Whether you are interested in getting involved with campus activities, need help with your email or need information about transferring programs, we are here to help you every step of the way.
Student Records & Online Registration
Student Payment Options
As of September 4, 2015 students can now pay for tuition with a credit card or debit card online through their Student Record account.
Students can access their student record by visiting: https://www3.selkirk.ca/reg/htbin/weblogin. Select "Fees" to review the outstanding balance on the account and to make a payment.
Students may also choose to pay their tuition in person with cash, cheque, money order, debit or credit card, or from an online bank account through their financial institution.
To make a payment through a financial institution, students will need to select Selkirk College as the payee and enter their six digit student number as the account number. Students will have the ability to enter a payment amount up to the total amount outstanding on their Student Record.
See our FAQ's here.
Moodle For Registered Students
Student Tax Forms
Tuition and Enrolment Certificates (formerly the T2202A tax form) - The Tuition, Education and Textbook Amounts Certificate is an official statement for income tax purposes. It is issued to all students who paid tuition and fees for qualifying courses. To access this form, please follow the link to log into your student record.
Disability Tax Credit - The disability tax credit (DTC) is a non-refundable tax credit that helps persons with disabilities or their supporting persons reduce the amount of income tax they may have to pay.
Information & Forms
Financial Aid & Workstudy
International Youth Internship Program - Selkirk College is offering overseas internship placements in partnership with Bow Valley College (Alberta) and College of the Rockies.
Study Abroad - International experiences are a great way to learn about yourself, your culture and see the world from a new perspective. Every Selkirk College student can have an international experience as a part of their studies.
TESOL - The Selkirk College TESOL Advanced Diploma program is for students interested in teaching English as a second or foreign language either domestically or internationally.
Student Email & IT Tickets
Student Union and Healthcare Plan
Student Access & Support
Selkirk Social Media
Connect with Selkirk in a social way and visit the Selkirk College social media pages that matter to you.
Graduation & Alumni