Each term the Division of Continuing Studies offers bursaries totaling CAD$1000 to assist learners in furthering their education. Bursaries will be awarded to learners who can display evidence of a commitment to lifelong learning and who can demonstrate financial need.
The Mary Cone Barrie Scholarship is available to any non-traditional learner currently enrolled in a course or program through the continuing education division of a Canadian or American accredited college or university.
Registering online is simple. You’ll need your credit card and, if you already have a student account, your login details (ID and password).
When you reach “Checkout” you will be asked to log in using your existing Continuing Studies account information. If you’ve never taken a course before, you can create an account and continue with your registration and purchase.
Diploma, certificate or professional specialization certificate programs; you will need to apply for admission to these programs, whether you are planning to study for credit or not, rather than going straight to registration.
This enables program staff to ensure you meet the requirements and are ready to undertake more in-depth studies. It also enables them to help you structure the most advantageous study plan to meet your individual goals. The process is slightly different depending on whether you want to join a credit or a non-credit certificate or diploma program.
Our experienced and knowledgeable program staff can assist you with the process, and with more information about a program, by phone or email.
The Division of Continuing Studies reserves the right to cancel/reschedule courses or other offerings without notice, and to establish special regulations for admission to non-degree programs or courses. If a course or offering is cancelled/rescheduled, the liability of the Division of Continuing Studies is limited to a refund of your course fee, or, if desired, transfer to another offering.
To withdraw from a course, let us know in person or by phone (250-472-4747), at least:
Depending on your method of payment, a refund will be either mailed to you or credited to your credit card. The Canada Revenue Agency requires that we request the return of your original receipt.
If you withdraw from a course, an administrative fee may be charged for processing. The amount may vary according to the type of course, but will be a minimum of $15.
Note: Some programs have special refund policies as printed in individual course descriptions or in program announcements.