A student navigator is the central point of contact for all applicants and students throughout your time at NorQuest College, from after you've applied to the college through to graduation or completion.
A student navigator will:
give you advice and guidance on reaching your goals
provide information on programs, services, testing, financial aid, and more throughout the admission process
provide options to help you make informed decisions about your academic future
Navigators are your go-to people for everything from general inquiries to specific questions about your personal situation. If you need help or assistance navigating college services, policies, or processes, your navigator can point you in the right direction.
Foundational and Preparatory Programs
All prospective students for Academic Upgrading, English as a Second Language, Apprenticeship Prep, Day Home Provider, Literacy and Essential Skills Pathways, and Transitions to Employment programs will see a student navigator prior to admission in their program of choice.
Once you have applied to NorQuest College and you receive notice your application was received, you will need to contact a student navigator. Your student navigator will:
Assess your admission based on your current documents and/or arrange for assessments to ensure you are placed in the correct program/level to ensure your education success.
Determine funding options and eligibility (if applicable). For Alberta Works grant funding, student navigators will complete a funding eligibility assessment.
Make an admission decision on your application.
Main Campus, Main Building
10215 108 Street NW
or at any regional campus (see Campuses & Maps for locations).
Student Navigator Office Hours
8:30 am - 4:30 pm
9:30am - 3:30 pm