In addition to online registration for our courses, you can contact us by phone at one of our seven Community Education & Workplace Training locations throughout the West Kootenay/Boundary region.
Find your course or courses.
Go to “Register Now” and click on the link. Select Add to Cart for all courses you would like to study.
Go to Checkout.
Enter your student number if you have one. If not select one of the two links at the bottom of the page to find your student number or register for one.
Pay online for your course.
Email confirmation will be sent.
By phone We can process your registration over the phone with Visa or MasterCard payments.
Trail Campus (serving Rossland and Salmo)
Silver King Campus (serving the Slocan Valley)
KSA/Tenth Street Campuses
Grand Forks Campus
By Mail: To register by mail, please send a cheque or money order with a completed copy of our registration form and mail to the campus offering your course. Please make sure to enter your course location as courses are often offered at multiple campuses.
Academic and Physical Access Accommodations
Academic and Physical Accommodations can be provided for students with a documented disability. Accessibility Services are avaialble on all campuses.
We recommend that you are in contact with an Accessibility Coordinator at least 3 weeks before your Selkirk College Community Education course start date. This lead time is important as we want to ensure that you have the opportunity to access the services and supports you need, many of which require time to plan and implement.
To make an appointment with an Accessibility Coordinator, please call the WELCOME DESK at 250.304.6501.
To learn more about Academic and Physical Accommodations and Selkirk's Accessibility Services please visit our website.
Fees are due at the time of registration. As Community Education & Workplace Training courses operate on a cost-recovery basis, we will not reserve spaces in the absence of payment.
Campuses can accept cash, cheque, credit card, debit card or money order. Students can also pay using an online bank account through their financial institution or pay with a credit card online through their student record account.
Students are not permitted to re-register in any Selkirk College courses until all outstanding obligations to the College have been met.
Students can check their student account online.
The College does not send out invoices. It is the responsibility of the student to make sure they have no outstanding debt to the college.
Tuition & Enrolment Certificates (Formerly T2202 Tax Forms)
If you are interested in learning whether your program or course is tax deductible, please click here.
Cancelation of Classes
If there are not enough registrations to cover the costs of instruction, the course will be canceled and fees will be refunded in full. There will be no classes on statutory holidays.
Registration by Employer or Sponsor
For more information regarding registration by an employer or sponsor, please see here.
Withdrawals & Refunds
As Community Education classes operate on a cost-recovery basis, last-minute withdrawals make it difficult for us to meet commitments to our instructional staff. For this reason, unless otherwise specified, refunds will be given according to the following schedule:
Withdrawals four business days prior to the start of a course - 100% refund
Withdrawals 1-3 business days prior - 50% refund
Withdrawals on the day of course - no refund
Tuition for online courses is non-refundable or transferable.
Please note that refunds apply only to tuition costs.