Scholarships and Bursaries

At Briercrest College and Seminary, we strive to ensure that our education is affordable and accessible for all students. Each year, we award thousands of dollars in scholarships and bursaries to new and returning students based on merit and financial need. Award amounts vary.

How to Apply for Briercrest Awards

New Students: To apply for a scholarship and/or bursary, please contact an admissions adviser at 1-800-667-5199. Once you've received your username and password to apply, you can access the form through Briercrest Live.

Current Students: use your Briercrest Live username and password to access the application form.

2014-2015 Opening Dates 

Continuing students: January 16, 2014

New students: February 1, 2014

Sites to access external scholarships and bursaries

Every year millions of dollars of scholarship and bursary money is not awarded because students have not applied for it. Some students have had success applying for awards they do not qualify for because no one else applied and the awards need to be disbursed. Applying takes time and effort, you may get many rejections for every scholarship or bursary you get, but the result could be money you would not have to pay back.

ScholarshipsCanada CanLearn 
Student Awards Foster Children Bursary
Indspire (awards available for First Nation, Inuit and Métis students)  

2014-2015 Application Deadlines

Continuing Students: February 25, 2014 and May 15, 2014.

If you do not receive an award in the first disbursement, your application will be retained and reviewed for future disbursals.

New Students: March 31, 2014 and May 15, 2014.

If you do not receive an award in the first disbursement, your application will be retained and reviewed for future disbursals.

Award Notification Dates

Continuing Students: March 31, 2014, June 16, 2014

New Students: May 8, 2014, June 16, 2014

Only students who receive an award will be notified.

If you would like further assistance, please contact the student financial adviser at 1-800-645-2275 or by email.

Award Types and Definitions

Award Types:

Scholarship- Awarded on the basis of academic excellence toward which secondary criteria may be applied.

Award - Awarded on the basis of academic proficiency toward which secondary criteria may be applied.

Bursary - Awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need, provided the student has met the requirement for satisfactory academic standing, toward which secondary criteria including academic achievement may be applied.

Open - Awarded to all categories of students, including new post-secondary, transfer and in-course students in high school, college, or seminary as specified in the award description.

Definitions:

Academic Excellence: student must achieve and maintain a 3.0 cumulative GPA or higher

Academic Proficiency: student must achieve and maintain a 2.3 cumulative GPA or higher

Secondary Criteria: additional requirements as specified in the award description

Full-tuition limit: financial awards that do not exceed the dollar value of a student's tuition per semester.  This limit does not include fees, room and board, or textbooks.

New student: new college student who has been accepted or any new transfer student 

Continuing student: college student who has enrolled in the previous 5 terms (i.e., any term within two academic years), completed a minimum of 12 credit hours at BCS (including modular and Distance Education courses), and is continuing in a program of studies at BCS or a re-entry student who is returning to studies after a two year absence.

Continuing student year of study: in determining year of study include the credit hours you are currently registered in to determine your completed hours total. Transfer students should include the transfer credits that have been applied to their program.

2nd year: 25-61 credit hours completed

3rd year: 62-92 credit hours completed

4th year: 93+ credit hours

Senior student: a student who has completed 61+ credit hours

Independent/Dependent Student:  Please see Scholarship Policy - Financial Need Calculation

 

Tips for Success

  • Complete the application - incomplete applications will not be considered
  • Read the criteria carefully
  • Only apply for awards you qualify for
  • Write clearly and concisely, address the requirements of the award
  • Have someone edit and critique your writing
  • Choose references well (not family members)
  • References should be someone who knows you well and will respond to requests for information promptly
  • Ask for permission of references before submitting their name
  • Ensure correct reference contact information

General Criteria (unless otherwise noted)

Each student who would like to be considered for an award from Briercrest College and Seminary must submit a completed application form by the stated deadlines and declare all information to be accurate to the best of his or her knowledge.

