Procedures

CREDIT COURSE PLANNING

  • Appointments may be arranged with an advisor by calling 604-466-6555.
  • If possible, please have ready your school records, report cards or transcripts as these will assist the advisor in planning a suitable program.

ASSESSMENT TESTING

  • Students may not have complete records, or they may have learned in the workplace beyond their grade in school.
  • An assessment test may be used as it will provide staff with their present skill level in vocabulary, reading comprehension, spelling, writing, math and science.
  • All test scores are kept in confidence between student and advisor.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

  • Adults who are Canadian citizens or landed immigrants may complete secondary school courses to graduate.
  • There is a course fee for International Students.
  • Students under 16 years of age are not eligible to register in Continuing Education classes.
  • If you are a high-school aged, non-graduated student over 16, please follow the regular transfer process with your current Secondary School Principal.

REFUND POLICY FOR CREDIT COURSES

  • Written notification must be received by the Continuing Education office of course withdrawals.
  • The Student Service Fee is non-refundable, however, full refunds will be issued for cancelled courses.
  • International students who withdraw before the 2nd week of classes will receive a full refund less an administration fee. Refunds after two weeks are unlikely.
  • A 100% refund for textbooks will be issued when books are returned in good condition within 4 weeks of the course‚Äôs end. Resource fees are non-refundable.
  • Non-attendance does not constitute withdrawal from a course. Students must notify the Continuing Education office in writing of a course withdrawal.
  • Textbook deposits paid by cheque or postdated cheque will be cashed.
    NSF cheques are subject to a service fee.