Discipline specific Articulation Task Forces (ATFs) consist of faculty members appointed by their institutions to represent both the institution and their specific academic area(s). Discipline specific ATFs serve as a forum for public community colleges and universities to cooperatively exchange articulation information in a timely manner in order to actively participate in the implementation of the Arizona Transfer System.

How Discipline Specific ATFs Work

Discipline specific ATFs meet annually to discuss transfer, curriculum, and articulation issues. Additionally, ATFs focus on planning for the future, ensuring student success, sharing developments, collaborating on partnership programs, and designing innovative programs for Arizona constituents.

Each institution/district with courses and/or programs that transfer into the corresponding baccalaureate degree(s) designates a Lead Member with voting privileges for that ATF. Other membership categories include Member, Liaison, and Alternate.


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