Eligibility

  • Official acceptance to Briercrest College (pending final official transcript review), meeting Briercrest College and Seminary admissions requirements.
  • Students applying for all scholarships/bursaries/awards are required to complete the application by the stated deadline each year.
  • Students are required to study on-campus except when fulfilling Intercultural Studies program internship requirements (Distance Education, Kaléo, IMPRINT and study abroad do not qualify).
  • Preference will be given to students who live in dorm.*
  • Students are required to have a cumulative GPA of 2.3 or higher.*
  • Students are required to maintain a minimum of 12 credit hours per semester in the year the scholarship/bursary/award is awarded to maintain eligibility. Enrolment in less than 12 credit hours per semester will result in termination of the award.*
  • Students are required to exhibit financial need for bursaries.
  • Continuing students (12+ credit hours) must declare a program.
  • Students must maintain good standing in all areas in the year awarded.
  • Student must meet criteria of the specific scholarship, bursary or award.

*With the exception of certain scholarships. Exceptions are noted in those specific award criteria.

Award amounts vary. Not all scholarships/bursaries are awarded every year.

Awards available to continuing students - Feb 25, 2014 deadline

Award type Award Category Award Name Value Number available Details and Criteria
Award Career Ernie and Martha Enns Award $1,300 2

For a returning college student who plans to work in a church, parachurch, or global ministry and who is diligent in all areas of school life 

General eligibility criteria apply

Scholarship Academic Program 2nd year Continuing Student Scholarship $1,500 10

Continuing BCS students entering  second year of studies

Miniumum 3.5 cumulative GPA 

All other general eligibility criteria apply

Scholarship Academic Program Gordon and Eloise Olmstead Biblical Studies Scholarship

$3,000

$1,000 per year renewable for 3 years 

1

Continuing student entering second year of studies with a Biblical Studies major

Minimum 3.5 cumulative GPA

All other general eligibility criteria apply

 Scholarship Academic Program  Upperclassmen Scholarship $1,000  4

Continuing students entering third or fourth year of studies at  BCS  

Miniumum 3.5 cumulative GPA  

All other general eligibility criteria apply

 Award Academic Program  David and Jeannie Hildebrand Memorial Scholarship for Music  $950  1

For a student in a worship arts program

General eligiblity criteria apply

 Award Academic Program   Continuing Business Student Award $2,000 

For BA Business students currently attending SIAST 2013-2014 returning to BCS as a full-time student 2014-2015

General eligibility criteria apply

 

Awards available to new students - March 31, 2014 deadline

Award type Award Category Award Name Value Number Available Details and Critieria
Scholarship Academic Program President's Scholarship

$14,000

$3500 per year renewable for 4 years

1

The President's Scholarship is intended for students who exemplify a capacity to embrace the mission of Briercrest College and Seminary and strive for academic excellence.

Minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA

Students must be involved in significant co-curricular activities each semester.  

All other general eligibility criteria apply

 Scholarship Academic Program  Dean's Scholarship

 $10,000

$2500 per year renewable for 4 years

 1

 The Dean's Scholarship is intended for students who exhibit an aptitude for a given degree program and strive for academic excellence. 

Minimum 3.5 cumulative GPA

Minimum 15 credit hours per semester

All other general eligibility criteria apply

Scholarship  Academic Program  Entrance Scholarship  $1,500  12

New students 

Minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA 

All other general elgibiltiy criteria apply 

Award  Career Frederick & Marjorie Jones Scholarship  $1,850  1

Student intending full time ministry

General eligibility criteria apply

 Award  Career Ministry Award   $925  1

Student intending full time ministry

General eligibility criteria apply


 

Awards available to continuing students - May 15, 2014 deadline

Award Type Award Category Award Name Value Number Available Details and Criteria
Bursary Bursary Managing God's Money Bursary $3,500 1

For students who exhibit financial need who "thirst" after the Lord; students who know God has called them to be at Briercrest and want to benefit from the Briercrest "Oasis."

General eligibility criteria apply

 Bursary Bursary   BCS Bursary $2,000 

For a student who exhibits financial need; preference for a student pursuing pastoral ministry

General eligibility criteria apply

 Bursary Bursary  Senior Pastoral Student Bursary  $1,100   1

For a senior student (62+ credit hours) intending pastoral ministry

General eligibility criteria apply

 Bursary Bursary  Karsgaard Foundation Heritage Fund   $1,000  3

For a second year student (25-61 credit hours) with interest in missions who exibits financial need  

General eligibility criteria apply

Bursary Hockey Doug Little Memorial Fund $1,850 1

To a student in good standing who has financial need; preference given to a member of the Clipper hockey team

General eligibility criteria apply

Award Career Strengthening Canadian Youth Ministry $2,500 1

For a student who demonstrates character and ability/giftedness in youth ministry; must demonstrate a heart for youth ministry through involvement; preference given to students with financial need; and preference given to students with a Youth Ministry major.

