Office of the Registrar

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 lifecycle. It is important for students to understand the role and functions of the Office of the Registrar.

Client Services

  • Advises prospective students on programs, delivery modes, fees, referrals for funding, and the admission process
  • Provides information about college programs and processes in-person or by telephone and email. Answers the college's central phone lines.
  • Accepts and directs any and all student-related requests (transcripts, credential replacement, changes to registration, legal, FOIP, international, etc.)
  • Processes in-person non-credit registrations
  • Issues student ID and clinical ID cards
  • Processes all student-related payments and provides information regarding outstanding fees

For more information, contact

Admissions and Transfer Credit

  • Processes applications for admission for all credit programs
  • Evaluates high school and post-secondary transcripts against the admission requirements of credit programs
  • Processes transfer credit and prior learning assessment recognition (PLAR)
  • Communicates with post-secondary applicants throughout the admission process
  • Makes admission decisions and issues official offers of admissions to applicants
  • Assesses the tuition deposit
  • Liaises with NorQuest International to process international student applications
  • Liaises with the Alberta Council on Admissions and Transfers for all course and programs transfer agreements

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

Enrolment and Student Records

  • Processes all credit and non-credit program and course registrations and changes to registration
  • Grade administration – maintains and monitors final grades each term
  • Graduation checking – evaluates students’ courses for credential completion and graduation eligibility
  • Produces transcripts and credentials for certificates and diplomas
  • Maintains student records and files
  • Fulfills student FOIP requests
  • Financial administration
    • Advises students of outstanding financial status and consequences
    • Monitors active students’ financial accounts to full payment or withdrawal
    • Inactive student accounts are maintained through Financial Services

Contact for more information.

Contact Information




Main Floor, Civic Employees Legacy Tower,
Downtown Campus


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

9:00am – 4:30pm

Closed on weekends and statutory holidays