The Joint Transfer Council (JTC) is a multi-sector standing committee that works to improve and advance student transfer in Washington.
Since 2003, the multi-sector Council has identified statewide transfer issues and recommended policy strategies for transfer of credit between institutions and sectors. JTC focuses primarily on the development of new transfer pathways, monitoring and updating existing transfer pathways and degrees, and establishing multi-sector transfer policy. The JTC also communicates state transfer policy to various audiences and stakeholders.
- Representatives from the six public four-year college and universities
- Representatives from the four-year private, nonprofit institutions
- Vice presidents of instruction or student services from eight community and technical colleges
- A representative from the Council of Presidents (COP)
- A representative from the Independent Colleges of Washington (ICW)
- A representative from the State Board for Community and Technical Colleges (SBCTC).
- The Joint Transfer Council convenes the workgroups that develop Major Related Program agreements.
JTC works on behalf of the institutions represented and in collaboration with the Intercollege Relations Commission (ICRC) and the Washington Student Achievement Council (WSAC).
The Council meets three times a year in the fall, spring and summer.
General Transfer Information
- What's In a Degree?
- Washington Transfer Terminology
- Joint Transfer brochure
- Organization and Agency Roles and Responsibilities
Washington Transfer Degrees
- Washington Transfer Degrees 101 Webinar
- Washington Transfer Degrees 101 Webinar Script
- Washington Transfer Degrees 101 Slides
Transfer Policies and Processes
- Intercollege Relations Commission (ICRC) Handbook
- Associate of Science Transfer (AS-T) Degree guidelines
- Major-Related Program (MRP) template
Last Modified: 4/7/21, 4:30 PM