Transfer & Articulation Council

To facilitate transfer and articulation across the system of public higher education, the Kansas Board of Regents established a Transfer and Articulation Council (TAAC) with oversight responsibility of implementing the transfer and articulation policy.

Resources and Reports

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Revise/Add to Existing System Wide Transfer (SWT) Course (pdf)

A form to revise/add to existing SWT courses currently offered by your institution.

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Revisions to Transfer KS Portal March 2020 to Present (.xlsx)

A spreadsheet to show recent revisions and additions to currently offered SWT courses.

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Application to Offer a NEW System Wide Transfer (SWT) Course (pdf)

A form to offer SWT courses not previously offered by your institution.

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New SWT Courses Added to Transfer KS Portal March 2020 to Present (.xlsx)

A spreadsheet to show recent, new SWT course additions.

2017 TAAC Quality Report Final Page 01


2019 TAAC Quality Subcommittee Report (pdf)

A report of common data on transfer student success and completion compiled as one measure of system effectiveness. Past reports are available here.

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TAAC Operating Procedures (pdf)

Outlines the Mission, Charge, Authority, Membership Structure, Appeals Process, responsibilities and outcomes for KCOG meetings, along with the schedule and timeline for the Kansas Board of Regents Transfer and Articulation Council.


Kansas System Wide Transfer (SWT) Appeal Process for Institutions (pdf)

A system wide appeal process to ensure equitable resolution of disagreements regarding the transfer of an approved course between institutions.

TAAC Communication Plan

TAAC Communication Plan for System Wide Transfer (SWT) Courses (pdf)

This document contains agreed upon language to be used online and in digital and print communication.


Selection and Approval Process for System Wide Transfer (SWT) Courses (pdf)

This document explains the selection criteria and approval process for SWT courses.


Jennifer Ball
Washburn University 
Louise Benjamin
Kansas State University
Peter Chung
Pittsburg State University
Shelly Gehrke
Emporia State University
 Pam Doyle
Wichita State University Campus of
Applied Sciences and Technology
Brad DeMers
FHSU Student Body President
Linnea Glenmaye
Wichita State University
Jane Holwerda
Dodge City Community College
Jim Hawley
Salina Area Technical College
Craig Karlin
Fort Hays State University
Eric Ketchum
Highland Community College
Tiffany Bohm
Kansas City Kansas Community College
Jon Marshall
Allen Community College
Anne Phillips
Kansas State University
Tricia Paramore
Hutchinson Community College
Sarah Robb
Neosho County Community College
Ryan Ruda
Garden City Community College
Melinda Roelfs
Pittsburg State University
Phil Speary
Butler Community College
Casey Fraites-Chapes
University of Kansas
Mike Williams
University of Kansas