web-conferencing from SRSU staff before officially accepted to SRSU.

In October 2012, SRSU faculty visited SAC faculty to further discuss articulation activities in various disciplines. A potential outcome of these activities include the opportunity for SAC students accepted to SRSU to complete a BS in Biology via distance learning, the articulation of sixteen lower-division geology hours transferrable to SRSU’s BS in Geology with Geographical Information Systems serving as a minor for both baccalaureates. A draft for a transfer guide in Mathematics has already been developed and forwarded for approval from SRSU.

The three mentioned discipline-specific articulation agreements and the institutional articulation agreement should be completed by Spring 2013. The final six agreements are expected to be completed by 2015.