Admissions policy

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Admissions policy 2017-09-06T14:01:52-08:00

Admissions Policy

Seabird College is committed to enrolling students who are likely to succeed in meeting their education and career goals, who meet all of our program admission criteria and who demonstrate that all fees and tuitions can be paid. Some Seabird College programs and courses have additional, individual requirements which must be met before admission to the program or course of study. Students must meet with an Admissions Officer of the Seabird College to ensure that they have met all general and specific admissions requirements prior to acceptance into the College or the program or course of study.


  1. The institution’s receptionist refers all inquiries to the admission representative.
  2. The admission representative meets with the prospective student to discuss the program of interest. If the student is undecided about a program of study, the admission representative gives the prospective student information about a number of programs so that the student can make a decision.
  3. Once the student has decided on a program of study, the admission representative reviews the admission criteria for the program with the student to ensure that he/she meets all of the criteria.
  4. The admission representative obtains evidence (e.g. transcript, proof of age, etc.) from the student that he/she meets all of the program’s admission criteria and places the evidence in the student file.
  5. After receiving evidence that the prospective student meets all of the admission criteria, the admission representative prepare a Student Enrolment Contract and meets with the prospective student to review the policies that will affect the student during his/her completion of the program of study and to review the contract. If, after understanding their rights and responsibilities, the prospective student wishes to sign the contract, the admission representative arranges for the prospective student to meet with the Senior Education Administrator.
  6. The Senior Education Administrator meets with the prospective student to discuss his/her educational goals and commitment to completing the program of study. A financial arrangement for payment of tuition and other fees is also discussed.
  7. When the student has secured a commitment for funding, he/she meets with the Senior Education Administrator to sign the contract. A copy of this contract is given to the student.

Date of revision: June 6, 2011     |     Implementation: September 1, 2011     |     Person responsible: Director of Education