General eligibility criteria apply

 Award  Career/Service Joseph Chung Award $2,000 

For a student who has demonstrated a commitment to missionary service or ministry to people with special needs. 

General eligibility criteria apply

Award Service Walter Fender Memorial Scholarship $1,000 1

For a student serving as an RA in a men's dorm.

General eligibility criteria apply

Award Career G.A. Dan Murray Memorial Scholarship $950 1

For a second year student, studying with the goal of missions, who exercises their faith in meaningful life contacts. Preferably from Calgary area - especially from Foothills Alliance Church or Parkdale Missionary Church

General eligibility criteria apply

 Award Career  Senior Missions Award  $925  1

For a senior student (61+ credit hours)  who intendes a career in missions

Preference given to a student from Ontario

General eligibility criteria apply

 Award Career  Music/Worship Arts Award   $925  1

For a senior student (61+ credit hours) pursuing music or music ministry

Notable achiever

General eligibility criteria apply


 Award Career  Pastoral Student Award  $925  1

For a second (25-61 credit hours) or third year (62-92 credit hours) pastoral student

Preference given to students from Ontario

General eligibility criteria apply 

Award Academic Program Golden West Broadcasting Scholarship $700 1

For a student in the Worship Arts program.

 Award Career  Reed Memorial Scholarship  $500  1

For a Global Studies or TESOL student intending full time missions at home or overseas.

General eligibility criteria apply

Scholarship Career Esther Beck Memorial Scholarship $500 1

For a student entering his/her third or fourth year of studies at Briercrest College who meets the following requirements: 1 - solid academic standing with an obvious commitment to lifelong learning. 2 - demonstrated a consistent and honorable involvement with missions work whether at home or abroad.

General eligibility criteria apply

 

To a student entering his/her third or fourth year of studies at Briercrest College who meets the following requirements: 1 - The students will be in solid academic standing with an obvious commitment to lifelong learning. 2 - The students will have demonstrated a consistent and honorable involvement with missions work whether at home or abroad.

Awards available to new students - May 15, 2014 deadline

Award Type Award Category Award Name Value Details and Criteria
Bursary Bursary Managing God's Money Bursaries

$16,000 (approximately)

includes tuition, fees, room and board

Number Available

1

For students who exhibit financial need who "thirst" after the Lord; students who know God has called them to be at Briercrest and want to benefit from the Briercrest "Oasis."

General eligibility criteria apply

Bursary Bursary Earl and Elizabeth Poidevin

$1,000

Number Available

1

For a Briercrest College student with financial need

General eligibility criteria apply

Bursary Bursary Married Student Bursary

$950

Number Available

1

For a young married couple who have over come difficulities, demonstrate academic excellence and exhibit financial need

General eligibility criteria apply

Bursary Bursary Financial Need Bursary

$925

Number Available

1

For a student who exhibits financial need

General eligibility criteria apply

Bursary Bursary Child of Missionaries Bursary

$925

Number Available

1

To be awarded to a student with financial need with preference given first to children of missionary parents and secondly to children of parents in other full time vocational ministry

General eligibility criteria apply

Bursary Bursary New Student Bursary

$950

Number Available

1

For a student entering their first year of college

Preference given to students from Saskatchewan

General eligibility criteria apply

Bursary Bursary McCutcheon Jones Award

$400

Number Available

1

For a student who exhibits financial need

General eligibility criteria apply

Award Employment Dallas Lutzer Memorial Scholarship

$1,000

Number Available

2

For a student working at camp

Preference given to students working at Dallas Valley Ranch Camp

General eligibility criteria apply

Award Hockey Colin Burritt Memorial Scholarship

$1,000

Number Available

1

Clipper hockey player

General eligibility criteria apply

Award Location Ontario Student Award

$925

Number Available

1

For a student from southern Ontario

General eligibility criteria apply


Award Missional Character

$400

Number Available

1

Student who has experienced hardship and who is missional

General eligibility criteria apply

Award CHS Graduate Mark Lemke Memorial Scholarship

$500

Number Available

1

For a current grade 12 CHS student enterning Briercrest College

Preferance given to a football player, great athlete, great student and who is growing in their walk with the Lord

