BCCAT Updates for our Partners
October 2018

BCCAT Research 

Learning about Access and Mobility
in the BC Transfer System

BCCAT research examines key questions about student access, mobility, and success. These projects inform BCCAT and our post-secondary partners on the development of policies and processes, strengthening support for students as they move towards their educational goals. Our projects are identified through outreach to, and feedback from BC Transfer System partners and the broader post-secondary community. The 2018-19 Research Plan outlines current research and potential projects being considered for future years. Click here to view this year's research plan.


Implementing and Communicating Block Transfer Agreements at BC Transfer System Institutions

Deadline for Submissions: November 9, 2018
Click here for details.

Underrepresented Students

New BCCAT Research Report

BCCAT's latest research report explores policies and practices of admitting underrepresented (equity) groups of students at the BC Transfer System institutions. The report also highlights the sources and the availability of quantitative data on these student groups. Read more.
2018 JAM: Save the Date!
The 2018 Joint Annual Meeting (JAM) will be held on Friday, November 16th at the Pinnacle Hotel Harbourfront, Vancouver. This year's theme will be "Diversity and Flexibility in the BC Transfer System". Click here for details, including a look at the draft program and information on how to register.

How to Articulate: New Edition!

The How to Articulate handbook has been updated, and the new edition is now available. The revised handbook now incorporates the content previously provided in the "Sender's" and "Receiver's" guides. The handbook is designed to be a resource for institutions, departments, faculty members, and articulation committees who are involved in articulating courses and programs for transfer credit within the BC Transfer System. The content is based on best practices observed and recorded by BCCAT over many years of coordinating and administering articulation and transfer activities.


Improving Access for BC's Diverse Post-Secondary Learners

BCCAT works together with post-secondary partners to improve access to pathways, enabling diverse learners to advance towards their educational goals. BCCAT's 2018-19 Annual Review presents highlights on recent projects and activities undertaken by the Council in support of these objectives.

Check out the report and related infographic here. 

Introducing... New Council Members

We are delighted to introduce the following new members to the Council:
DORYS CRESPIN-MUELLER, Executive Director,
Integrated Planning & Effectiveness, Thompson Rivers University
GERDA KRAUSE, Dean, Faculty of Science, Langara College
BRENDA LOUIE, Vice-Principal, Columbia College
ASHLEY MILLAR, Transfer Student (Langara College - Simon Fraser University)
DIANE NAUGLER, Dean, Business and Applied Studies, North Island College
STEVE ROE, Dean of Academic & Professional Programs, Northern Lights College
For more information about the Council, click here.

ABOVE PHOTO (left to right): Diane Naugler,  Steve Roe, Brenda Louie,
Gerda Krause, and Dorys Crespin-Mueller, (Not pictured: Ashley Millar)

Thanks from all of us at BCCAT!

We at BCCAT wish to extend our thanks to all of our post-secondary partners who work in support of transfer and mobility for BC students. The BC Transfer System continues to thrive through the ongoing, extensive collaboration of faculty and staff at member institutions. Read more about the BC Transfer System.

Welcome Back Fiona!

Fiona McQuarrie has returned to BCCAT (on secondment from the University of the Fraser Valley) to lead and support a variety of projects. She has contributed on a number of key BCCAT projects over the years, having been seconded to BCCAT from 2011-2014. We're delighted to welcome Fiona back to the BCCAT staff team!

Welcome Adam and Adina!

We are also pleased to introduce two new members to the BCCAT office:
  • Adam Bielka, Research and Policy Assistant (above left)
    Adam is a Co-op student, currently enrolled in the UBC Master of Library Science program. He is supporting a wide variety of current projects and activities. He holds an MA in History, and enjoys writing observational poetry.
  • Adina Dropol, Office Coordinator (above right)
    Adina will be responsible for expense claim reimbursements, financial processes, general office administration, scheduling, and first point of contact for transfer-related queries. She has an M.A in French (Translation and Literature) from McMaster University. Adina previously worked at UBC and Kwantlen in a variety of different roles. She is also a freelance translator.
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