Articulation agreements at Niagara College follow a three step process: creation, implementation and quality assurance.
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Articulation Agreement Process
Agreement proposals from external partners can be made to the CAE or to a Dean or Associate Dean. Or, Deans or AD’s can contact schools with proposed pathway opportunities. The CAE’s role is to review the proposal through the lens of Academic Quality and make recommendations to the Dean/AD’s. After the agreement is approved by the Dean and AD the CAE will collect signatures from the external partner institution along with signatures from Niagara College’s Vice-President, Academic as well as Deans and Associate Deans.
The articulation agreement will specify which Niagara College programs are included, which degree students can transfer into, the GPA required for admission consideration and the transfer credit allocated. It may also include more detailed information on admission procedures and set an expiration date.
To contact the CAE regarding a potential articulation agreement please email Jeff Post, Manager, Academic Quality at [email protected].