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July 27, 2022

 

University of Phoenix has announced that Marc Booker, Ph.D., vice provost of Strategy, has developed a foundational online course focused on transfer credit and articulation for the American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers (AACRAO). Launched in April 2022, the course, titled “Transfer Articulation 101,” is aimed at individuals who are new to the transfer and articulation field and is available to the higher education community as well as members of AACRAO.

The Transfer Articulation 101 Online Course

The newly launched Transfer Articulation 101 course provides a basic overview of transfer credit and both explores and promotes discussion on relevant trending issues that institutions currently face. Although transfer and articulation processes vary depending on the institution, the overview that this course provides enables a thorough understanding of transfer and articulation requirements.

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The course examines a variety of topics such as understanding the general guidelines and principles for transfer credit, building effective articulation partnerships, and handling credit for prior learning. Individuals who complete all course modules and who pass the final assessment are eligible for a badge that demonstrates their comprehension.

John Woods, Ph.D., provost and chief academic officer, has remarked on Booker’s contributions to University of Phoenix, noting that his skill set makes him a natural fit to have developed the new Transfer Articulation 101 online course. Woods touched upon how University of Phoenix had to adapt its transfer policy to accommodate inclusive requirements following the impact of the pandemic and with increasing student mobility. Booker’s experience contributed to informing how the University adapted its transfer process and policy.

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American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers

A nonprofit and voluntary association, AACRAO is made up of more than 11,000 higher education professionals who represent approximately 2,600 institutions in 40 countries. The association provides professional development, guidelines and voluntary standards to help its members achieve professional development, especially in areas involving the best practices in records management, admissions, enrollment management, administrative information technology and student services.

AACRAO represents institutions in each segment of the higher education community including large public institutions as well as small, private liberal arts colleges. The association works to promote the well-being and advancement of professionals in the higher education community by engaging members in the collaborative pursuit of excellence in admissions, registration and enrollment services. AACRAO offers relevant programs, professional development tools and information resources for students to navigate the course of professional success.

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Dr. Marc Booker’s Commitment to the Higher Education Community

Booker joined University of Phoenix in 2001 and has been continuously active in the higher education community. He served as the President of the Pacific Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers in 2016 and is currently a faculty member of the Association’s Leadership Development Institute.

Since 2009, Booker has regularly featured as a speaker, contributor and subject matter expert at national and regional conferences. At these conferences, he delivers insights into a range of topics including leadership, process improvement, change management, prior learning assessment, transfer credit and articulation.

In addition to this extensive experience, Booker has contributed to several publications as a co-author for AACRAO’s Guide to Best Practices including “Articulation Agreements” in 2019. He also wrote a chapter on international admissions for the AACRAO International Guide in 2016. He was a consultant and named contributor to the 2014 Transferability of Postsecondary Credit Following Student Transfer or Co-Enrollment study. The National Center for Education Statistics in the U.S. Department of Education published this study. In 2020, he received a Hall of Fame recognition from Blackboard for his work in providing thought leadership and innovation in education.

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Educating a New Generation of Transfer Articulation Students

Having contributed his knowledge to University of Phoenix for over two decades, Booker has leveraged his experience in the higher education community to establish the new Transfer Articulation 101 course for AACRAO and educate a new generation of individuals who are seeking to successfully learn about the transfer and articulation field.

About University of Phoenix

University of Phoenix is dedicated to advancing the educational goals of adult and nontraditional learners and to supporting students as they navigate the career options and degree programs that are suited to their interests. The University’s degree programs are aligned with a number of in-demand career paths including roles in cybersecurity, nursing and business, and they provide flexible start dates, online classes and numerous scholarship opportunities to make it possible for anyone to earn the degree they need to secure and then thrive in their chosen career.

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In addition, University of Phoenix’s Career Services for Life® commitment to active students and graduates offers the resources required to be preprated when entering the workforce at no additional cost. These services include career guidance, resume and interview support and education and networking opportunities. For more information, visit www.phoenix.edu.

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