With all the uncertainty surrounding COVID-19 and the steps taken to prevent the spread, there are a lot of questions you may have about applying to attend Concordia University of Edmonton in the 2020/2021 academic year. These FAQs may help some of your questions, and if not, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
I have already applied and been conditionally admitted based on courses I was taking in the winter high school semester. What happens if I don’t complete those classes now?
Congratulations on being admitted! We understand that the closure of your high school will impact your grade 12 year.
We will do our very best to ensure you are not disadvantaged which may mean adapting admissions and deadlines in the coming weeks/months.
I have questions about my application and admission to my program, who can I contact?
Admissions has moved to email advising Please contact us by email firstname.lastname@example.org. We are doing our best to respond within 1-2 days.
I haven’t paid my tuition deposit. Can I still do so?
Tuition deposit and tuition payments can be made online. More payment options are available on our webpage. You can also contact the Student Accounts Office, 780-479-9206 during regular hours.
I have been accepted and need help picking my classes. What’s the best way to contact a Registration Advisor?
Our registration advisors have created online tutorials to help you navigate the registration process, available here. Registration advising has moved to email and telephone. If you still have questions after reviewing the webpage you can call 780-479-9250 or email email@example.com.
Check out the program planner and degree checklists for your program online here.
I’ve been accepted for or am interested in living in residence for the Fall semester. Will I still be able to move in?
For questions regarding residence, please contact our Residence Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Given the current status of COVID-19, we are working to ensure that students are not disadvantaged due to school and test centre closures. We are monitoring this situation very closely and will extend deadlines as necessary. Check your email regularly for updates from Admissions.
Alberta Grade 12 Diploma Examinations
Alberta Education announced on March 20, 2020 that Alberta Grade 12 diploma examinations have been cancelled.
Final grades as reported on Alberta Education transcripts (class mark only) will be used for admission and entrance scholarship purposes.
International Baccalaureate (IB)
International Baccalaureate announced on March 23, 2020 that May 2020 examinations for Diploma Programme bound students were cancelled in all countries. IB will be awarding a Diploma or a Course Certificate(s), depending on what students were registered for, which reflects their standard of work.
Final grades issued by IB will be used for admission and entrance scholarship calculation. Transfer credit for IB courses with a grade of 5 or higher will still be considered.