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Learn about the group that works closely with the Government of Alberta, the province’s basic education and post-secondary systems, and students, to foster and promote new opportunities for learner pathways.
The ACAT Council advises on policies, priorities and direction for Alberta’s learner pathways system. The Council’s membership is designed to:
Align with the province’s six-sector model of publicly funded institutions while also working with First Nations Colleges and other Indigenous institutions, as well as private not-for-profit institutions in Alberta
Reflect the distribution of learners throughout Alberta’s post-secondary education system
Represent a broad range of perspectives, such as transfer students and informed members of the public
Engage post-secondary staff working in different parts of the admission and transfer process to reflect a diversity of expertise and issues
Please contact the ACAT Secretariat for more information about ACAT Council members.