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Prospective Students

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Prospective Students

We're excited that you're considering NorQuest College for your education. At NorQuest, we offer the programs and services that will help you start your career or start on the path to further education.

Whether you are starting your search or ready to apply, we're here for you. Explore how NorQuest College can help you start your career or start on the path to further education.

The Office of the Registrar and Student Recruitment support all prospective students applying to NorQuest. They can answer all your questions about our programs and guide you through the admissions process.

Applying for funding?

If you have applied to an ESL, academic upgrading, or an employment program, you must contact a student navigator before the deadline to apply for full- or part-time Learner Income Support funding.

Fall 2021
April 12 ,2021 Applicants can start applying for Learner Income Support funding
July 9, 2021 The last day to submit for full-time Learner Income Support funding (subject to program, course and funding availability)
Winter 2022
September 27, 2021 Applicants can start applying for Learner Income Support funding
November 5, 2021 The last day to submit for full-time Learner Income Support funding (subject to program, course and funding availability)
Spring 2022
January 31, 2022 Applicants can start applying for Learner Income Support funding
March 11, 2022 The last day to submit for full-time Learner Income Support funding (subject to program, course and funding availability)

Note: The deadline for Learner Income Support funding is subject to change based on availability of funds and classes.

Applying for a student loan

Full-time and part-time students in a post-secondary career program can apply for assistance to the student financial assistance service in their home province. Students taking upgrading courses or programs are not eligible for a student loan. Your provincial student finance assistance service determines your eligibility and will determine the disbursement method (Canada loan, provincial loan, etc.).

Alberta student loan information is available on the Student Aid Alberta website. Students from other provinces should visit your provincial government student finance information websites for online applications.

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For more information:

Student Recruitment office
Phone: 780.644.5927
Online: Request information

International office
Phone: +1.780.644.6128
Online: Ask us a question


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