Transfer projects can be undertaken by articulation committees with the assistance of project funding from the BCCAT Transfer Innovations Program. Applications for project funding are submitted to the Transfer and Articulation Committee for consideration and approval. Articulation Committees considering making an application for transfer project funding are advised to review the following information thoroughly and contact Fiona McQuarrie, BCCAT Special Projects Coordinator, at (604) 412 7679 or email@example.com. Note that a previous initiative - the Transfer and Articulation (TAP) Program - is no longer in place.
Transfer Innovations Projects - Application Package
BCCAT wishes to encourage the development of flexible and innovative transfer arrangements among BC post-secondary institutions and in doing so, BCCAT aims to minimize inequities and difficulties faced by students and institutions. Since transfer students can never be sure at which institution they will be accepted, their transfer program should be flexible enough to enable them to transfer into their intended program with reasonable prospects of academic success.
The Transfer & Articulation Committee (TAC) invites articulation committees, or related discipline-based groups, to submit proposals for Transfer Innovations project funding for projects that have as their central objective, a significant improvement in transfer for students. Project outcomes should provide clear, uncomplicated and flexible additions to course-by-course transfer models. Examples include Flexible Pre-Majors and Block Transfer Agreements. These projects are described in the How to Articulate Handbook.