Below are resources to support institutions participating in the Michigan Transfer Network, Michigan Transfer Agreement and the MiTransfer Pathways. You may find additional helpful resources on the Frequently Asked Questions page.
Instructions and Training Videos
Secure access users can find information about how to login, add new users, recover a lost password, and update course equivalencies on the secure user dashboard under Manuals and Instructions. Additional instructions and videos are linked below.
Course Equivalency Matrices Instructional Video
MiTransfer Logo files [1.3 mb] (.zip file, requires an application to unzip the file. Includes JPGs, PNG and PDF formats)
MiTransfer Partner logo files (.zip file, requires an application to unzip the file.)
Screensavers: 3 themes available for 1920x1080, 1280x1024, 1024x768 sizes.
MTN Site Tour: This one-minute video provides a comprehensive overview of the new MTN.
MiTransfer Press Release: Institutions can customize this press release.
Social Media Resources: Use these images on social media channels.
Print Media: Marketing materials are available for participating institutions. These include a rack card, postcard, small poster, large poster, and business card. These can be downloaded for print or websites.
MTA Institutional Information
Each participating college and university maintains institution-specific information about the MTA. Find MTA information for each participating institution on the Michigan Transfer Agreement page.
The Michigan Association of Collegiate Registrars & Admissions Officers (MACRAO) organization provides supporting resources regarding the MTA, including the most recent guidelines for participating institutions, at https://www.macrao.org/michigan-transfer-agreement.
The MiTransfer Pathways agreements are multi-institutional articulation agreements that allow students to complete associate and bachelor's degrees at participating institutions across the state of Michigan. Information on the background of the MiTransfer project and materials from the MiTransfer Pathways meetings are on the Michigan Center for Student Success website. 59 institutions including 28 community colleges, 15 public universities, and 16 independent colleges and universities signed agreements in 10 program areas including Art, Biology, Business, Communication, Criminal Justice, Exercise Science, Mechanical Engineering, Psychology, Public Health, and Social Work.
Students: Information for students is available on the Transfer Your Associate Degree page for each pathway at each participating institution.
Faculty & Staff: Information for faculty and staff at participating colleges and universities participating in the MiTransfer Pathways can find the full agreements and helpful advising information on the MiTransfer Pathways for Faculty and Staff page.