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Alberta Forum on Post-secondary Learning Outcomes: Sharing Principles, Effective Practices, and Challenges May 18th, 2016 Video

On May 18th, 2016 the Alberta Council on Admissions and Transfer (ACAT), the Campus Alberta Quality Council (CAQC), and the Ministry of Advanced Education held an Alberta Forum on Post-secondary Student Learning Outcomes which brought together representatives from across the Alberta post-secondary system for a conversation about the extent to which establishing and assessing student learning outcomes can enhance student learning. At this time ACAT is pleased to share video of the days speakers and presentations on the ACAT Publications page.

Who is the Alberta Council on Admissions and Transfer (ACAT)?

Established in 1974 as an independent body, the Alberta Council on Admissions and Transfer serves as a body through which stakeholders work co-operatively to ensure effective transferability of courses and programs for the benefits of students.

Mission: to be a catalyst for necessary change and an advocate for learners in the areas of admission and transfer to educational programs.

Vision: ACAT learners access post-secondary education through a nationally and internationally recognized admissions and transfer system.

What does ACAT do?

ACAT is responsible for developing policies, guidelines, and procedures designed to facilitate transfer agreements among post-secondary institutions. The framework for these admissions and transfer is contained in the Council's Principles, Policies, and Procedures. The Terms of Reference can also be found online.

ACAT also plays an active role in the implementation of these policies through monitoring, mediation, and research. Council has a continuing responsibility for facilitating improvement in communications and working relationships among institutions regarding the admission of transfer students and the award of transfer credit. An important activity of Council is to maintain a database of negotiated and approved transfer agreements between post-secondary institutions. This Information is accessible either by using the Online Alberta Transfer Guide or the annual printed Alberta Transfer Guide.

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ACAT Post-Secondary System Representation Position Profile 
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Admission to the Alberta Transfer System Questionnaire 
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BC Institution Membership Application Policy and Process  

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