Ready to jumpstart your education, your career and your future?
Then say yes to Georgian and get ready to experience MORE.
We offer more creative ways to get your hands-on learning, more supportive services, more dedicated faculty, and more of what you need to succeed.
Are you an international student? Visit the international admissions page for your next steps.
Step 1: Accept your offer
What if my offer is conditional?
You can still accept your offer! Before your program starts, you’ll need to meet requirements, complete courses or upgrading, or send in missing documents. For example, high school students need to complete their last few classes, and mature applicants may need to complete testing requirements. To see what you need to do, access your applicant dashboard at MyGCLife.ca.
How to access your applicant dashboard
Step 2: Pay your tuition deposit and plan your budget
Secure your seat
To secure your seat in the program, pay your $250 non-refundable tuition deposit ($2,500 for international students). This applies to OSAP recipients, too. After that, your full tuition fees are due at the start of each term. International students must pay full semester fees before registration. Visit the international admissions page for details.
Your non-refundable tuition deposit is due by the date below, or by the date on your acceptance letter (if the below date has passed):
- January 2022 start: Oct. 5, 2021
- May 2022 start: Feb. 16, 2022
- September 2022 start: June 15, 2022
Financial aid: You can afford this!
Postsecondary education is an investment in your future. There are many ways we can help you make ends meet.
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Step 3: Register for courses or co-op
How to register
Paying your deposit secures your seat in your program and makes you eligible to register for classes.
Full-time course registration opens about one month before classes begin. Your specific registration day and time can be found by clicking on Banner from the list of quick links in MyGCLife.ca. Check here about two months before the term starts. It’s to your benefit to register at your scheduled time, because courses fill up very quickly when our add/drop registration opens. View more registration information and useful tips.
How to get course exemptions
If you have relevant postsecondary experience, our transfer equivalency tool can help you explore course exemptions or advanced standing. If you have relevant work or life experience, you can do a prior learning assessment (PLAR) to see if you’re eligible for exemptions. Be sure to inquire or apply for credit transfers or PLAR at least 60 days before your term begins. Be mindful of processing times.
Step 4: Join the Georgian Community
Welcome to Georgian!
When you become a student here, you become part of the Georgian family.
So, plug into campus life! Join a team, create a club, find your groove — and ask for help if you need it.
Get your ONEcard
ONEcard is your student card, library card, print card, athletic centre pass, bus pass, meal card and more! Submit your photo online and visit the ONEcard webpage for more information and helpful tips.
Why Georgian College?
More choices. More hands-on learning. More job success.
Have questions about your offer of acceptance?
Contact your admissions officer
Reach out to your admissions officer whose name and contact information is included in your acceptance letter. You can also find contact information in your applicant dashboard at MyGCLife.ca.
Contact the Registrar’s Office
Alternatively, you can call our general admissions line at 705.722.1511 or fill out our online contact form.