TO THE BRIERCREST COLLEGE STUDENT BODY!
On this page, you can find important information to help you make the transition to Briercrest. If you have further questions or have trouble finding something, please don't hesitate to contact your Admissions Adviser (Bryan or Erin).
Check-in: August 31 (8:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.)
Week of Welcome Schedule (PDF)
Campus and Caronport Maps:
Before you begin the WoW Amazing Race, remember to follow
Bible Knowledge Survey - Instructions
You'll receive this guidebook in the mail (if you haven't already), but if you lose it or don't have it with you, this is an electronic version that you can access any time. It has a lot of key information to help you know what you need to do from the time you're accepted to the time you arrive on campus. It also contains information that will be useful throughout your time at Briercrest.
Tip: Your parents might appreciate having access to this guidebook. It will answer many of their questions.
These detailed instructions (with pictures!) take you through each step to help you gain access to the online tools you need to be a Briercrest student. Once you are accepted you will receive instructions by email that will allow you to start the process of getting set up.
Since as a Briercrest student, you will be accessing various online portals. Here's a handy reference (PDF) to help you navigate which portal is used for what purpose. PS Note that as a current Briercrest student you can also install Microsoft 365 for FREE.
This document provides information for choosing your courses and offers suggestions for what to take in your first semester.
Get more out of courses by accessing resources and support provided to you by our Student Success Centre.
Self-identification helps smooth your transition to college and helps you and Briercrest build relationships with your community. Please contact Kallie Wood, our Aboriginal Director.
Briercrest College and Seminary is in the peaceful, rural village of Caronport. The neighbouring city of Moose Jaw is 20 km east of Caronport on the #1 Highway and provides many of the services you will need - particularly if you are not living in a dorm. Here's a sampling of what you can find in Caronport and Moose Jaw.
There is a small convenience store in Caronport (at the Husky gas station) which carries standard c-store fare. All other grocery needs can be met in Moose Jaw. The main grocery stores are Co-op Marketplace, Real Canadian Superstore, and Safeway.
Moving to Caronport as a village resident (non-dorm) (External blog)
Caronport is a unique school town with education opportunities ranging from Kindergarten to graduate degrees. It is also a rural village with the peaceful and sometimes challenging advantages of being located on the prairies. One resident blogged about the things she wished she knew when she first moved to Caronport. We share it with you hoping it will help to ease your transition.