Second preferance for any CHS athlete with same qualities

General eligibility criteria apply

Award CHS Graduate CHS Graduate Award

$1,000

Number Available

1

For a current grade 12 CHS student entering Briercrest College after graduation

General eligibility criteria apply

 

Open Awards - May 15, 2014 deadline

Award Type Award Category Award Name Value Number Available Details and Criteria
Bursary Bursary Managing God's Money Bursary $5,000 1

For students who exhibit financial need who "thirst" after the Lord; students who know God has called them to be at Briercrest and want to benefit from the Briercrest "Oasis."

General eligibility criteria apply

Bursary Bursary Briercrest Opportunity Fund $2,500 1

Available to a full-time student who has demonstrated an active life of service to his or her community and has financial need.

General eligibility criteria apply 

Bursary Location BCS Bursary $2,000 1

For a student who exhibits financial need and who is from Quebec

General eligibility criteria apply

 Bursary Employment  Folklore Bursary   $1,000  1

For a student who worked with Folklore the previous summer and demonstrates a financial need

General eligibility criteria apply 

 Bursary Location  International Student Bursary  $950  1

For a student from overseas who demonstrates financial need

General eligibility criteria apply 

 

 Bursary Location  Trent Plato Memorial Bursary  $1,000  1

To a student who demonstrates a financial need

Preference given to students from the Burstall Area

General eligibility criteria apply 

 Bursary Family Relationship Pete and Anne Peters Honourary Bursary  $400  1

For a direct descendent Pete and Anne Peters

Or a Clipper basketball player 

General eligibility criteria apply 

Bursary Bursary Jolly Family Bursary $500 1

For a college or seminary aboriginal student (including non-status, Inuit, and Metis) with financial need.

First preference given to a student who demonstrates contribution to his or her community.

Second preference will be demonstrated academic excellence.


 Award  Service Joanne E Barkman Memorial Scholarship  $1,836  1

 For a direct descendent of Joanne E Barkman

Second preference - for a college student orginiating from Asia

Third preference given to a student planning to return to Asia for ministry

General eligibility criteria apply 

 Award Career  Boehr Construction Scholarship  $1,500  1

For a student who has worked in a trade before attending Briercrest or who intends to work in a trade after leaving Briercrest or who has done volunteer mission work using a trade   

General eligibility criteria apply   

 Award Family Relationship  Hildebrand-Soyland Scholarship  $950  1

For a student whose parents are missionaries

Preference will be be given first to missionaries' children whose parent(s) graduated from Briercrest 

If there are no applicants that are missionary children, then preference will be givent to children of parents in other full time vocational ministry

General eligibility criteria apply   

Award Service Earl Potter Community Service $1,000 1

For a student who has demonstrated outstanding community service, either in their community or through their time at Briercrest. 

General eligibility criteria apply 

Awards available to new students - August 10, 2014 deadline

Limited bursary funds will be available for new students who are experiencing financial difficulties.  

Criteria: 

  • new students who exhibit financial need
  • have not received an award from BCS in the 2013-2014 award year
  • general eligibility criteria apply

Application Deadline: August 10, 2013

Award Notification:  August 15, 2013

 Only students who receive an award will be notified. 

Emergency Bursary (continuing students) - November 15, 2014 deadline

Limited bursary funds will be available for continuing students who are experiencing financial difficulties.  

Criteria: 

  • continuing students who exhibit financial need
  • have not received an award from BCS in the 2014-2015 award year
  • general eligibility criteria apply

Open date: October 15, 2014

Application Deadline: November 15, 2014

Award Notification:  December 15, 2014

Only students who receive an award will be notified.

 

Camp/BCS Awards - application deadline August 31

Briercrest College and Seminary and One Hope (formerly CSSM) have enjoyed a relationship since the formation of Briercrest Bible Institute in 1935. The leadership of BCS and One Hope recognizes that one of the greatest barriers to students giving their summer to volunteer at a Bible Camp is finances.  In response, BCS and One Hope have partnered to create $2,000 scholarships targeted for students who choose to serve at One Hope camps in British Columbia, Saskatchewan and Manitoba.  It is hoped that these scholarship funds will increase the number of BCS students serving at a One Hope camp and will encourage students to place themselves in an environment where they can apply their learning to life and ministry.   

