All applicants may submit unofficial, copied, scanned, or emailed academic documents at the time of Application for Admission, however are required to submit all of these original documents as soon as possible upon arrival.
Academic documents include documents such as a high school transcript, a post-secondary transcript, English test scores such as IELTS, TOEFL, etc.
**What happens if I lost my official documents, or I do not provide them?**
Your student file will be marked incomplete until all official documentation is provided to the Office of the Registrar. With an incomplete student file, you will not be able to order any official documentation such as a transcript, or to receive graduation documents at the end of your program. To avoid delays, we ask that new students submit their official documentation within as soon as possible.
Submit a copy of your study permit and medical insurance documents.
Copies of the study authorization (e.g. study permit) and medical insurance must be submitted prior to course registration. You can send these documents to your designated Enrolment Advisor (EA) by email, or you can submit them to the Office of the Registrar (Student Records unit), firstname.lastname@example.org
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If you have any questions about your documentation or student file record, you may contact your designated Enrolment Advisor (EA), or contact the Office of the Registrar (Student Records unit) directly:
By phone: Service available Monday-Friday, 8:30am-4:00pm PST , 604-435-5815
By email: email@example.com