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Steps in Assessing an Articulation Request

The steps in the process of assessing an articulation request are outlined in the table below, and discussed in more detail in this resource.


Who (at the receiving institution)

To Do

Receiving the Request

Institutional Contact Person (ICP) or Transfer Credit Contact (TCC)

Receives request through BCCAT's Transfer Credit Evaluation System. Sends request to appropriate department for evaluation.

Assigning the Request

Departmental contact

Assigns articulation request to appropriate faculty member for evaluation.

Evaluating the Request

Qualified faculty member

Evaluates articulation request and course information. Assigns appropriate course equivalency and credits for transferred course. May also add conditions on transfer credit being granted. Evaluator or departmental contact returns completed articulation form to ICP or TCC.

Completing the Request

Institutional Contact Person (ICP) or Transfer Credit Contact (TCC)

Completes Transfer Credit Evaluation Form and submits to BCCAT. Monitors change reports from BCCAT to ensure that information is received and recorded accurately.



Publishes articulation agreement in the BC Transfer Guide.