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 […]
A framework to guide the collection and use of student data on race, ethnicity, and ancestry to support equity, diversity, and inclusion in BC public post-secondary institutions.
Dual credit in BC occurs when credit is granted at both a secondary school and post-secondary institution for completion of a course (FitzGibbon, 2015). With its focus on academic dual […]
This Annual Review looks at how BCCAT enables connections between BC post-secondary institutions and all of our transfer partners, as we work together to support student access, mobility, and success.
BC’s post-secondary community faced remarkable challenges this past year, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This Annual Review provides an overview of the ways BCCAT has been working to strengthen connections […]
Pathway-transfer students are a seldom-studied subset of students in the BC Transfer System. This study assessed the number of credits completed by pathway-transfer and direct-entry students in Business, Engineering, Nursing, […]
The goal of this study was to explore current practices that help support and enhance Indigenous students’ experiences in post-secondary education. Through the use of Indigenous ways of knowing and […]
Students with lived experience in government care can face significant challenges in their lives and their educational journeys. In 2017, the BC government created the Provincial Tuition Waiver Program (PTWP) […]
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, […]
This is a report about the Tourism and Hospitality Management Diploma Learning Outcome Project from 2016 to 2018.