Exploring Stranded Credit in the BC Transfer System

Stranded credit is credit that students have earned at a post-secondary institution, but cannot use or transfer because they have unpaid debts at the institution. Institutions will usually not issue […]

Reverse Transfer

Reverse transfer has been part of the United States post-secondary landscape for more than a decade, in the form of statewide, system-wide, regional, and institutional transfer agreements. Reverse transfer agreements, […]

Covid-19 and Transfer

In March 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic resulted in the physical closure of British Columbia’s post-secondary institutions. Courses and programs were moved entirely online, and students, faculty members, administrators and staff […]

Who Decides Transfer?

A Review of the Policies and Practices at BC Transfer System Member Institutions The purpose of this research was to examine transfer credit decision-making processes at BCTS member institutions, to […]

Articulation Committee Guide

The Articulation Committee Guide (2023 Edition) is a resource for articulation committees and participants in committees. The Guide includes a brief overview of the province’s articulation committees and their role […]

Moving Forward with Flexible Pre-Majors

This report explores how participants in the BC Transfer System can facilitate the effective functioning of the currently active flexible pre-major (FPM) agreements.