Congratulations on being accepted to Selkirk College! We are so glad that you have decided to join us. If you still need to apply to Selkirk College, we can walk you through the application process.
We are here to guide you through the registration process. If you need help, get in touch.
Pay your seat deposit
In order to register, you will need to pay a seat deposit. This deposit holds a spot in your desired program and will go toward your tuition for your first semester.
Check your acceptance letter for details on the seat deposit amount and how to pay it.
Register in your courses
Start by checking your email to see if you have received registration instructions. For some select programs, your enrolment officer will register you. If you're not sure, please get it touch!
If you are applying and registering from a country outside of Canada, please visit our steps for international students.
If you need guidance during the registration process, our academic counsellors can help you with:
Choosing the rights courses for your educational and career goals
Picking courses for university transferability
Creating a timetable with a healthy workload
Understanding tuition, fees and general financial aid eligibility requirements
Adding and dropping courses
Prerequisites and corequisites
Some courses have prerequisites and corequisites, be sure to check the academic calendar for requirements or contact an academic counsellor.
In Person: Learners and instructors meet in real time in the same physical location. This is typically on-campus, though it may be in other location (e.g., fieldwork, clinical courses in a hospital, field trips, weekend remote classes).
Online: The course curriculum is facilitated using digital/web-based technologies. Online courses may be delivered asynchronously or synchronously.
Asynchronous: Online courses that do not require real-time communication. Asynchronous courses have no required face-to-face, synchronous online or on-campus activities.
Synchronous: Online courses with real-time interactions between instructor(s) and learners. These courses typically have regularly scheduled meetings that may involve text, video or voice communication.
Hybrid: Courses that integrate in-person and online learning experiences. Typically, 50–80% of the course learning hours are completed in online and asynchronous formats.
HyFlex: The curriculum is designed intentionally and thoughtfully to provide learners choice all the way through the course and/or program.
To check your registration status, log into your student record. From there, click on "My Course Enrolment History" to view your registration and schedule.
Need help? For assistance with online registration, please contact your enrolment officer by email. Requests for assistant must be received in written format. If you don't have a computer, you can access one at our Castlegar and Nelson campuses to register online.
Prepare for next steps
Browse loans, grants, bursaries, scholarships and other resources.
After you apply and register, it's time to pay your tuition.
Find out all the services you can access as a student.