In addition to the One Hope camps in the areas listed above, Briercrest also has agreements with Southern Alberta Bible Camp and Camp Homewood which reflect the same criteria and desires.

Criteria

  • Students must attend BCS as full-time dorm, college or seminary students.
  • Students must maintain a minimum of 12 credit hours per semester in the year the scholarship is awarded to maintain eligibility.
  • Students must have a GPA of 2.3 or higher
  • Students must be recommended by their Camp Director.
  • Preference will be given to students who have served 2 summers at camp.
  • Students must indicate their intention to return to serve at the sponsoring camp the following summer.
  • Awards are limited to One Hope camps, Southern Alberta Bible Camp, and Camp Homewood.
  • Students may receive this award more than once.
  • Students whose parents qualify for BCS employee scholarships are not eligible for the Briercrest portion of the award.

This is a matching scholarship. Camps contribute $1000 and BCS will match the award.

Applications are initiated by the Camp Director.

Application Form

Application deadline: August 31

Applications must be submitted by the Camp Director to the Branch Director. Branch Directors please submit completed applications to studentfinance@briercrest.ca

Married Student Discount

Recipients will receive:
• 40% tuition discount for a spouse of a full-time student

Eligibility criteria:

Full-time student
• Full-time is defined as being registered for a minimum of:
o 12 credit hours per semester in the college or
o 9 credit hours in the seminary
• Distance Education courses may be used to maintain full-time status
• Distance Education courses used to maintain full-time status will only be counted in the
semester in which they were registered  

Spouse
• Meets the academic requirements of Briercrest College and Seminary
• Course(s) must be for credit
• On-campus courses only are eligible (except when completing Intercultural Studies program internship requirements)
• Distance Education courses qualify under the following conditions:
o Student must live on-campus
o Courses must be completed by the last day of class in the semester registered in

Other conditions and limitations:
• Discount will be applied to the student with the least number of credit hours
• Private music lessons do not qualify
• Married student discount used in combination with other scholarships and bursaries
may not exceed tuition in any given semester
• If tuition is being paid by an outside agency (excluding student loans) the student will
not be eligible for this discount
• Student must pass the course(s) or the discount will be reversed
• Failure to meet the terms and conditions will result in reversal of the discount. The
student will be responsible for any outstanding balance on their student account.
Eligibility will be reviewed one month following the semester end date
• Students will be notified by email/mail should they not meet the eligibility criteria
• Taxable benefit - T4A

 To apply for the discount, complete and submit the Married Student Discount Application Form.

 

 

Student-Athlete Scholarships

Student-athlete scholarships are awarded through the Athletics Recruitment office and the Student Finance office. Scholarships are disbursed in January and May after all grades have been posted.

Minimum Requirements:

  • 2.0 term GPA per semester in year one or first year of transfer.
  • 2.3 term GPA per semester in all successive seasons.
  • Students are expected to carry 12 college credit hours per semester or 9 seminary credit hours per semester.
  • Students must maintain good standing in all areas.

 

 

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Scholarship Policy

Briercrest College and Seminary Awards are adjudicated  through the Scholarship Committee.

Award Limits

As a general rule, an attempt is made to limit the total value of Briercrest awards (scholarships, bursaries, awards, discounts and rebates) offered to any one student to a sum that does not exceed a total equivalent to the value of tuition assessed during the academic year. This limit does not include awards received from organizations external to Briercrest College and Seminary.

Pool A Pool B Pool C
  • Awards, bursaries, or scholarships awarded through the scholarship application
  • Student-athlete scholarships
  • Married Student Discount
 Awards
  • Student Leader Awards
  • Student Government Awards
  • Leadership Awards

Rebates

  • Senior Dorm Rebate
  • Student Life Fee Rebate

Definition of Limits:

  • Students may accept/receive one award maximum from Pool A
  • Students are eligible to receive awards from Pool A and B to a maximum of full tuition
  • Awards and rebates in Pool C may be in addition to awards received from Pool A and/or B beyond the stated maximums

Deferment

Briercrest College and Seminary does not allow awards to be deferred. Should an award recipient not attend in the award year, the student is welcome to apply in future years.

