The Passport State Facilitators serve as the point of contact for all faculty and stakeholders in each passport state, and are responsible for convening and facilitating conversations within and across institutions. They are integral in assembling faculty to serve on the Passport Learning Outcomes and Criteria and Assessment Teams, and they oversee requests for feedback from institutions and other stakeholders. The PSFs facilitate data collection for the project, document and report activities in the states, and will be part of the culminating project activity, the Passport Agreement.
Interstate Passport is a program that facilitates block transfer of lower-division general education based on learning outcomes and proficiency criteria. Its overarching goal is simple - to eliminate unnecessary repetition of academic work after students transfer. Designed to improve graduation rates, shorten time to degree, and save students money, the program can also strengthen existing articulation agreements and support institutions' continuous improvement efforts. All Interstate Passport's components have been designed by faculty, registrars, institutional researchers, and academic advisors. To learn more about Interstate Passport, please follow the links on the menu at left. Please feel free to contact us; we look forward to hearing from you!