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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.

Spring 2021 Registration

The post-secondary programs at the College will continue with remote delivery for the Spring 2021 semester. CHEM 101, CHEM 102 and PHYS 102 labs will be delivered in the classroom-based format.

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.

Continuing and Returning student registration begins on Monday, October 19.
New Student registration begins on Friday, October 23.
Please visit the Student Portal for your earliest login time to make an appointment.

Registration for the Spring 2021 semester will take place via Zoom. Once you have made an appointment, we will send a Zoom link to your CC email 2 days prior to your appointment time.
Only call the College if you have not received an email 1 day prior.
Please do not come to the College for your appointment time.

Introducing CC Email and MyCC

CC Email is your Coquitlam College email address that you will use to log in to MyCC. Please click here to learn how to set up your CC email and log in to MyCC.

For Fall 2020 Semester program updates, please visit our Coronavirus (COVID-19) page.

University Transfer & Associate of Arts Degree:
All university transfer courses will be offered online.

High School:
All high school classes will be offered in-class at the College beginning September 10.

English Studies:
This program will be offered in a hybrid system. Classes will be offered in-class at the College and online for those students who are overseas.

The College will continue to update the public and staff as more guidelines are provided by the Provincial Health Officer, the Ministry of Education, and the Ministry of Advanced Education, Skills and Training. For more information, please visit the COVID-19 page.

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

STUDENT SERVICES

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

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Spring 2021 Registration

The post-secondary programs at the College will continue with remote delivery for the Spring 2021 semester. CHEM 101, CHEM 102 and PHYS 102 labs will be delivered in the classroom-based format.

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.

Continuing and Returning student registration begins on Monday, October 19.
New Student registration begins on Friday, October 23.

Registration for the Spring 2021 semester will take place via Zoom. Once you have made an appointment, we will send a Zoom link to your CC email or personal email 2 days prior to your appointment time.
Only call the College if you have not received an email 1 day prior.
Please do not come to the College for your appointment time.

Introducing CC Email and MyCC

CC Email is your Coquitlam College email address that you will use to log in to MyCC. Please click here to learn how to set up your CC email and log in to MyCC. Your instructors and student services will communicate with you only via your CC email. 

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic our courses for the Fall 2020 semester will be mainly online. As such we will not be charging an Activity Fee to students. For more information, please visit our website. 

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.