Transfer and Articulation

One of the highest priorities for colleges in the Tennessee Board of Regents System (TBR) is to assure the seamless transfer of courses among institutions. An effective transfer process is essential for TBR institutions, especially to accommodate the movement of students from the thirteen two-year institutions to universities. Numerous avenues of transfer are available to students attending TBR institutions, including the Tennessee Transfer Pathways; block transfer of general education courses completed in particular subject areas, for example, completion of eight semester hours of approved courses in natural science; course equivalency agreements for the transfer of specific courses; and articulation agreements for the transfer of programs.