University Registrar

Articulation Agreements, Consortium Agreements, & Partnerships

Details of articulation agreements and consortiums at The Ohio State University:

 

  • The University Registrar's office has collected the following university agreements in a central repository to encourage accessibility of information and improve communication of such initiatives.

  • The purpose of articulation agreements are to provide cooperation for programmatic purposes, specifically providing program access through the ability to provide transferability of students from one institution to another.

  • The purpose of consortium agreements is an agreement between eligible schools which enables students to attend classes at another college or university using various types of aid award by The Ohio State University.

  • To provide updates to agreements specific to your college / unit, please contact Justin Weimer at weimer.58@osu.edu.

  • If you are unsure if your agreement should be listed below, please contact Jack Miner at miner.10@osu.edu.

  • To submit a new agreement to be posted to this website, please submit this survey and provide the required information.


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Advanced Placement
Website: https://www.ohiohighered.org/transfer/ap   Email: ESUE-Testing@osu.edu  
Description: Legislation passed in 2007 and took effect in the fall of 2009 guarantees college credit for any of the 36 Advanced Placement tests currently available from the College Board. Any Ohio student attending an Ohio public institution of higher education who scores a '3' or higher on an AP test will receive this credit, which will usually count towards the general education curriculum, and in many instances the Ohio Transfer Module (OTM) credit or even a Transfer Assurance Guide (TAG) credit.
 
 
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Big Ten Academic Alliance (formerly known as CIC)
Website: https://www.btaa.org/home   Email: info@btaa.org
Description: The Big Ten Academic Alliance is the nation’s preeminent model for effective collaboration among research universities. For more than half a century, these world-class institutions have advanced their academic missions, generated unique opportunities for students and faculty, and served the common good by sharing expertise, leveraging campus resources, and collaborating on innovative programs.
 
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Career-Technical Credit Transfer
Website: https://www.ohiohighered.org/transfer/ct2   Email: ESUE-StateCommunications@osu.edu  
Description: Legislation directs the Ohio Department of Higher Education to work collaboratively with the Ohio Department of Education, public adult and secondary career-technical education, and public institutions of higher education in Ohio to establish criteria, policies, and procedures to transfer agree-upon technical courses from one system to another.
 
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Higher Education Council of Columbus (HECC)
Website: https://registrar.osu.edu/hecc/heccmain.asp Contact: Jared Morosco Email: morosco.5@osu.edu  
Description: The Higher Education Council of Columbus (HECC) is an association of eleven colleges and universities located in the greater Columbus metropolitan area. As a service to students at the participating institutions, the Council approved a cross-registration program for regularly enrolled undergraduate, full-time students only (registered for 12 or more credit hours).
 
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Military Credit and MTAGs*
Website: https://www.ohiohighered.org/transfer/military   Email: ESUE-StateCommunications@osu.edu  
Description: Students who have served in the armed forces or national guard may have their training and coursework translated to college credit. All training, experience, and coursework must first be recognized by the American Council on Education (ACE) or a regional accrediting body, such as the Higher Learning Commission (HLC), in order to be eligible to earn college credit.
*Description of MTAGs: Military Transfer Assurance Guides (MTAGs) provide a statewide guarantee that certain types of military training, experience, and/or coursework align to existing college and university courses and will be awarded appropriate credit.
 
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Ohio Articulation and Transfer Policy
Website: https://www.ohiohighered.org/transfer/policy      
Description: Ohio’s Articulation and Transfer Policy applies to college course credits, documented learning specified within the Policy, and related articulation and transfer matters for all undergraduate and other students who seek admission to an Ohio public institution of higher education and desire to: 1) transfer college credit among Ohio public institutions of higher education or 2) articulate secondary, postsecondary, and other prior learning experiences as college credit to public institutions of higher education as specifically approved in the policy.
 
Ohio Transfer Module
Website: https://www.ohiohighered.org/transfer/transfermodule   Email: ESUE-StateCommunications@osu.edu  
Description: The Ohio Transfer Module (OTM), which is a subset or the complete set of a public college's or university's general education requirement that represents a common body of knowledge and academic skills, is comprised of 36-40 semester (54-60 quarter) hours of courses in the following fields: English composition and oral communication; mathematics, statistics and logic; arts and humanities; social and behavioral sciences; and natural sciences. Additional elective hours from among the five areas make up the total hours for a completed Ohio Transfer Module. Students are guaranteed the transfer of OTM credits among Ohio's public colleges and universities and equitable treatment in the application of credits to admissions and degree requirements.
 
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Pathway Agreements
Website: http://registrar.osu.edu/agreements/index.html      
Description: The Ohio State University has developed articulated program pathways with a number of Ohio community colleges and technical institutions. These pathways are designed to provide students the ability to transfer credits efficiently and seamlessly, to complete a bachelor's degree in an aligned discipline. For additional information, visit the website link.
 
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Transfer Assurance Guides
Website: https://www.ohiohighered.org/transfer/tag   Email: ESUE-StateCommunications@osu.edu  
Description: The Transfer Assurance Guides (TAGs) are advising tools that include the Ohio Transfer Module, pre-major/beginning major courses called “TAG courses”, advising notes, and foreign language requirements, when applicable. All courses in TAGs are guaranteed to transfer and apply directly to the major requirements accordingly. In totality, the TAGs are guaranteed pathways for students and are very powerful advising tools for faculty and other advisors. TAG courses are developed, endorsed, and reviewed by faculty in the content areas.
 
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