This rule applies to the admission of students to all courses leading to a Diploma of College Studies (DEC), an Attestation of College Studies (AEC), a Diploma of Vocational Studies (DVS) or an Attestation of Vocational Specialization (ASP). In addition, this regulation concerns the regular college curriculum, continuing education and vocational education and training programs. To be admitted, applicants must meet the following general procedural requirements and have graduated from an accredited high school or have received a General Equivalency Diploma (GED) from a state Ministry of Education. Available placement tests include English, Biology, Social Studies, Math and World Languages. Prospective families have the opportunity to register for one or more placement tests after submitting their application. Please note that placement tests are not used as a measure or assessment tool for the submission review process. Applicants must provide documents in the form of official transcripts sent directly from the institution to LaSalle College in Vancouver, clearly indicating that the requirements for graduation have been met and the date of graduation. Submissions from outside Canada will be evaluated by LaSalle College in Vancouver prior to acceptance. For countries where it is not possible to obtain official documents directly from the institution, applicants should consult their marketing authorisation representative to determine which forms of documentation are acceptable.
In some cases, an assessment of eligibility by a credit rating agency may be required. Once the teacher has completed and submitted the recommendation, it will be sent directly to our admissions team. Your candidate checklist will be updated to indicate that the recommendation has been received. Canadian applicants (citizens, permanent residents) to LaSalle College in Vancouver who do not have a high school diploma or GED certificate may be eligible for admission as a mature student if they meet the following criteria: Instead of proof of high school diploma, applicants with a post-secondary diploma, associate degree or higher from an accredited post-secondary institution (or equivalent degree, if attending an institution outside Canada), may provide official transcripts for evidence issued. An applicant who is homeschooled must be able to provide a high school diploma proving that they have completed high school or meet the applicable provincial homeschooling requirements in the province where the student resided during home schooling. Other evidence of the bachelor`s degree or its equivalency may be considered in special circumstances and must be approved by the Dean of Studies. Visiting and visiting our campus is an important part of your admission journey! Join us for a campus tour, visit your current school, explore our campus online or join us at our open house! If you have any questions about our optional placement tests, please contact us at email@example.com. Qualified candidates who wish to continue their studies at La Salle in an adult undergraduate program are welcome in evening, online and part-time programs. Admission decisions are based on previous academic records, current scholarships, relevance, experience, potential and recommendations. Students interested in moving on to a bachelor`s degree program should have a minimum GPA of 2.25 with a cumulative GPA of 2.50. Some programs may require different requirements.
Prospective students who wish to attend LaSalle College Vancouver and who do not qualify as mature students must have met the requirements for a high school diploma or equivalent, such as the Certificate of General Education Development (GED), as determined by the recognized legal authority in the jurisdiction where the high school was completed. In the absence of such legal authority, LaSalle College Vancouver reserves the right to review educational credentials on a case-by-case basis. For students in British Columbia, a high school certificate is not considered equivalent to graduation. Each candidate`s academic transcript, completed essay and any other documents submitted will be evaluated by the admissions committee. The committee determines the applicant`s compatibility with LaSalle College programs in Vancouver and ultimately makes the final decision on admission to LaSalle College in Vancouver. Minimum admission requirements cannot be waived by LaSalle College Vancouver or the applicant. All applicants, except those who already hold a bachelor`s degree from an accredited college or university, can take oral and mathematical placement tests. The results of these tests allow the admissions committee to assess the candidate`s verbal and mathematical skills. Candidates must achieve minimum scores in all three sections of the Accuplacer test to pass.
If a candidate fails the test, they can try again after 24 hours or more. Applicants may request additional essays if they can demonstrate an instructional intervention suggesting that an improvement in the score would be possible. Applicants admitted as adult students have also met the minimum admission requirements. Students can apply for admission to most adult undergraduate programs that begin in the fall, spring, or summer semester. Upon admission, students are ranked according to the program of study for which they applied (i.e., as a Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science candidate). A candidate may also be admitted as a special or unregistered student to take courses without reference to degree requirements, All applicants from LaSalle College Vancouver will be assessed for admission based on their previous education, background and stated or demonstrated interest in any of our educational programs. An applicant must be a high school graduate, possess a Recognized High School Equivalency (GED ® * – General Education Diploma), or qualify as a mature student at least 19 years old at the time of the start of the program. Click here to start your application today! Below is a step-by-step guide to our admissions process from start to finish. Transfer Requester: Click here for steps and information specific to the transfer.
LaSalle College pursues an educational mission that embraces the idea of making education accessible. Each year, LaSalle College welcomes students who wish to obtain a college diploma, an attestation of college studies or a vocational studies diploma. In the interests of fairness and information, the following Regulation lays down the objectives, conditions and procedures for the application of the authorisation procedure. While a visit to LaSalle College Vancouver is not a requirement to submit an application form and registration agreement for acceptance, prospective students are encouraged to schedule a visit with one of our admissions representatives to discuss special needs, long- or short-term goals, and lifelong career aspirations. La Salle reserves the right to refuse admission or to request the resignation of students whose presence would be contrary to the idea of the University or compliance with its regulations. All students must provide official high school and college attendance transcripts and provide proof of high school diploma on the official transcript. Unofficial transcripts are acceptable for planning and testing purposes (if no formal transcript has been received). However, the official transcript is required 30 days after the start of the course and will be reviewed by the Registrar and included in the student`s file. It is at the discretion of the admissions manager to extend this period by up to one quarter.