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Office of the Registrar

The Office of the Registrar has limited in-person services available by appointment only. Call 780.644.6000, option 1 if you would like to book an appointment to:

  • apply for the LINC or ESL program
  • drop off or pick up a document (e.g. transcript, student loan form, student ID card)
  • speak to our team about a program before you apply

All other services are available online by contacting us.

The Office of the Registrar plays a central role at NorQuest College as each prospective student, applicant, student, and graduate work with staff in the Office of the Registrar throughout their student journey. We:

  • Provide information about college programs, policies, and processes by telephone, email and in person
  • Advise prospective students on programs, delivery modes, fees, referrals for funding, and the admission process
  • Issue student ID and clinical ID cards
  • Coordinate the Convocation ceremony each year
  • Maintain the academic timetable and scheduling of courses


  • Processes applications for admission for all credit programs
  • Evaluates high school and post-secondary transcripts against the admission requirements of credit programs
  • Communicates with post-secondary applicants throughout the admission process
  • Makes admission decisions and issues official offers of admissions to applicants

Important: The Office of the Registrar is the only college department which may offer admission to an applicant. Contact Admissions for more information.

Enrolment and Student Records

  • Oversees all credit and non-credit program and course registrations and changes to registration
  • Produces transcripts and credentials for certificates and diplomas
  • Grade administration – maintains and monitors final grades each term
  • Maintains student records and files
  • Fulfills student FOIP requests

Contact us for more information.

Learner Pathways

  • Processes transfer credit and prior learning assessment and recognition (PLAR) requests
  • Graduation checking – evaluates students’ courses for credential completion and graduation eligibility

Contact us for more information.

Student Financials

  • Processes all payments and posting to student accounts
  • Financial administration
    • Advises students of outstanding financial status and consequences
    • Monitors active students’ financial accounts to full payment or withdrawal
  • Confirm status for student loan approval

Contact us for more information.

Contact Information




In person
Main floor, Civic Employees Legacy Tower,
Edmonton campus


Monday - Wednesday, and Friday
8:00 am – 4:30 pm

9:00 am – 4:30 pm

Closed on weekends and statutory holidays

Book an appointment