Here is a pamphlet with information on the application process.
Please be aware that your GRADE 11 marks are important to post secondary admission. Often Post Secondary institutions will give you conditional admission based on your Grade 11 course marks.
Are you going to a school in British Columbia? Alberta students should provide information on courses taken in Grades 9, 10, 11 and 12 when applying in BC.
Post Secondary COVID-Related Information and Updates
Bow Valley College
Starting October 23, 2021 the BVC will require proof of Health Canada approved COVID-19 double vaccinations for all employees, students, contractors, future visitors, and on-campus partners (Vaccine exemptions will be assessed for medical reasons or other protected grounds under the Alberta Human Rights Act).
Concordia University of Edmonton
Concordia University of Edmonton (CUE) is requiring that its students, faculty, academic colleagues, staff, contractors, and volunteers be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 to protect the health and safety of our campus community.
For fall 2021, Dalhousie and King's students, faculty and staff are asked to provide proof of their vaccination status if they intend to access university campuses.
Huron at Western
Mandatory Vaccination on Campus: Huron and its affiliate partners are implementing a vaccination policy which will require proof of vaccination or have an exemption in order to come on campus, including living in residence. Those with an exemption must be tested for COVID-19 twice weekly. There is no testing option for those who choose not to be vaccinated. Those without proof of vaccination or an exemption will not be permitted on campus.
As of November 1, those who have not submitted proof of a second dose will not be allowed on campus. This does not apply to those who have a medical exemption or are providing regular negative rapid test results to access campus.
Lethbridge College has implemented a COVID-19 vaccination and testing protocol. Everyone entering campus must show proof of vaccination, provide a negative PCR or rapid test taken within 72 hours of being on campus, or have a medical exemption. Proof of vaccination or negative test results must be documented in the LC Alert app or the LC Alert web app for all students, employees and visitors on campus.
Mount Royal University
Mount Royal University has implemented digital vaccination verification using the MRU Now app. Implementing vaccination verification enhances health and safety measures at Mount Royal and further helps the University respond to Alberta’s state of public health emergency.
Effective Oct. 4, 2021, an approved MRU Now QR code or a valid negative rapid test result is required for attendance on MRU campus for employees and students at Mount Royal University properties/facilities.
On-campus and in-person students, employees and faculty are required to upload their proof of vaccination or exemption to the MRU Now vaccine verification module and have an approved green or orange verified QR code before coming to campus.
Proof of vaccination or negative rapid test is required on campus.
Starting October 12, Protective Services will operate structured rotating checks at campus entrances. You will need to show photo ID and proof of at least a first dose or negative test result. The green vaccine QR code, which can be shown or printed from the NAIT Alert app, is the only acceptable form of proof for staff and students.
Visitors will need to show a paper or electronic vaccination record or proof of a privately paid COVID-19 PCR or rapid test completed within the previous 72 hours.
On Sept. 20, 2021 Olds College implemented the Government of Alberta’s Proof of Vaccine Policy Program, as outlined under Health Order 42-2021 Exemption Request, in order to uphold the integrity of our learning environment by continuing to offer access to hands-on, in-person learning in a safe environment for our staff and students.
All post-secondary proof of vaccine programs must ensure: All students have been vaccinated with at least a first dose of a World Health Organization (WHO) approved COVID-19 vaccine no later than September 20, 2021, and be fully immunized with a WHO-approved COVID-19 vaccine no later than November 1, 2021.
Vaccination status declaration form & vaccination policy
Queen’s requires all students, staff, and faculty to be vaccinated against COVID-19 and to fill in a vaccination status declaration form no later than September 13, 2021.
Red Deer Polytechnic
Starting on Monday, October 18, all employees, students and visitors to our campuses should be prepared to provide proof of their vaccination status, proof of a negative COVID-19 rapid test completed within 72 before arrival, or an approved vaccination exemption.
Saint Mary's University Halifax
Saint Mary’s University will require proof of full vaccination from all faculty, staff, and students.
This new measure is in addition to the previously announced COVID-19 and Vaccination Requirements Policy that includes:
Mandating all faculty, staff, and students to be fully vaccinated by October 15 (those who cannot meet this requirement because of medical or other grounds must apply for an exemption)
Maintaining masking requirements in all public spaces or in spaces where physical distancing is not possible (including in classrooms and laboratories)
Enforcing physical distancing requirements
The SAIT community is reminding those who require a negative lab-based PCR or rapid COVID-19 test result to access campus will be responsible for the cost, effective Monday, Oct. 25.
For a limited time, SAIT continues to provide a rapid testing clinic on the main campus in Campus Centre. There is a $45 charge for each test. Currently, they are open weekdays from 7:30 am to 3 pm — not including statutory holidays.
Starting Jan. 1, 2022, everyone coming to SAIT campuses must be able to prove full COVID-19 vaccination. Proof of negative COVID-19 tests will no longer be accepted.
It is mandatory for SFU community members to submit Vaccine Declarations. Declarations are used to inform SFU’s Safety Plan to encourage the community to get vaccinated and to help SFU plan for safety measures on campus including rapid screening. Getting vaccinated is the most important thing we can do to protect ourselves and our community from COVID-19.
University of Alberta
Effective November 1, 2021, individuals may not attend on Properties unless they are Fully Vaccinated and have provided Proof of Vaccination to the University as directed by the University. Individuals are required to maintain ongoing Fully Vaccinated status in the event that Health Canada updates its requirements for full vaccine protection, in which case the University will update and communicate timing requirements for maintaining Fully Vaccinated status accordingly.
**Note: This means that to be considered Fully Vaccinated by November 1, 2021, the individual must by no later than October 18, 2021 have received their second dose of a vaccine that falls within the definition of Fully Vaccinated.
Self Reporting Courses: If you cannot find one or more of their courses in the drop-down menus of the UAlberta application (excluding Apply Alberta), they are asked to please contact Student Connect at uab.ca/ask following the submission of their application and ask that the missing course(s) be added to their application. The same applies to students who have reached the maximum number of self-reported courses in the UAlberta application.
University of Calgary
All students, staff and faculty are required to upload their proof of vaccination immediately on the Thrive Health Portal.
Quarterly system: As a result of COVID 19, we recognize that school boards/education systems have taken a variety of approaches to the high school semester structure (quad-semester, octo-semester, regular semester). To ensure a consistent and equitable process across the different semester structures being used this year, the University of Calgary will accept transcripts for admission evaluation following traditional semester timelines:
Grade 11 as soon as you apply
February for any courses completed between September and January
July for courses completed between February and June.
Students in a non-semestered or linear school will be able to submit interim/predicted grades as per our regular processes.
University of Regina
The University of Regina continues to prioritize the health and safety of our students, faculty, staff, and broader community. As such, the University requires that all students, faculty, and staff provide proof of full vaccination.
Students, faculty, and staff who are not fully vaccinated for any reason, or who choose not to disclose their vaccination status, will be required to undergo regular, rapid antigen testing and receive ongoing negative test results to attend any University of Regina campus in person.
General Admission Information
The following admissions information is generalized. Steps 1, 2 and 3 are applicable to all post secondary institutions, and many institutions offer registration and loans workshops. Check the website of your institution for information. This information will help walk you through the process of applying for your program and the following steps.