PLEASE NOTE: The following timeline has been identified for the resumption Keyano College applications and registrations:
- June 22: The Office of the Registrar re-opens to provide a variety of services to students. Services include student advising, inquiries about applications, transcript requests, T2202A requests, documentation pick-up and drop-off (for applications), and more.
- June 28: Apprenticeship registration opens. Please visit keyano.ca/wildfire for a FAQ related to Apprenticeship registration.
- July 4: Registration and application for all programs opens for the fall semester. This also includes non-credit programming, Basic Safety Orientation, and Testing Services. Online registration opens at this time as well (please note: registration for apprenticeship programs must be done in person or over the phone).
Learn more about the impact of the wildfire on Keyano College by visiting keyano.ca/wildfire.
All students at the College are required to register for their courses after they have applied and been accepted.
How to Register
Once students have received their acceptance letter to Keyano College, they will be advised on how to register for their program and/or courses. Along with an outline of the procedure, students will be notified about program fees and will be provided with other relevant information about the College. A student is considered registered once their courses are entered in the student information system in the Office of the Registrar and an assessment sheet of tuition and related fees is produced.
Upon registration in College credit courses, students are classified in either of these categories:
- Full-time Students
- Part-time Students
For the purposes of enrollment reporting for agencies such as Alberta Students' Finance, Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference (ACAC) and Employment and Immigration Canada, students taking 60% or more of the full program load in each term are classified as full-time.
A student who is registered in less than 60% of the full program load are classified as part-time students. Students who are receiving funding by student loans must maintain full-time status throughout the term. Students are responsible for knowing their registration status. A change in status may affect eligibility for sponsorship, loans, athletics, scholarships, financial awards and some College services.
Note: Students registering in Credit programs must apply first then can register for the specific courses after being admitted.
The personal information a student provides upon admission is being collected under the authority of the Colleges Act and in accordance with the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act of the Province of Alberta. Data collected is used to determine your eligibility for admission to a program and if accepted and registered, is used to process the student's enrollment, to administer and evaluate College programs, and for statistical purposes. Personal data compiled may also be used by the College or disclosed to third parties for other operational purposes that are consistent with the mission of Keyano College or as required by the Statistics Act of Canada, or by the Alberta government. Keyano College will only release student information with the written consent of that student. Consent to Release forms are available from the Office of the Registrar. Public inquiries directly related to the collection and use of this information should be directed to the Keyano College FOIP Coordinator at 780-791-4853.