|Position Responsible:||Senior Education Administrator|
|Implementation Date:||February 19, 2015|
|Date of Last Revision:||May 1, 2014|
Catholic Pacific College is committed to enrolling students who meet program admission criteria and who are likely to succeed in achieving their educational and career goals.
Catholic Pacific College admits students of any race, colour, ancestry, place of origin, religion, marital status, family status, disability, gender, sexual orientation or age, provided they have met the admission criteria of the program.
1. The institution’s Administrative Assistant refers all inquiries to the Admissions Representative.
2. The Admissions Representative meets with the prospective student to discuss the program of interest. Depending on the availability and distance of the prospective student (and his or her parents), admissions meetings may take place face-to-face, via phone, or via online video.
3. Once the student has decided on a program of study, the Admission Representative reviews the admission criteria for the program with the student to ensure that he or she meets all of the criteria.
4. The Admissions Representative obtains evidence (e.g. transcript, proof of age, etc.) from the student that he or she meets all of the program’s admission criteria and places the evidence in the student file. The admission criteria cannot be waived by either the school or the applicant.
5. After receiving evidence that the prospective student meets all of the admission criteria, the Admissions Representative prepares a Student Enrolment Contract and meets with the prospective student to review the policies that will affect the student during his/her completion of the program of study and to review the contract. Prospective students will receive copies of all policies listed below prior to signing the contract:
If, after understanding his or her rights and responsibilities, the prospective student wishes to sign the contract, the Admission Representative arranges for the prospective student to meet with the Senior Education Administrator.
6. The Senior Education Administrator meets with the prospective student to discuss his/her educational goals and commitment to completing the program of study. Financial arrangements for payment of tuition and other fees are also discussed.
7. If the Senior Education Administrator and the prospective student agree on a financial arrangement, they sign the contract and the Senior Education Administrator delivers a copy of the signed contract, along with a copy of all student policies to the student.