RRU is committed to facilitating the bulk transfer of students from the College of the North Atlantic, with the corresponding prior qualifications, to the RRU programs within the school of environment and sustainability below. Under this agreement, NAC applicants who meet the following requirements are eligible for admission to the RRU with full block transfer, provided that all other eligibility criteria are met (in accordance with the eligibility requirements of the program on the RRU website) and that the place in the RRU program remains available. Entry to all programs at RRU is on a competitive basis. Some institutions have formal agreements to assist students who wish to continue their training after graduation. These are called articulation chords. They are located between two (or more) institutions and allow to be credited on an advanced position in one program with another, from a given program that has been successfully concluded at one institution. Credit transfers between the College of the North Atlantic and other Canadian community colleges and universities are reviewed on a case-by-case basis by program and administration staff, including a review of course content, student assessment methods and teacher qualifications. NAC-Q graduates have also been successful in transferring student credits to other universities where programs are not yet fully established. Students are encouraged to speak with the career orientation centre if they are considering a bachelor`s degree or university. In addition, students are encouraged to contact the Higher Education Council, if necessary, for more information on the Council`s programmes and procedures. This guide is designed as a tool for use in conjunction with other career guidance resources for post-secondary education and training available at each of the consortium`s specific higher education institutions.
The document lists the programs available in colleges and institutions that agree to identify these bulk transfer programs in the direction of new access to education. Administrators, counselors, high school teachers, university professors and, in particular, students and graduates of secondary and post-secondary education, will find the guide as a good source of information and support in the areas related to the transfer of credits from Atlantic Community colleges to other higher education institutions. However, it is important to consult directly with institutions to ensure the current status of agreements, as they are subject to periodic revision and update. As a transfer contract applicant, you must meet our terms and conditions of access or be considered a qualified transfer student in accordance with the rules set by your home institution in a articulation agreement. In 2009, Memorial University and the NAC signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with other Atlantic universities and universities on the former Atlantic Provinces Community Consortium (CPCAC) to strengthen portability and mobility within Atlantic Canada and ensure that students receive the maximum benefit from post-secondary education in the region. The Memorandum of Understanding was signed by 22 institutions in Atlantic Canada. If you have obtained your CAS Transition Year certificate from the university, reapply to Grenfell. Students applying for competitive programs must continue to meet the selective admission criteria for this faculty or school. When selecting your CAS Transition Year courses, we recommend that you consider the needs of your curriculum at Memorial University of Newfoundland.