Articulation and Transfer Pathways Office
The Articulation and Transfer Pathways Office is Trent University's primary contact for academic partnerships responsible for facilitating the development of articulation agreements, transfer pathways and joint-program agreements with both domestic and international partners. Trent University has over 170 transfer agreements, as well as a number of joint-offerings, with postsecondary partners across the globe. The Articulation and Transfer Pathways Office is the university's primary liaison with the Ontario Council on Articulation and Transfer, engaging in research and other initiatives to enhance the transfer student experience.
The Articulation and Transfer Pathways Office provides the following services:
- Supporting the development of transfer pathways, articulation agreements, and joint-program agreements;
- Maintaining all transfer agreements to reflect degree requirement and partner program changes;
- Providing resources for transfer pathways and articulation agreements;
- Applying for funding for transfer-related projects and initiatives;
- Booking space for external partners to promote pathway opportunities.
Transfer Pathways and Articulation Agreements
Click the links below for more information about our current post-secondary partnerships:
Articulation and Transfer Pathways Team
Tawny Flude, B.A. (Hons), B.Ed, M.Ed
Team Lead, Coordinator, Articulation and Transfer Pathways
Tawny has had the opportunity to experience various postsecondary environments, completing a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in English Literature at Trent University, a Bachelor of Education at Ontario Tech University, and a Master of Education in Postsecondary Studies at Memorial University of Newfoundland. She has a passion for lifelong learning and believes that transfer should be as accessible as possible, regardless of a student’s path. Tawny’s time in the Articulation and Transfer Pathways department includes collaborating with partner institutions and academic departments to develop new and innovative pathways, developing resources, conducting research and participating in externally funded projects, and analyzing data to ensure pathways meet student needs and foster success. She is a member of ONCAT’s Heads of Transfer Advising and sits on multiple Program Advisory Committees at partner colleges.
Maryam McManus, B.A. (Hons)
Articulation and Transfer Pathways Assistant
Having experienced the transfer process firsthand, Maryam is passionate about reducing barriers for transfer students. Maryam completed her Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Psychology and Sociology at Trent University after transferring through the Durham College General Arts and Science University Transfer pathway. Currently, she is completing her Master of Education in Adult Learning and Global Change with the University of British Columbia. On a typical day in the Articulation and Transfer Pathways department, you will find Maryam collecting data, conducting research, and ensuring that all pathways and resources are current to set students up for success when they arrive at Trent. She is also a member of ONCAT’s Transfer Advisors Group and values opportunities to learn more about providing effective opportunities for transfer.
Internal & External Partner Inquiries
If you are a Trent academic department or postsecondary institutions interested in developing a pathway for incoming or outgoing students, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
External partners interested in booking space on one of our campuses to advertise pathway opportunities, please contact email@example.com.
Prospective students interested in transferring to Trent are encouraged to contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Transferring outside of an articulated pathway? Visit Trent's transfer credit database.