Current Students

what you need to know about cannabis and campus

NorQuest College is a smoke-free campus. Please see our Smoke-Free Campus Policy to learn more.

If you do leave campus to consume cannabis, please be respectful of the college's neighbours and know the city, provincial, and national laws around consumption. At our Edmonton campuses, you cannot smoke within 10 metres from a commercial business’s doorways, window, or air intake (that includes loading docks!). Learn where you legally can and cannot smoke cannabis at the City of Edmonton's Cannabis Rules website.

Also be mindful of the college’s student impairment policy/procedure that is enforceable when you are at the college. Students have a responsibility to refrain from inappropriate possession or consumption of any intoxicating substance, or functioning under the influence of any intoxicating substance, enforceable through the Non-Academic Misconduct Procedure.

Be prepared and in the know

It's important for you to stay up to date on campus news and be prepared in the event of an incident or emergency. Sign up for NorQuest College's emergency mass notification system today to get important updates on your mobile device. And don't forget to review our campus safety and security information.

Students' Association of NorQuest College (SANQC)

Are you interested in getting involved in activities and events around the college? Check out volunteer opportunities, support functions, and fun events offered by the Students' Association of NorQuest College.

MyMail

MyMail is NorQuest College’s student email system. Your NorQuest email account is a way for you to communicate with NorQuest staff. You will be able to receive important notices from the college and you will also be able to communicate with your instructors through email. Learn more about MyMail.

Important Dates

  • October 26 – Withdrawal deadline
  • November 11 – Remembrance Day
  • November 12 – (college closed in lieu of Remembrance Day)
  • November 30 – Faculty Professional Development Day (no classes)
  • December 19 – Fall term ends
  • December 24-31 – Christmas break 
  • January 1 – New Year's Day (college closed)
  • January 7 – Winter term begins
  • January 11 – Last day to add classes
  • January 16 – Last day for payment (late fee of $100.00 charged on any outstanding balance after this date)
  • January 28 – Last day for partial tuition refunds
  • February 18 – Family Day (college closed)
  • March 1 – Withdrawal deadline

For a complete list, visit the Academic Schedule.