Agreements on University Affiliation and Federation

This collection is based on an inventory of approximately 250 educational organizations engaged in university-level instruction in Canada, past and present. The collection provides an open access information database, preliminary results of this project, funded by a 2013-16 Social Science and Humanities Research Council - Insights grant, identify seven categories of affiliation and federation inter-institutional associations, proposing definitive clarifications of related terms and relationships.

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Affiliation of Queen's College with Memorial University

Documents representing the renewal of an affiliation between Memorial University and Queen's College in Newfoundland in 1982. Documents include: - A letter from Reverend Frank Cluett, Provost of Queen's College, to Dr. Leslie Harris, President of Memorial University, on January 13, 1982, requesting the reinstatement of the affiliation - A letter from Dr. Leslie Harris to Reverend Cluett, on February 26, 1982, acknowledging the request - Memorial University Senate minutes from March 9, 1982, indicating that the affiliation with Queen's College should be reinstated - A letter from Reverent Cluett to Glenn Collins, Secretary of the Memorial University Senate, on March 22, 1982, acknowledging the reinstatement of the affiliation agreement
Primary Degree Granting Institution: 
Memorial University

Queen's College Acquisition

Documents representing the acquisition of the Queen's College building by Memorial University. Documents include: - A letter from Reverend Canon Frank Cluett, Provost of Queen's College, to Dr. May, President of Memorial University, on March 4, 1994, indicating that negotiations have begun between the two organizations for the acquisition by Memorial University of the Queen's College building; - A letter from Wayne Thistle with Memorial University, to Rev. Canon Cluett, on March 21, 1994, indicating the willingness of Memorial University to take over the building, maintain its name, assume the existing mortgage, provide space at no cost to the Queen's College theological program, complete renovations to the building, integrate the Queen's College library with the University library, and pay all legal and survey costs associated with the transfer; - A letter from Ms. E. Bennett, Secretary to the Board of Regents, to Mr. Thistle, Vice President (Administration and Finance), on April 15, 1994, indicating that the Board of Regents had approved the acquisition on April 14, 1994, in accordance with the terms outlined in the letter to Rev. Canon Cluett on March 21, 1994.
Primary Degree Granting Institution: 
Memorial University

The Affiliation Agreement

Affiliation agreement between the University of Manitoba and Université de Saint-Boniface. Two documents included in the file represent both the English and French versions of the agreement.
Primary Degree Granting Institution: 
University of Manitoba

Federation of Luther College with the University of Saskatchewan, Regina Campus

The federation agreement between Luther College and the University of Saskatchewan, Regina Campus, which would later become the University of Regina.
Primary Degree Granting Institution: 
University of Saskatchewan

Revised Terms for the Federation Agreement of the Saskatchewan Indian Federated College and the University of Regina

The updated federation agreement between the University of Regina and the Saskatchewan Indian Federated College, which is now known as the First Nations University of Canada.
Primary Degree Granting Institution: 
University of Regina

Report of the Committee on Criteria for Affiliation of Theological Colleges

Senate meeting minutes from 1978 outlining the criteria for affiliation with the University of British Columbia for current, and potential future, affiliation partners. Affiliated theological colleges at the time included the Vancouver School of Theology, St. Mark's College, Regent College, and Carey Hall, which later became known as Carey Theological College (relevant pages: 1-6). Senate meeting minutes from 1996 outlining the circumstances under which graduate students from UBC can attain credit for courses taken at the theological colleges, and vice versa (relevant pages: 10-13, 26-31).
Primary Degree Granting Institution: 
University of British Columbia

Agreement

A 1959 federation agreement between the then Waterloo College Associate Faculties, which would become the University of Waterloo, and St. Jerome's College, which would become St. Jerome's University.
Primary Degree Granting Institution: 
University of Waterloo

Interim Agreement

Federation agreement from January 1959 between the then Waterloo College Associate Faculties, which would become the University of Waterloo, and the Evangelical Lutheran Seminary of Canada, on behalf of Waterloo College, and St. Jerome's College, which would become St. Jerome's University.
Primary Degree Granting Institution: 
University of Waterloo

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