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In order to attend Selkirk College you must meet the admission requirements for the college and for the program you wish to enrol in.
Further, most first-time applicants are required to take the College Readiness Tool (CRT). Please refer to your acceptance letter to determine if you need to take the CRT.
Program Admission Requirements
All programs offered at Selkirk College have established admission requirements that must be satisfied by students seeking admission. Program requirements are listed on each program’s web page or can be viewed on our Program Admission Requirement Chart on this page.
Some courses are listed as 'or equivalent' for a complete list of course equivalents view our Equivalency Chart.
General College Admission Requirements
General admsission requirements to Selkirk College, as listed below, must be met prior to commencement of your chosen program.
Have graduated from a BC Senior Secondary School or equivalent, or
Be 19 years of age or older, or
Be under 19 years of age but have a written recommendation from your Secondary School Principal, or
Be considered by the Admissions & Standards Committee or Registrar to be capable of succeeding in college courses in view of your particular circumstances
Don't have the admission requirements for your program?
If you do not currently have the academic requirements, several options exist to set you up for success in our programs. Students can take a combination of preparatory and upgrading courses first, which will greatly enhance success.
Learn more about our Academic Upgrading programs to help you get the pre-requisites you need.
College Readiness Tool
Most first-time students are also required to take the College Readiness Tool to:
Help you to assess language and math skills
Provide you with advisory information about your skill proficiency in relation to the program to which you are applying
Allow you to make informed decisions regarding your readiness for enrolment
Help you in your course planning
Improve your success in your studies
Learn more about the CRT.