Keep Calm and Transfer On: Pathways to Degree Completion

Wednesday, January 29, 2014
8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Capitol Plaza Hotel, 415 W. McCarty St., Jefferson City, Missouri

2014 Conference Program


Conference Presentations

Keynote Address: The Business Imperative of Increased College Attainment

Session One

Reverse Transfer-the Missouri Way

Transfer of Introductory STEM Courses

Dual Enrollment Strategies- "The Best of"


Session Two

Taking Steps toward Implementing Best Practices in Remedial Education

Demystifying Military Transfer Credit: Roundtable Discussion

NACEP Accreditation: Advancing Quality College Courses in High School and Improving Credit Transfer


Special Workshop: The Five Stages of Missouri Reverse Transfer


Session Three

Missouri Core Transfer Library: Collaboration toward a Common Goal

Importing Transfer Equivalencies: How to Maximize your Efficiency

Reverse Transfer Data Exchange: A Registrar and National Student Clearinghouse Proposal


Previous COTA Conferences

2013 COTA Conference, at the Courtyard Marriott, Columbia Missouri


2013 Conference Program

Conference Presentations!!!!

Keynote Address: Something Better than in the Middle: HB 1042, the Common Core, and Increased Educational Attainment in Missouri

Session One

Developmental Education Panel

How TES College Source Saved Columbia College Evaluators from Mental Disintegration

Recruitment, Retention and Relationship Building Using Transfer Guides

Session Two

Missouri Learning Commons: Statewide Course Redesign Initiative

Bridging the Gap between Community College and Baccalaureate Degrees in STEM

Transfer Credit Reevaluation Simplified

Session Three

A+ Program

DeVry Experience with Project Win-Win

Transfer Student Orientation

2012 Conference

Conference Program

Conference Presentations


2011 Conference Information

Thank you to everyone who joined us for the 2011 Missouri Transfer Conference, centered on the theme "Transfer Horizons: Missouri's Vision for Transfer Success." The agenda for this conference is listed below. For additional details on the sessions please view the session abstracts.

Conference Presentations

2011 Conference Report