Submit a registration inquiry. A College representative will contact you with more information about our upcoming programs.
If you want to register for a program, you will need to come and complete the necessary paperwork at our administration office during regular business hours.
Contact College reception at 604-796-6912 with registration inquiries or drop by our administration office during regular business hours.
Registration requires 2 pieces of government ID, SIN number and care card number. Paperwork can take about 30-40 minutes to complete.
Entrance requirements & transcripts
Copies of transcripts from previous schools or post-secondary institutions are required and some courses have specific prerequisites. Our office can do a check for you on your provincial high school transcripts. If this information is not available, you are responsible for providing the necessary documentation from your high school. If a student has already taken some post-secondary education, you must provide a copy of the transcript to the College office.
English is the language of instruction and communication at Seabird College. All applicants, including Canadian citizens, whose native or primary language is other than English must demonstrate a command of English sufficient to meet the demands of classroom instruction and written assignments. See individual program listings for specific English requirements.
Program specific requirements
All programs offered at Seabird College have established academic pre-requisites that must be satisfied by students seeking admission. These requirements are listed within each program section. If you are unsure about the requirements, please contact us.
It is important at all stages of instruction that students know how they are doing and that instructors use this information to help students. Within the first week a few assessments will be undertaken to see how students are doing in reading, writing, comprehension and mathematics (known as the Canadian Achievement Test). These do not count for marks but enable instructors to see how we can best serve you to make sure that you will be successful. College instructors will also have their own classroom assessments, tests and assignments. In some cases provincial Industry Training Authority (ITA) or other exams will be written and we will work with you to prepare for those.
Step 1: Submit a program inquiry or visit our administration office to meet with an admissions representative to discuss your goals and options.
Step 2: The Admission Representative assesses all completed applications and ensures that the student meets the criteria to take the selected program. Each program has specific admissions requirements.
Step 3: If your application is accepted, you will receive our Letter of Acceptance and, if necessary, be required to remit payments of your tuition fees, and any other applicable fees.