The Transfer Council focuses on improving transfer and articulation to better serve Oregon students. Here you will find background information on the work of the Transfer Council and information on how to engage with the Council's work at public meetings.
Legislation in 2021 created the Transfer Council and charged it with developing recommendations to the Higher Education Coordinating Commission (HECC) on new transfer and credit policies and agreements, building on previous statewide work to streamline transfer pathways.
About the Transfer Council
The Transfer Council was created with the passage of
Senate Bill 233 in 2021. This legislation charged the Council with developing recommendations to the HECC related to transfer agreements (Major Transfer Maps), Common Course Numbering, and other transfer and credit-related concerns.
Development of new Major Transfer Maps (MTMs): new major-specific agreements that prepare students for transfer into one of Oregon’s public universities in a particular major. Find information on implementing MTMs, including approved MTMs, and information guiding future work. Engage on the development of new MTMs by attending public meetings of the Transfer Council and the MTM Subcommittees.
Development of Common Course Numbering (CCN): alignment of commonly taken courses across the public institutions in order to help students receive transfer credit for these courses. Find information on implementing CCN, including approved coursework and information guiding future work. Engage in the expansion of CCN by attending public meetings of the Transfer Council and the CCN Subcommittees.
The Transfer Council meetings are open to the public. Public testimony is welcomed at all public meetings of the HECC, the Transfer Council, and its subcommittees. You can also stay informed by subscribing to our newsletter.
Public Meeting Materials
Upcoming and past public meeting materials are listed below.
Public Comment and Accomodations Guidance
- Contact the meeting administrator: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Provide public comment: To sign up for public comment, submit written comment, or ask questions about the meeting, email the meeting administrator. All written comments received become part of the public record and will be shared publicly in meeting materials.
- Request accommodations: The HECC is committed to accessible services for all. Please send requests for alternative formats or accommodations for individuals with disabilities to the meeting administrator at least 72 hours in advance if possible.
- For information on past public meeting materials prior to 2023, contact us at email@example.com.