The Student Records department will be working for you before you begin your education and long after you're done. Whether you need transfer credit or a criminal record check to get started on your educational path, a verification of enrolment to access money to pay for your courses or a transcript or credential to confirm your academic achievement, Student Records is here to provide you with the right document when you need it.
Services Offered by Student Records
Request your official Camosun College transcript or print an unofficial academic record from Camlink.
Have your official transcripts from other colleges or universities evaluated for potential credit towards a Camosun College credential.
Request a Confirmation of Enrolment which can include a letter of enrolment or the verification of a third-party form (or registrar's stamp, an institution seal or stamp, or a school seal or stamp); official proof you’re enrolled at Camosun College.
The Tuition and Enrolment Certificate (T2202) is an official tax receipt that summarizes eligible tuition, fees, and months of study for qualifying courses.
The Criminal Records Review Act requires students registered in a post-secondary program, where they may be working with children and/or vulnerable persons, must have a Criminal Record Check (CRC) conducted by the Ministry of Public Safety & Solicitor General. The Ministry of Public Safety & Solicitor General is the authorized body under the Act to review offences and make a determination of risk.
Services for students
There are many Camosun resources to help you along the way.
- Need help with program, course or transfer choices? Contact Academic Advising.
- Have questions about your Camosun admission requirements, program demand or your application? Contact Admissions.
- Wondering how to register for courses or how to use Camlink? Contact Registration.
- Need personal, career or cultural counselling? Contact Counselling.
- Are you an international student? Contact Camosun International.
- Are you an Indigenous student? You may also contact the Centre for Indigenous Education and Community Connections.