Got a question? Find below a collection of answers to most common questions, all in one place.
Should you have any questions, please refer them to us at Student Services via email at [email protected] or phone us at 604-899-0803 ext. 198, Monday-Friday between 8:00 am and 5:00 pm (PST). Please allow 1-2 business days for us to respond to your request.
Our Online Support team will be sending you a Welcome email and details on accessing your courses online via Schoology 1-2 business days before the program start date. For technical assistance, please contact our Online Support team at [email protected] or 604-899-0803 ext. 197, Monday-Friday between 8:00 am and 8:30 pm (PST).
Please review our Policy on Attendance and Lateness for more information.
Please review our Policy on Academic Standards for more information. Your Program and Course outline contains information on mandatory pre-requisites. Students must complete their failed module(s) within 1 calendar year or their enrollment at the College will be considered cancelled/withdrawn.
Please refer to the Policy on Leave of Absence for further information regarding the above.
Students who are taking a Leave of Absence (LOA) must return to studies within 180 calendar days (6 months) or their enrollment at the College will be considered cancelled/withdrawn.
For submission requirements, please get in touch with the ICCRC directly or refer to their Registration Guide. They can be reached at [email protected] or 289-348-0422. Please note:
We cannot fast track your studies in order for you to qualify for an earlier EPE date.
If you have completed our IMCD program over 3 years ago, you would be required to take extra modules to be academically comparable to a current IMCD graduate, including modules you may have completed previously. Completing these extra modules successfully would ensure a recommendation from our Program Director to the ICCRC on your behalf upon graduation. With successful completion of these extra credits you will have another 3 calendar years and up to 4 attempts from your program end date to write the ICCRC’s Entry-To-Practice (EPE) exam.
To have your previous credentials evaluated for a refresher IMCD program, please contact us at Student Services by emailing [email protected]. You may provide your Resume or any additional supporting documents which outline your experience in the immigration field. Evaluations vary, thus once the IMCD Program Director has reviewed your file, we will get in touch with you regarding costs and timelines.
Please note: An evaluation outcome by the Program Director cannot be challenged and therefore, is non-negotiable.
In the event that your short course or program was cancelled by the College due to low enrollment, you would be able to either receive a full refund of your fees paid to the College or defer your studies to the next start date (dependent on availability).
For a list of our approved payment methods please check our Payment Options page.
Please refer to the Payment Schedule you signed upon admission to the program for due dates. All deadlines are final as per the Payment Schedule you signed along with your contract. Student Services will send you a reminder notification of your tuition due date by email, it is your responsibility as a student to meet the payment due date deadline.
If you are a Student Loan Student, please be reminded that it is your responsibility that your funding will come through on time, despite waiting for loan approval. Loans can take up to 6-8 weeks to approve. Should you wish to pay the first installment of your tuition with a student loan, you must apply at least 2 months before your program start date.
You can pay tuition in person via debit or certified bank draft only. Please note, we do not accept cash or cheques at the College.
Please note: You will be suspended due to non-payment if your tuition fees is not paid on time. You will not be able to rejoin your classes until you submit payment and our accounting department has marked it as paid in full. Kindly allow 2-3 business days for all payments to be posted to your student file.
Upon graduation students are issued one (1) complimentary copy of their official transcript.
If requesting your transcript to be mailed out, it will be mailed to the address you specified on your Credential Release form. All graduating students should expect their transcript in the mail 2-3 weeks after the last day of the program in order to allow for instructors to finalize grades and for Student Services to print credentials.
If you are picking up your transcript from our downtown Vancouver or Abbotsford campus, a member of the Student Services team will contact you once the transcript is ready to be picked up. Please bring a copy of your ID when you arrive.
Additional transcripts, they can be purchased through our website here: **Please indicate in the additional information section to which address would you require your transcript to be mailed.
Ashton College will not release credentials without students submitting their Credential Release form to Student Services at [email protected]. If you have not received your transcript, this document may still be outstanding or you may have sent it to the wrong email address. Please contact Student Services to verify this information for you.
Your Certificate/Diploma will be presented to you at the next Graduation Ceremony. We cannot release your Certificate/Diploma prior to the graduation ceremony.
If you are not available to attend the ceremony, your Diploma/Certificate will be mailed out via regular mail to the address you indicated on your Credential Release form. Alternatively you can pick your Certificate/Diploma at your Campus of study (Vancouver or Abbotsford)
Due to the volume of graduates, please allow 2-3 weeks after the Graduation Ceremony to receive your Diploma/Certificate in the mail.
Please check our website for upcoming dates. You will be required to purchase a ticket for yourself and any guests if attending: