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Coquitlam College is dedicated to providing students of all nations with excellent educational opportunities within an atmosphere of scholarly integrity and cultural sensitivity.

Fall 2021 Update

Coquitlam College anticipates opening the Coquitlam and Surrey campuses in September 2021 with as much face-to-face instruction as possible and in accordance with guidelines announced by the Provincial Health Authority.

The College will continue to follow COVID-19 Go Forward Guidelines for BC Post Secondary Sector. The College will continue to publish safety protocols and comply with all safety requirements.

Click to see: COVID-19 Post-Secondary Fall 2021 Return to Campus Primer.

As more information and guidelines come available from the Provincial Health Authority, the Ministry of Education, and the Ministry of Advanced Education, the College will update the school community as soon as possible.

Coquitlam College thanks you for your patience and determination during these difficult times. We look forward to seeing all of you once again on campus and in the classrooms.

Please find updated health and safety guidelines at our COVID-19 alert page.


Coquitlam College Office Staff and Counsellors are available via email or phone to help you with any questions but are unavailable in person.


At Coquitlam College, we’re pleased to offer the resources, services, and support to help you succeed during your time with us.


What's New

Summer 2021 Registration

The post-secondary programs at the College will continue with remote delivery for the Summer 2021 semester. 

The High School and English Studies programs will continue in the same formats as the Fall semester unless guidance from the Health Authority or Ministry of Education necessitates changes.

Important Information on Associate of Arts Degree General Requirements: 

  • CRWR 101 will no longer be used to fulfil the English requirement for the AA program effective Summer 2021
  • Students may receive credit for only one of MATH 120 or MATH 100
  • Students must complete both SOCI101 and 102 before taking SOCI 202

A student is considered as registered in their course/s for the Summer 2021 Semester once their registration form has been completed by the counselor via the zoom meeting. Any withdrawal from course/s (whether voluntary by the student or withdrawal by the administration due to an unpaid balance) after this point will be considered as dropped and will be subject to the College’s standard refund policy as stated on the website.

For our new Tuition Payment Policy effective from Summer 2021 semester, please click here.

Please note students with an unpaid tuition balance will not be contacted by phone, email, and letter or mail. It is the responsibility of the student to make sure the full tuition fees are received by the College before the deadline.

**Associate of Arts Degree/Completion letter request form:Click here

 (Please note, all certificate requests will take up to 30 business days for completion)

For Information on COVID-19, please click here.

In semester programs, care should be taken by each student to ensure that his/her courses are appropriate for the program selected, including the number of courses needed to complete the requirements for graduation.