Featured Publications

    Online Delivery Trends: Online, Hybrid, and Multi-Access Learning and Teaching in British Columbia: Post-Pandemic Trends and Intentions

    Author: G. VeletsianosV. IrvineN. Johnson | Published: Sep 12, 2023

    This project undertook an analysis of the evolving nature of online, hybrid, and multi-access learning within the British Columbia (BC) post-secondary education system. The project objectives included assessing potential changes […]

    Research Plan

    Author: BCCAT | Published: Sep 11, 2023

    An overview of BCCAT research projects.

    2022-23 Annual Review

    Author: V. Yorkston | Published: Jun 21, 2023

    We’re pleased to present BCCAT’s 2022-23 Annual Review, Sustainable Transfer: Growing an adaptive eco-system that mobilizes student journeys. Students today face a fast-changing world. Adaptability and agility in education and […]

    Survey of Mobile Students

    Author: E. TingT. Bui | Published: Apr 04, 2023

    In 2019, BCCAT collaborated with BC Stats to conduct the Survey of Mobile Students: this project examined transfer students (“movers”) and their decisions, motivations, and experiences within the BC transfer environment.

    The Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on the Functions and Services of Registrars’ Offices in BC Post-Secondary Institutions

    Author: T. James | Published: Mar 20, 2023

    Post-secondary institutions in British Columbia and elsewhere were forced to react quickly and boldly when the COVID-19 pandemic arrived in early 2020. The pandemic had unforeseen consequences, but it also […]

    Exploring Stranded Credit in the BC Transfer System

    Author: F. McQuarrie | Published: Mar 06, 2023

    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 […]

    The Collection and Use of Student Data on Race, Ethnicity, and Ancestry

    Author: V. E. DíazS. McKeownC. Peña | Published: Jan 31, 2023

    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.

    COVID-19 Student Survey

    Author: CHASI | Published: Jun 15, 2022

    Impact of COVID-19 on Post-Secondary Students: A Systematic Review of Institutional Reports Prepared for BCCAT by the Community Health and Social Innovation (CHASI) Hub, University of the Fraser Valley Click […]

    Supporting Students with Lived Experience in Care

    Author: Plaid Consulting | Published: Mar 07, 2022

    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

    Author: F. McQuarrie | Published: Feb 01, 2022

    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, […]

    Pathways Partnerships with Indigenous Post-Secondary Institutions

    Author: J. AnaquodJ. La RochelleH. SimpsonD. Ursuliak | Published: Oct 15, 2021

    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 […]

    Assessing Sending Institutions (outside of the BC Transfer System)

    Author: F. McQuarrie | Published: Aug 25, 2021

    At many BC Transfer System member institutions, the assessment of a transfer credit request includes an assessment of the sending institution, to determine whether the sending institution is academically comparable […]


    Author: J. Duklas | Published: Nov 02, 2020

    This report provides insights into current micro-credentialing practices, motivations, and perspectives at Canadian higher education institutions and beyond. The environmental scan, the pan-Canadian survey as well as expert interviews highlighted […]

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