General Admission Criteria
The College is committed to enrolling students who meet program admission criteria and who are likely to succeed in achieving their education and career goals.
The college admissions policy ensures that qualified applicants have equality of access to programs or courses regardless of race, colour , ancestry, place of origin, religion, marital status, family status, physical or a disability, sex, sexual orientation or age (BC Human Rights Code).
- Applicants who wish to qualify as domestic students must produce valid documentation confirming their legal status as Canadian citizens or permanent residents.
- Applicants who are classified as International students/ visitors must meet the requirements for international students/ visitors studying in Canada as required by Citizenship and Immigration Canada.
- Any applicants under 19 years of age require parents permission.
- Also see English language requirements for particular programs (Language Proficiency Assessment Policy)
Admission requirements relevant to particular programs are contained in the program outlines.
A student may be accepted on a provisional basis while he/she awaits full documentation; this acceptance is valid until the program start date, and the Confirmation of Admission Required Documents form will be signed prior to signing the student enrolment contract.
If the student fails to submit all required documents by the program start date, the College may terminate the student enrolment contract and refund all tuition and other fees (excluding the non-refundable registration fee).