The Articulation Officer initiates, develops, and manages the lower division major Preparation Course Articulation Agreements for all majors and represents the University statewide in matters of articulation. In addition, the incumbent develops and implements an effective system for communicating vital information to students, faculty, and counselors. The incumbent works closely with faculty and academic units to promote participation in cooperative intersegmental programs, develops major-to-major templates, and assists in developing SB 1440/Star Act Transfer Model Curriculum (TMC) agreements. The incumbent is designated by the Chancellor’s office to serve as the point of contact for Associate Degrees for Transfer and administrator for Transferology, and responsible for responding to and communicating other system wide initiatives. The incumbent acts as the liaison with home campus programs and other institutions and communicate changes and concerns regarding general education policy, curriculum, catalog/bulletin, and other academic policy formulation.