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Coquitlam College anticipates opening our Coquitlam and Surrey campuses for in-person instruction, but with limited campus services for September 2021, in accordance with recent guidelines announced by our Provincial Health Authority and Education Ministries. 

As we prepare to welcome students back to campus, we will be updating the college website as we receive more information and guidelines from the Provincial Health Authority, the Ministry of Education, and the Ministry of Advanced Education.  
Click here for more details about BC’s proposal for September’s return-to-classes:  COVID-19 Post-Secondary Fall 2021 Return to Campus Primer

Fall 2021 Registration 
Registration for the Fall 2021 semester will take place via Zoom. Once you have made an appointment, the College will send you a Zoom link 2 days prior to your Registration time. Only call the College if you have not received an email 1 day prior.  
Continuing and Returning student registration begins on Tuesday, June 15, 2021. 
New student registration begins on Monday, June 21, 2021. 
Please visit your Student Portal for your earliest login time to make an appointment.  
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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

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

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

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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.