As the fall semester starts for many of us, we want to make sure that you're all prepared to return to school. So, here's your back-to-school checklist to set you up for success.
As we transition back to "normal life," we encourage staying updated with provincial health recommendations. Masks are currently recommended in indoor public settings for all who are not fully vaccinated. We encourage you to use the hand sanitizer provided on campus to keep us all safe. Learn more on the provincial website here.
Investing your time in higher education can be a new experience for many people, but there are ways to better prepare yourself for it. Clearly highlight your academic, personal, and social goals so you can stay on track. Our Student Services department is also available to support your academic journey. Learn more here.
Check out our college website and social media channels for updates on events, news stories, contests, newsletters, and much more. Following our social media channels is a great way to connect with other students that you may share a common interest with. Don't forget to stay connected with us on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and LinkedIn, where we post exciting campus updates and social media contests where we give up $3000 of prizes and college swag a year.
Choosing your career and program is a big step, that's why our Vancouver Career College admission reps will provide all the information you need to make an informed educational decision. In addition, you'll be able to discuss your career with support from our friendly Student Services team. You can see a list of the career training programs we offer here.
Don't let financial stress disrupt you from your learning. Plan monthly budgets in addition to your regular budget that includes your tuition and books. Visit our college website to see the financial aid and scholarship opportunities available if needed. Fill out the Request More Info form on our admissions site to get one step closer to starting your new career training.
Whether you're taking classes in-person or online this year, it's a good idea to introduce yourself to your instructors during class. This will make it easier for you to seek out help from them. College is also an exciting place to make friends with similar interests. Don't be afraid to befriend other students, study together, exchange notes, and build a network of support.
We hope you have a great time back on campus with us this year. If you need any assistance along the way, make sure to contact our Student Services team or our Admissions team with any questions you may have.