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ARUCC is a member-driven association whose mission is to help foster within the Canadian higher education sector the advancement of registrarial best practices. Accordingly, ARUCC respects the autonomy and authority of all member institutions and organizations as it pertains to their individual processes, policies, and privacy concerns. The development and curation of national best practices relies heavily on consultation, benchmarking and research. Recommendations for best practices are made available to members, whom may freely adopt these or take them into account when revising and reviewing their own business operations. Members are encouraged to conduct their own due diligence and to consult with other members when seeking to amend their practices.

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ARUCC 2020

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Hold the Date! The International Groningen Declaration Network Meeting is Coming to Canada

The ARUCC executive in partnership with PCCAT, CUCCIO, and CanPESC, submitted and won a bid to host the international Groningen Declaration Network 2021 annual meeting in Ottawa for the week of May 3, 2021. This represents an exciting moment and builds on the work of the ARUCC Groningen & Student Mobility Project. Typical participants include senior level officials from international governments, institutions, vendors, and allied associations who are dedicated to advancing access and quality assured practices in higher education to serve the causes of student mobility and permission-based data portability. Join ARUCC and its partners at this international event dedicated to advancing student mobility.

CFS and OUSA Student Groups, Universities Canada, and Colleges and Institutes Canada endorse the National ARUCC Groningen and Student Mobility Project

ARUCC and its partners, PCCAT, CUCCIO, and CanPESC, are pleased to announce the endorsements by the Canadian Federation of Students (CFS), the Ontario Undergraduate Student Alliance (OUSA), Universities Canada, and Colleges and Institutes Canada for the ARUCC Groningen and Student Mobility Project. Their support brings the number of formal endorsements for the national project to more than 70 which includes institutions, allied organizations, student groups, and governments from across Canada and around the world. The project consultation page provides the latest status update for the national student data exchange project. We need your endorsements to further the project goals which include accessing additional funds; therefore, please consider endorsing the project as we work together to improve student mobility.