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Camosun Interurban Admissions Essay

Applying to Camosun

When to apply

If you are a BC/Yukon high school student, we invite you to apply on or after September 15 until May 15 of your Grade 12 year and include your Personal Education Number (PEN).

Submitting your transcripts

To submit your transcripts, visit the StudentTranscripts Service website and give permission for your grades to be electronically downloaded to Camosun College. Contact your high school counsellor for assistance.

Changing your program choice

If you decide to change programs, you must submit another application and application fee. Every separate application requires an additional application fee. To still be considered under this special admission category, you must submit your application from September 15 to May 15.

Withdrawing your application

If you are no longer interested in the program you have applied to, you should notify Admissions.

Meeting non-academic admission requirements

Proof of non-academic requirements such as work experience, a keyboarding assessment, attendance at an information session, or first aid must be submitted to Admissions by June 30. Please contact us if you need further details.

Advanced Placement (AP) and International Baccalaureate (IB) courses

If you want your AP or IB courses evaluated for possible university-level transfer credit, you need to submit an official AP or IB transcript and apply for transfer credit at Camosun College. Ask your high school counsellor how to request these transcripts.

Program Acceptance

Notification of acceptance

You will be mailed a seat offer letter when space becomes available for you. Further details will then be provided on payment of a non-refundable deposit, deadline dates and other important information.

Program status

You will be notified about the status of your program choice and current availability once your application is processed.

Final grades and admission requirements

After you have accepted a seat offer

If you accept a seat offer and pay the non-refundable deposit but your grades do not meet the program admission requirements, your seat offer will be withdrawn and we will retain the non-refundable deposit. You will be sent notification. We will also be happy to recommend other options available to you.

Before you have been given a seat offer

If you haven't received a seat offer and your grades do not meet the admission requirements, your application will be considered incomplete and you will no longer qualify for special admission. You will be sent notification. We will be happy to recommend other options available to you.

Need help? Contact an Admissions Advisor.

What are we talking about?

Provisional admission
Current BC/Yukon grade 12 students qualify for special admission from September 15 to May 15. Your interim and final grades must meet program admission requirements.
Personal Education Number (PEN)
The nine-digit number assigned to you when you entered the BC education system. The PEN allows Camosun to automatically receive your Grade 11 and 12 grades from the Ministry of Education.
FOI/POP
Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. If you wish to have someone act on your behalf or have access to your student record at Camosun, you must submit our FOI/POP form.

Moving?

It is important to keep your contact information current. It is your responsibility to keep the college informed of any telephone number, email or address changes.

Contact Admissions.

Transcripts

High school and post-secondary transcripts should be sent directly to our Admissions department.

Only official, sealed, transcripts can be accepted. A photocopy, fax, scan, or unsealed transcript is considered "unofficial" and cannot be used when making a final admission decisions.

Some programs/courses have Grade 10-level admission requirements/prerequisites. If applicable, please ensure Grade 10 grades are included in the official documentation.

For dated and out-of-province transcripts you may be required to submit official course outlines. Official transcripts from countries other than Canada must be accompanied by official course outlines. If your course outlines are in a language other than English, you must include official translations into English.

For applicants who have completed Advanced Placement exams, Camosun's CEEB code is 7239.

All transcripts submitted become the property of Camosun College and will not be returned.

Getting your High School transcripts

If you attended high school in British Columbia you can order your transcripts from the Ministry of Education.

If you attended high school outside of BC or Canada, please contact your high school or the Ministry responsible for Education in that location.

Assessment

If you are a potential or current student who does not have the English or math prerequisites to enter a program or take a course here at Camosun, you might need to take an assessment test.

The results from the assessment test will either allow you to enter the program or course of your choice without the published academic prerequisites or indicate the level of academic upgrading to begin your work. Learn more.

Submit your transcripts

Please mail your official, sealed transcripts to:

Camosun College Interurban
Admissions and Recruitment
4461 Interurban Rd
Victoria, BC V9E 2C1

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