UH System Policies and Procedures
- Board of Regents Policies
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- + 4. Planning
- + 5. Academic Affairs
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UH‐Related Laws and Rules
- Hawaiʻi Revised Statutes (HRS) 304A
- Hawaiʻi Administrative Rules (HAR) Title 20
Executive Policy 5.209 Executive Policy 5.209
University of Hawai‘i System Student Transfer and Inter-Campus Articulation
Executive Policy Chapter 5, Academic Affairs
Executive Policy 5.209, University of Hawai‘i System Student Transfer and Inter-Campus Articulation
Effective Date: July 2020
Prior Dates Amended: August 2006, June 1998, July 1994, March 1989, July 2020
Responsible Office: Office of the Vice President for Academic Planning and Policy Governing Board of Regents Policy 5.214, Student and Credit Transfer within the University
Review Date: July 2025
The purpose of EP 5.209 is to carry out the intent of the Board of Regents’ policy to make the student transfer experience simple and predictable (Board of Regents Policy RP 5.214).
This policy provides the guidelines for transfer within the University of Hawai`i (UH) system, including (1) the principles and assumptions underlying the policy, (2) the transfer and applicability of academic credit, including acceptance of the UH Associate in Arts degree as fulfilling UH baccalaureate admission and general education core (foundations/diversification or basic/area) requirements, (3) the transfer of students, (4) articulation of courses and programs, (5) lead responsibilities, and (6) related policy issues.
Transfer – the process of moving academic credits from a program at one postsecondary institution to a program at another. Students may transfer vertically (two-year to four-year), horizontally (two- year to two-year, four-year to four-year) or in reverse (four-year to two-year).
Articulation – agreements that guide the transfer of students and typically address the transfer of credit, specific courses, packages of courses, and related academic requirements.
Selective Admissions Program – a selective admissions program is a program with program-specific admissions requirements and application (e.g., minimum number of earned credits, minimum class standing, completion of specific courses or tests, grade point ratio requirements, etc.).
Pinning – the process of creating a four-year degree pathway from a UH Community College to a four-year campus is called pinning, meaning that a student can “pin” (or indicate) their future four-year major, even while at a Community College
III. Executive Policy
IV. Delegation of Authority
The President delegates to the Vice President for Academic Planning and Policy and to the Chancellors/Provost who have responsibility for implementing this policy and fostering practices that facilitate informed course and students transfer between UH campuses.
V. Contact Information
Vice President for Academic Planning and Policy, 956-6897, email@example.com
Link to superseded policy: https://www.hawaii.edu/policy/archives/ep/
Regents Policy 5.214 Student and Credit Transfer within the University
VII. Exhibits and Appendices
No Exhibits and Appendices found
August 04, 2020
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