This article was co-written by Sarah Hatfield, Business/Systems Analyst at University of Minnesota Duluth, and John Panzica from CollegeSource. Institutions have made great strides over the years in supporting transfer Continue reading
Check out our recap of how we kicked off 2019 at conferences across the U.S.
Beginning November 15th, TES Administrators can take advantage of the enhanced equivalency export that allows Admins to select up to three sets of institutional identifiers to be included in the equivalency export file.
You asked, we listened. • Users would ask us, “Will you ever have a way that we can add courses to TES that we see on transcripts but that aren’t in the institution’s catalogs?” and “What if a catalog doesn’t exist for a school?” Well, now we have an answer with the new TES User-Added Send feature!
A Course List Report can serve a variety of purposes. It can work as a planning document for a new Transfer Articulation Agreement or to show a student how their specific transfer courses are being counted.
Do you know about the Equivalency Batch Editor feature in TES? If you are storing your equivalencies in TES, you can edit a collection of them all in one step using the Equivalency Batch Editor feature. The Batch Editor feature can be valuable, however, even if you don’t want to edit the selected equivalencies!
The Popular Courses report can be used to maximize your evaluation efforts for a specific feeder school and get to the top of searches for transfer matches by students from that school!
Would you like prospective transfer students to see the requirements for programs that they are interested in at your institution? Would you like to be able to link to those requirements right from Transferology™? This feature has always been available to every school, but now it just got way easier to manage using the new Manage Programs feature in Transferology™ Lab! Check out this discussion of the new feature and learn how you can add a static list of programs or a list of programs with links to the requirements on your website.
This year the Tech and Transfer conference continued with the “hot” topics of the last few years – namely reverse transfer and data-driven decision making tools.
The Transfer Specialist role includes several features that support an institution’s ability to enhance and refine their collection of equivalencies. One of the best of those tools is the Unknown Continue reading