Advising Transfer Students Commission

About Us

With the increase in the transfer student population nationally, two and four-year institutions must develop strategies for effectively addressing the needs of these students. The members of the Advising Transfer Students (ATS) Commission are from all aspects of advising - from admissions professionals to faculty advisors to advising administrators. ATS is one of the newest commissions (established in 1998), and there are many opportunities to get involved and shape the direction of the commission for the future.

Members of ATS defined six action areas and encourage research, collaboration, sharing of '‘best practices,' presentations and advocacy for each of the action areas:

  • Transfer Credit Issues
  • Transfer Student Orientation/Transition Programs
  • Technological Resources
  • Transfer Student Groups with Special Needs
  • Assessment of Transfer Student Issues
  • Discipline-based Transfer Student Advising
Commission members conduct roundtable discussions at regional meetings to spark discussions of issues specific to their regions.

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Current Chair

Amber Kargol
Iowa State University

News & Updates

Join us at our meeting at Annual Conference!

When: Saturday, October 14, 2017 from 8:00-9:00am

Where: Room 263

Check Out

The Advising Transfer Students Commission sponsored Monograph Advising Transfer Students: Strategies for Today's Realities, 2nd ed.

Swirling to a Degree: The Ups and Downs of College Transfer featuring the Advising Transfer Students Commission

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