Interstate Passport®  Briefing 

Interstate Passport hosts successful train-the-trainer workshop for academic advisors

Academic Advisors at Train the Trainer Workshop

Academic Advisors, who play an active role in serving students at member and prospective member institutions in the Interstate Passport Network, convened September 18-19 in Boulder, CO. The purpose of this workshop was for attendees to learn about the current status of Interstate Passport and how the program assists students through the transfer process.

Over 11,000 students earn Passports in recent academic year

In its second academic year (2017-18) of implementation, 11,034 students were awarded Passports based on data submitted by 14 participating institutions to the National Student Clearinghouse. Additional institutions are still expected to report.  For now, this brings the total number of Passports officially awarded to 23,631 after two years of full implementation.


College of the Siskiyous joins Interstate Passport Network!

College of the Siskiyous

The Interstate Passport Network is pleased to welcome College of the Siskiyous as its newest member. College of Siskiyous is a community college located at the base of Mount Shasta in the northern California town of Weed and has an enrollment of over 5,000 students. It is the second member institution from the state of California. Superintendent/President of the College of the Siskiyous Dr.

Meet Utah State University’s program coordinator for its Veterans Resource Office

Tony Flores, Utah State University Veterans Resource Office Program Coordinator

Tony Flores is the program coordinator of Utah State University Veterans Resource Office and a member of Interstate Passport’s Military and Veterans Affairs Committee which focuses on the benefits of Interstate Passport for transfer students, especially active military personnel, veterans, and their families--a highly mobile population that often must transfer.  In his position, Flores is all too familiar with the story of a veteran student who has had to repeat courses and/or lost credits while transferring, ultimately costing the student more time and money.  “Earning a Passpo

Interstate Passport hosts successful workshop for military and veteran affairs advisors

Military and Veteran Affairs Advisors workshop attendees

Campus representatives, who play a vital role in serving active military and veteran students at member and prospective member institutions in the Interstate Passport Network, convened July 17-18 at WICHE in Boulder, CO, to discover how earning a Passport could help students from these mobile populations.