Payment of Awards

Unless stated otherwise in an award's criteria, the monetary value of an award is applied toward payment of the recipient's tuition and fees at the end of September. Awards over $1000 are paid in two installments, one half in September and the balance at the end of January. Eligiblity will be reviewed prior to the funds being placed on the student's account.

Loss of Award

Should a student fail to meet the eligiblity requirements of the award, the student will be notified in writing by the Student Finance Office. Students will not be required to repay amounts previously placed on the student's account but will not be granted future disbursements of the award. Exception: student-athlete scholarships. Student-athletes please refer to your signed Scholarship Agreement for further details.

Appeal Process

Financial Aid appeals follow the Academic Review and Appeal Process found in the College Calendar.

Financial Need Calculation

Step 1. Determine student status

Independent Student Defininition

  • Student's parent(s), guardian(s) or sponsor are deceased or have disappeared
  • Student is married or a single parent with dependent children
  • Student has been out of high school for at least 4 years (48 months) i.e., for 2013 awarding graduated prior to 2009
  • Student has been working full-time for 2 or more periods of 12 consecutive months
  • Student is widowed, divorced or separated
Dependent Student Definition
  • Student has never been married
  • Student does not have children
  • Pursuing education within four years of graduating from high school (i.e., for 2013 awarding, graduated after 2010)
Step 2.  Calculate cost of attendance based on education costs + living costs
Independent Student - a monthly amount per dependent will be factored into the calculation
Step 3.  Calculate Income
Independent Student - spousal income will be considered
Dependent Student - parental income will be considered
Step 4.  Final Calculation
Total Expenses minus total income = financial need
BCS financial need calculation is based on the Saskatchewan Student Loan Administrative Guidelines.

 

Subject to Change Statement

Briercrest College and Seminary (BCS) reserves the right to change any of the policies of BCS at any time, including  those relating to admission, instruction, and graduation. The right to withdraw curricula, and specific courses, alter  course content, change the calendar, and to add or increase fees is similarly reserved. All such changes are effective  at such time as the proper authorities determine and may apply not only to prospective student but also to those  currently enrolled at BCS.

Exemplary Student Scholarship

Briercrest College offers the Exemplary Student Scholarship to individuals who are attending private Christian high schools and have been referred by their principal as the exemplary student in their graduating year. The student selected for this scholarship must have maintained a high level of academic achievement in their graduating class (85% or higher overall academic average) as well as demonstrated exemplary Christian character. 

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Location Awards

Some generous Briercrest supporters have chosen to contribute financial awards to students from particular geographical areas each year.

Award Type Award Category Award Name Value Number Available Details and Criteria
Award Location Briercrest Mid-West TBD by donor Number of students from area For students from the Lloydminster, SK and AB area. Application to Briercrest constitutes application to award.
Award Location Vanderhoof Award $500 Number of students from area Available to any freshman or transfer student who is living or has lived in Vanderhoof, BC, defined as living within the boundaries of the District of Vanderhoof or in the surrounding area with a Vanderhoof postal address.

Students must be enrolled full time and plan to study at Briercrest college for a full academic year.

Reference Forms

The following awards require reference forms. If a student has requested a reference from you, please complete the appropriate form and submit it by the award application deadline.

President's Scholarship reference form - due March 31, 2014

Dean's Scholarship reference form - due March 31, 2014

Managing God's Money reference form - due May 15, 2014

Senior Citizens Tuition Discount

Application Form

Senior Citizens Tuition Discount

For Audit:
Seniors (65+ during the term in which they are registered) may audit classes for free provided:

  • All other fees must be paid
  • Courses are audited on-campus at Briercrest College and Seminary.
  • The Senior Citizens Tuition Discount Form is completed. This form is available at the Academic Services office.
  • There is sufficient room in a course and permission is received from the Vice President Academic's Office for admission to the course.

For Credit:
Senior citizens (65+ during the term in which they are registered) may apply for tuition discount. The tuition discount is calculated upon the age of the individual (e.g. an individual aged 65 would receive a 65% reduction in tuition). The following conditions apply:

  • All other student fees must be paid.
  • Courses are taken on-campus or through Continuing and Distance Education (CDE).
  • The Senior Citizens Tuition Discount Form is completed. This form is available at the Academic Services office.
  • There is sufficient room in a course and permission is received from the Vice President Academic's Office for admission to the course.