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Post Secondary Institution Info

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​JOIN THE PGSS EMAIL LIST!

If you would like to receive regular email updates including information from post-secondary institutions regarding admissions requirements, scholarships, programs, etc. please email Mrs. LaMarre at mlamarre@sd57.bc.ca and included the following:

Required info:
Student's first and last name
Student's email
Parent/Guardian email

Optional info:
Colleges/Universities/Technical or Vocational schools of interest
Programs/areas of study of interest

If you have any questions or would like assistance with connecting you with someone at a college, university, technical or vocational program, please contact Mary LaMarre at mlamarre@sd57.bc.ca or call her at 250-562-6441 ext: 108.

Post Secondary BC Virtual Fairs 2020

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Our next all-day PSBC Virtual Fair is on Thursday November 18. Please find the Schedule of Presentations attached. With only two fair dates remaining in early December, we encourage you to take in one of the three remaining events to ensure you have the most current information on making the transition to a post-secondary institution.
Sign up and attend for specific sessions offered from post-secondary institutions ranging from Canadian Forces, to UVIC, SFU, UBC, CNC, UNBC, TRU, BCIT, etc.  113 in total! 
Register at this link:



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Video on Virtual Fair: Here is a link to a short 1-minute video that provides a clear introduction for you and your students on how to use the Virtual Fair platform:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t7-Ath_mH2E

https://www.postsecondarybc.ca/virtual-fair/



Opportunities (virtual) to gather information from universities, colleges and other post-secondary programs across BC:

For those students who have not yet taken advantage of our fairs, please share with your students that they can still participate. I have attached an updated schedule of upcoming fairs, and based on our experience to date, we do have the capacity to meet with more students.

Please also ensure that your students understand that during these times, the fair is LIVE and they can connect directly with the representatives of 29 universities and colleges and attend live presentations by many of these institutions. These presentations are scheduled at 15 minutes after the hour during these live event times.

 

The link to register and participate is: 

https://www.postsecondarybc.ca/virtual-fair/

 

University and College reps are only available during these live hours, but students can return to the Virtual Fair at any time later to view videos and download information resources. Your students who have already participated can also return at any time to access these resources.

I should also note that on our PSBC website, under the EVENTS listings, there are also a number of interesting online information sessions about specific programs, being hosted by member institutions, and encourage your students to regularly check our website for these new opportunities.

 

Best regards,

Josh Keller
Administrative Co-ordinator
Post-Secondary BC

Canadian Universities Event

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CUE BC Committee

Indigenous Grad Info

Hadih:
Attached is a brochure with information about scholarships for Indigenous Students as well as links to post-secondary Institutions.  Please share with Grade 12 Indigenous learners.
Below is more information: 
A link to a portal for post-secondary information for all Indigenous youth.

UNBC

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Admissions Change – Admit-to-Program

Those familiar know that we offer both non-competitive, general entry programs, as well as competitive programs. This change is for the General Entry programs only.

 

For our non-competitive programs, we moved from General Entry high school admissions to an “Admit-to-Program” process that more closely matches first year required course prerequisites with admission requirements.

 

 

Before, students were fully admissible to General Entry programs with a 65% average among any combination of English 12, three academic 12 courses, and a fifth grade 12 course.

 

Using Commerce as an example, Admit-to-program has brought in Pre-calculus 12 with a 60% as an admission requirement, as this course is a prerequisite for some first year courses.

 

 

Applicants who meet the old General Entry Requirements but are missing a prerequisite for a required course within their major are not denied admission, but are granted conditional admission that simply requires them to complete the missing prerequisite at UNBC in their first year by using an elective course. The below chart indicates which UNBC courses can be taken as electives to meet missing prerequisites:

 

 

This change provides greater transparency and clarity to which high school prerequisites are needed to complete an intended major, and ensures students get caught up within their first year of study.

 

Upcoming Online Information Sessions for Future Students

We’ve partnered with programs and departments across UNBC to offer an exciting series of Online Information Sessions for future students. Please share with your students these great opportunities to learn all about UNBC and to win fun UNBC prizes.

Transferring to UNBC Information Session

Tues Nov 23; 5:00 PM RSVP

Scholarships, Awards, and Financial Aid Information Session

Thurs Nov 25; 5:00 PM RSVP

Tues Dec 14; 5:00 PM RSVP

UNBC Undergraduate Engineering Information Session

Sat Nov 27; 1:00 PM RSVP

All Events for Future Students can be found on our website.

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Dennis Stark  (he, him)Director, Student Recruitment | Student Recruitment & Advising Centre

University of Northern British Columbia

Office: 250-960-6657 | Cell: 778-349-5343Email: dennis.stark@unbc.ca | Web: https://unbc4u.unbc.caI respectfully acknowledge that the land on which I workis the traditional unceded territory of the Lheidli T'enneh First Nation.Lheidli means "where the two rivers flow together" and T'enneh means "the People”

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If you are interested in attending UNBC in the fall and have not yet applied, you can use this code to waive the application fee: 

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UNBC applications are submitted via https://apply.educationplannerbc.ca/

The link to apply to UNBC is: www.unbc.ca/apply

Admissions
Undergraduate Admissions If you are looking to apply for a post-secondary certificate, diploma or Bachelor's degree, you'll be applying for Undergraduate admissions. If you are currently in high school, attending college or university and want to transfer, or even just take some courses, this admission information is for you.
www.unbc.ca
 
Financial Aid
Attached is a pamphlet that you can provide to interested parents/students/staff regarding UNBC Awards & Financial Aid Information and the upcoming UNBC Award Competition deadlines, or feel free to forward a portion of this email along to parents/students.
 
UNBC Awards and Financial Aid_Brochure (Update Sep 2021) (1).pdf