Recruiters and Academic Advisors are here to help you explore options at CNC. Academic Advisors are available to help you discuss programs and explain the admissions requirements. Recruiters are also available to answer your questions and introduce you to the different services CNC offers.
Call Academic Advising at 250-561-5818 to book a appointment or email firstname.lastname@example.org to talk with a Recruiter.
Prospective Student Appointments: To book an advising appointment, we first need to create and assign you a student number, which will require photo ID. Students should visit the Student Services office (Prince George campus 1-753) to set this up or call us at 250-561-5818 to discuss the process. Once you have been assigned your student number, you may then meet book an appointment with an academic advisor to discuss admissions requirements and eligible courses for your desired program.
To learn about support services for students with disabilities, contact Accessibility Services or phone to arrange an appointment 250-561-5838 or send an e-mail to email@example.com.
If you are attending school on a Regional Campus, please contact the Academic Advisor at your campus.
Getting started is the hardest part! We encourage students to research possible career/study interests and will often refer them to two free career questionnaires. One is called Career Cruising. CNC’s account username is: ‘new’ and the password is: ‘caledonia’. Once you are logged in, you can create your profile and click on ‘explore your interests’, where you will be asked a series of questions to generate different career options to consider. The other questionnaire is the Holland Code.
When you feel ready, you can connect with a CNC Recruiter or Academic Advisor to discuss studies at CNC. Call Academic Advising at 250-561-5818 to book a student appointment or email firstname.lastname@example.org to talk with a Recruiter.
You will need to meet with an Academic Advisor to review your transfer credit request. They will be able to advise you on your eligibility and guide you through the process. You will need to provide CNC a sealed official transcript from the institution you are transferring credits from and, in some cases, course outlines from the specific semester you took the course. For a step by step guide, please visit the CNC Transfer Credits webpage.
CNC offers several foundation and apprenticeship programs. Review our website to see the different educational offers. For detailed information on the Apprenticeship educational model in British Columbia and Canada, go to itabc.ca
If you are looking for a specific apprenticeship level training, visit tradestrainingbc.ca
Your first contact would be the Aboriginal Academic Advisor located in the Aboriginal Resource Centre in the Prince George Campus. This Advisor can help you navigate the application process alongside your Education Officer in the Band office.
A prerequisite is an academic requirement that needs to be met before you can register for that course (ie: PSYC 101 is the prerequisite for PSYC 102) A prerequisite may be a course, a series of courses and there would be a minimum grade requirement (usually C grade).
Changes to your course schedule may be done online through CNC Connect.
Keep in mind the deadlines for adding, dropping, and switching classes. The ‘Important Dates and Deadlines’ document will be listed on the CNC Admissions webpage. On the left-hand side, this document is posted under ‘Publications’.
If you are experiencing difficulties navigating CNC Connect, please contact the Office of the Registrar at 250-562-2131. Those registering or making changes to their semester schedules at the Office of the Registrar will be asked to show photo ID.
Please consult the ‘Important Dates and Deadlines’ document for a given semester. This can be found by visiting the CNC Admissions webpage. On the left-hand side, this document is posted under ‘Publications’.
Withdrawals may be done online through CNC Connect or at The Office of the Registrar. If you are experiencing difficulties navigating CNC Connect have further questions, please contact the Office of the Registrar at 250-562-2131.
Students who wish to change programs can do so by applying to the new program. The application fee will still apply and you will be required to meet the entrance requirements for that particular program. If you meet these requirements and there is space in the program, you may be offered a seat.
To graduate from a program, you must meet specific academic requirements, including the successful completion of particular courses. Some of the courses you have taken in a previous program may count for credit in a different program, but they will be subject to scrutiny to ensure they are valued as equivalent, as specified by the particular program.
Students are responsible for finding their own apprenticeship placements after they complete their foundation program.
Students are responsible for registering for their own courses and can do so online through CNC Connect. If you are experiencing difficulties navigating CNC Connect, please contact the Office of the Registrar at 250-562-2131. Those registering at the Office of the Registrar will be asked to show photo ID. If you are uncertain as to which courses you are eligible to register for your specific program, please contact Academic Advising at 250-561-5818.
If it is not possible to discuss your academics with your instructor, we recommend visiting Student Services (Prince George campus 1-753) or calling 250-561-5818 to arrange an appointment with either an Academic Advisor or a Wellness Coach. An Advisor or Coach will be able to review the steps you can take, such as accessing extra support throughout the remainder of the semester or possibly applying for a Medical/Personal Withdrawal.
Please visit Student Services (Prince George campus 1-753) or call 250-561-5818 to arrange an appointment with either an Academic Advisor or a Wellness Coach. Although an Advisor or Coach will not able to put in an application or advocate on your behalf, they can discuss the process for applying for a Medical/Personal Withdrawal and the implications for your studies in the program.
Plagiarism is considered Academic Misconduct and is defined in the Standards of Conduct: Student Responsibility and Accountability as "The presentation of someone else's work, words or ideas as it they were one's own". In other words if you wrote a paper, used a quote or directly copied information without citing (noting) appropriately you’d be called on plagiarism. For more info consult the Academic Conduct policy.
Other colleges and universities require students to be in good academic standing. They will ask you to provide official transcripts from CNC.
You can review your GPA by logging to your CNC Connect look: Academic Profile, Academic History. At the bottom of this last link you will find your GPA.
To calculate your GPA you can consult the Records Information in the current College Calendar.
Difficult to answer because there are variances in grad requirements for gpa between programs – consult the calendar for specifics or talk to an Academic Advisor.
There are different levels of gpa: Cumulative GPA, Semester GPA, Graduation GPA – definitions of all are listing in the Policies under Academic Standing Procedure: Term Grade Point Average.
You can access this information by logging into your CNC Connect, Academic Profile, Apply for Graduation. If you need additional information talk to an Academic advisor.
It depends as there are programs that require students to complete it within a specific time frame and other programs allow you to tailor your educational plans to fit your needs, and if you are an international student the answer should come from an advisor.
You will need to log into your CNC Connect in order to apply for graduation. On the student menu, find the Academic Profile heading, and click on ‘Apply for Graduation’. Follow the steps and your graduation application status will then be updated.
If you are experiencing difficulties navigating CNC Connect or have questions about how to apply, please contact the Office of the Registrar at 250-562-2131
Academic Advising is located on the main floor of the Prince George campus (past Office of the Registrar) Room 1-753.
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