Messages from Admissions

Below are all the messages that our Admissions Team has sent out to help our new Fall 2020 students get ready for Briercrest.
 

March: Fall 2020 Course Registration

Fall 2020 Course Registration for new students opened March 26!
-if you have received an acceptance for studies at Briercrest College you are eligible to take this next step (if not, please provide us with a copy of your high school transcript ASAP).

 

Step 1: Pay $200 confirmation deposit

  • You must pay a $200 deposit before you can register for courses. The deposit confirms your intent to study at Briercrest and goes towards your tuition fees.
  • Pay online with MasterCard or Visa here.
  • Pay using e-transfer by following the instructions here.
  • Pay using bank wire by following the instructions here.
  • Pay by calling in a credit card number during office hours to 306.756.3211.

Step 2: Review Fall Course list and timetable

  • View Fall 2020 Course List here.

  • View Fall 2020 Semester Schedule here.

  • There will be more instructions on how to choose courses once confirmation deposit has been received.

Step 3: Access Course Registration in Briercrest Live as early as March 26

  • Once we have record of your $200 deposit, we will give you access to Fall 2020 course registration on Briercrest Live.
    • click on Academics
    • then College Course Registration
    • then View List of All Available Courses
    • then select Fall 2020, and click List Courses
    • then click on the course code of the course you want to register for

Contact us if you have any questions or would like some advice about your class options. We're happy to help!

 

Michelle Ernst & Sally Carter
Admissions and Academic Advisors
admissions@briercrest.ca

February 22: Financial Awards Application

Start your Briercrest College Financial Award application TODAY!

 

Step 1: Apply for college

  • We have received your college application already, so you are eligible to apply for awards.
  • You must have a Preliminary or Full Acceptance by the award application deadline to receive any awards. If you haven’t already submitted your high school transcripts, get that to me before the award application deadline. (first deadline for most awards: March 5; final deadline: April 30).

Step 2: See which awards are available.

Step 3: Apply for awards.

  • The application form is on Briercrest Live. You should have received an email with information for setting up a Briercrest Live account. If you can’t find a record of that communication, please let us know.
  • Once you sign in to Briercrest Live, click on Finance, then College Scholarships and Awards Application. Follow the instructions and find the link at the bottom that says Click here to go to the Financial Assistance Application Form.

Helpful hint: You can start the application and finish it later. However, to avoid complications, you MUST use the same browser on the same computer, and DON’T complete the application on your phone (unfortunately the application is not mobile friendly).

 

Good news: There is only one application form for all the awards! That is 45 minutes of time well-spent!

 

Let us know if you have any questions!

 

Michelle Ernst & Sally Carter
Admissions and Academic Advisors
admissions@briercrest.ca

March 19: Here for you

The Admissions Team is here for you! We are available either by email or phone during regular office hours.

 

For up-to-date information on how we are responding to COVID-19 please refer to www.briercrest.ca/coronavirus.

 

For those who are in the application process: we can process a preliminary acceptance with unofficial transcripts or documents with your grade 11 marks and a list of all your grade 12 classes. This can be a screen shot from your student portal, a picture or an unofficial transcript from your high school office. We can also review post-secondary transcripts this way. This would allow you to proceed to confirmation and course registration. Your admission status is upgraded to full acceptance once we have your final and official transcripts. Please let us know if you are unable to access this information.

 

Grade 12’s: we understand that there is a lot of uncertainty for you at this time, as provinces and school divisions make decisions about the current school year. Please know that we will work with you to figure out your transition to College. Our goal as always is to set you up best to meet your educational goals and have you be a part of our student body.

 

Getting ready for fall:

Confirmation deposits – this $200 non-refundable deposit gives you access to fall course registration and saves your place in the dorm

Course registration – opens for new students March 26.

Scholarships and bursaries – for those of you have who have already applied, award notification will be sent out March 31. For those who have not applied, the final deadline is April 30.

 

We will be sending out timely information on next steps through the spring and summer months.

 

Let’s look to the future – we are anticipating and planning for the fall. We are excited to see what Lord will do in your lives in the coming months and look forward to meeting you this fall!

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