An Articulation Agreement is a formal agreement between two or more educational institutions that allows the receiving institution to accept student credits in transfer toward a specific academic program. In their most basic form Articulation Agreements allow students to transfer general education credits seamlessly from one institution to another in a pre-arranged approved sequence.
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Articulation Agreements can be a great way to attract new students to your program from our two-year college partners, both in-state and out of state. You can browse existing WSU Articulation Agreements at the Minnesota Transfer website. To establish a new or renew an existing agreement, please use the approved MnSCU form provided by MNSCU. Please follow the detailed steps outlined in the instructions. Below is an overview of the establishment of an Articulation Agreement.
Articulation agreements are only active through their expiration date. Please notify Carol Ziehlsdorf or Sarah Curtin if the terms of an articulation agreement change, i.e. degree requirements/course content changes. Any changes need to be communicated immediately so they can be communicated to the participating institution.
If you are a student looking to transfer and would like to know if your school or program is part of an Articulation Agreement with Winona State University you can explore Winona State’s Articulation Agreements on the Minnesota Transfer website or you can contact our admissions department.
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