During the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, our student recruitment and admissions staff are fully available and reachable by phone and email. However, in-person appointments are suspended at this time. Student recruitment officers are available by phone at 250-960-6306, Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., or can be reached via email at futurestudents@unbc.ca. For the latest updates, please visit our coronavirus (COVID-19) website.

Undergraduate Steps to Apply

1. Explore

Begin by exploring our program information, admission requirements, fees, and deadlines. Then check out the online budget calculator, find out more about student life, see our beautiful campus, and join the UNBC community on social media.


Tell us about yourself

Receive personalized emails about your programs of interest, insider tips and hints, faculty information, student life and so much more!


Apply to UNBC

2. Apply

Apply to UNBC

Indigenous applicants

International

Submit your application

3. Submit

Email unofficial documents to admissions@unbc.ca.

Mail official, sealed documents to:

University of Northern British Columbia
Undergraduate Admissions
3333 University Way
Prince George, BC
V2N 4Z9

BC high school students: send transcripts through the Ministry of Education.


Questions or issues? Call 250-960-6306 or email futurestudents@unbc.ca.

Accept and confirm

4. Accept and confirm your offer

Wait for your acceptance letter in the mail. Once accepted, (congratulations!) we will email you registration tips, orientation information, and schedules for upcoming activities and events.

Indigenous applicants

International applicants

Register

5. Register for classes

Now that you've been accepted, let's make it official.

Check the website or our email for information about when each semester's course schedule is released and open for registration.

Course registration at UNBC is available on a first-come, first-served basis. Register early for both fall (September) and winter (January) for the best selection!

Registration inquiries: Please contact 250-960-6306 or email futurestudents@unbc.ca.

Attend Orientation

6. Attend Orientation

Once you have registered for courses, you will receive an invitation to Orientation. Be sure to RSVP to receive newsletters and updates throughout the summer.

Arrived

7. You’ve arrived

You've registered for courses, sent in your RSVP for Orientation, found housing, and are ready to begin studies. What's next?

Access your course registration and schedule, UNBC webmail, course materials and assignments all on myUNBC.


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