Admission and Academic policies
There are many policies that will affect you as a student or prospective student at Camosun.
- Admission Policy
- Grading Policy
- Standards of Academic Progress
- Withdrawal Policy
- Student Conduct
- Student Appeals
- Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy
- Prior Learning Assessment
Admission Policy (pdf)
Camosun's admission policy explains your eligibility to apply to Camosun College. Please read this policy to find out if you can apply. If you have any questions about admission, Camosun’s Enrolment Services can help you.
Grading Policy (pdf)
The grading policy explains how grades are assigned at Camosun. Percentage to letter grade equivalents may be a bit different than you're used to if your last educational experience was at high school or another college or university. Grading Policy Change 2007
Standards of Academic Progress (pdf)
Camosun is committed to the success of each student. The College maintains a standard of academic progress to help students attain their educational goals and identify students when they are experiencing difficulties.
Withdrawal Policy (pdf)
It's important to know the withdrawal deadlines and procedures. Failing to withdraw by certain deadlines can affect you academically and financially.
Student Conduct (pdf)
As a student or prospective student taking part in college-related activities you are expected to conduct yourself in an appropriate way. This means the College does not tolerate academic dishonesty, cheating, plagiarism or conduct that is deemed inappropriate. Please ensure you understand the Student Conduct Policy, as failure to abide by this policy can result in serious consequences.
Student Appeals (pdf)
If you feel you have been treated unfairly, the College does have a formal appeal policy. For more information on our Appeal Policy please see Camosun College's Official Policy and Procedures.
Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy (pdf)
At Camosun we take your privacy very seriously. We adhere very strictly to the British Columbia Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Legislation. This means that we will not release any information about you or your student record to anyone without your written consent. If you want someone to help you with your registration or have access to your student record, please fill out a FOIPOP release form and submit it to the Enrolment Services Office at either campus.
Prior Learning Assessment
Camosun recognizes that the learning that some students gain from their life and work experiences may be equivalent to college-level learning. Through assessment, you may be able to acquire credit in a module, course or program.
Last updated: March 6, 2013 1:02 pm