The terms of Reference to guide the operations of articulation committees.
Only chairs and co-chairs of provincial articulation committees are eligible to claim their travel and accommodation expenses as long as they conform to BCCAT’s Expense Claim Guidelines. Due to budget […]
Procedures Regarding BCCAT Travel Claims BCCAT has a number of standing committees and hosts meetings where the travel costs of participants are borne by BCCAT. Outlined below are some […]
This is the Articulation Guide for English as an Additional Language (formerly English as a Second Language) Programs in the British Columbia Post-Secondary Transfer System.
This policy document outlines the mandate, membership, roles and responsibilities of the Council. (Latest revisions: October 3, 2022.)
This policy document outlines the the guidelines for selection of members of Council, committees, and task forces. (Latest revisions: October 3, 2022.)
These newsletters are biannual (Spring & Fall) updates on the Transfer & Articulation activities and BCCAT’s current projects and publications.
An overview of BCCAT research projects.
An infographic overview of the history of BC’s post-secondary transfer system.
This project aims at exploring a variety of approaches for intertwining Indigenous ways of knowing and at developing a set of recommendations on indigenizing BCCAT research.