West Texas A&M University

Articulation Agreement
Dallas County Community College District and
West Texas A&M University


Dallas County Community College District and West Texas A&M University hereby enter into the following agreement governing the matriculation of Dallas County Community College District students to West Texas A&M University. This contract shall commence on June 19, 2006, and shall continue until such time as either or both institutions wish to terminate it. This agreement sets forth the terms and conditions of students’ transfer from Dallas County Community College District (DCCCD) (including all of the following DCCCD campuses: Brookhaven, Cedar Valley, Eastfield, El Centro, Mountain View, North Lake, and Richland) to West Texas A&M University (WTAMU).


In order to facilitate and improve the transfer process for our mutual students, DCCCD and WTAMU hereby enter into the following agreement:

DCCCD students who follow the recommended program of study – the common core and transfer curriculum, and who meet all other admissions requirements shall be eligible for admission to WTAMU. Transfer students must meet the same standards and criteria for admission to a major degree sequence as a native WTAMU student.

WTAMU and DCCCD will jointly develop Transfer Guides, Transfer Admission, and Course Equivalency Guides. By creating these guides WTAMU and DCCCD assure students that courses listed in these guides are freely transferable between WTAMU and DCCCD.

A student transferring to WTAMU under this agreement shall have acceptance of academic credit hours earned at DCCCD, with the following condition that the curricular and general conditions be met:

  1. Transfer students will receive academic credit for transferable college level courses only completed with a grade of "C" or better. Remedial and developmental courses will not be accepted in transfer.
  2. The student must have a cumulative G.P.A. of 2.0 for admission to WTAMU. (Some majors may require a higher G.P.A. for admission.)
  3. Students must earn 30 of the last 36 hours in residence at WTAMU.
  4. WTAMU shall accept a maximum of 66 credit hours will be accepted in transfer from DCCCD.

Note: Remedial/developmental or technical/vocational courses will not be included for transfer in this General Articulation Agreement from DCCCD colleges unless specified by individual colleges in a Program-to-Program Articulation Agreement.


This agreement shall be reviewed on an annual basis or any time program changes are to be made by either institution. Any program changes will be identified and incorporated into subsequent agreements. The DCCCD Chancellor and the WTAMU President, or their designees must approve amendments to this agreement. Any other modifications to this agreement may be made following written notice from the DCCCD Chancellor and the WTAMU President, or their designees. Once this agreement is signed by the appropriate officials at DCCCD and WTAMU, each is free to publicize this arrangement in a manner consistent with the agreement. This articulation agreement shall remain in effect until one or both institutions deem it necessary to terminate it.

By signing each party recognizes the commitment to exchange only the most current and accurate information. This agreement may be terminated by either party by giving written notice of said party’s intention to the Chancellor of the DCCCD or his designee and the WTAMU President, or his designee.

This agreement shall be in effect beginning June 19, 2006.


All notices, demands, requests, and other communication required shall be in writing and shall be deemed to have been given when personally delivered or mailed to:

Gregg Williams
District Director of Transfer Services/Articulation and University Relations
1601 South Lamar St
Dallas, TX 75215

The parties have executed this agreement in duplicate originals. An original, signed copy of this agreement will be maintained by each of the signatories.

Dallas County Community College District

Dr. Wright L. Lassiter, Jr.

West Texas A&M University

Dr. Brian R. Chapman
Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs

See attached list of transferable courses.

Updated 3/29/12