ResourcesWhether you're a prospective student or already taking BCIT courses, you might be able to answer some of your questions by visiting the following links.
- Student Funding, Sponsorship, Refunds & Withdrawals
- Career Exploration, Job Search, and Funding
- Tutoring and Study Skills
- English as a Second Language
- Counselling and Student Development
Student funding, sponsorship, refunds, and withdrawals
Check out Student Financial Aid and Awards if you have questions about loans, grants, bursaries, and other financial awards.
Check out StudentAid BC if you have questions regarding financial aid for students with disabilities.
If you are a student who is going to be sponsored by an Agency, check out BCIT's Sponsorship process.
If you have questions regarding how to withdraw from a program or course, timelines and how to request a refund:
Download a Request to Withdraw from a Part-time Studies Course Form if you've decided to withdraw from a part-time course or program.
Download a Full-time Technology Withdrawal Form if you've decided to withdraw from a full-time program.
If you are a BCIT student registered with the Disability Resource Centre and you're withdrawing from a program or course due to a medical reason, book an appointment with the Disability Resource Centre.
Career exploration, job search, and funding
If you are a person with a disability and looking for career planning guidance, job search assistance, and funding, consider the following programs:
If you are uncertain about your career and are looking for assistance in identifying your interests, values, and personal style in order to make better informed career and lifestyle decisions, contact BCIT Counselling and Student Development Services.
For online resources that can help you in your career choices, check out BCIT Counselling and Student Development.
If you are a BCIT student or alumni and want help finding work, visit BCIT Student Employment Services.
Contact Program Advising if you have questions about BCIT certificates, diplomas, entry requirements, and any other program related information.
Program-specific Information Sessions are held throughout the year. They are a great way to learn more about the program(s) you're interested in and get your questions answered by faculty and staff. Call 604-434-1610 for more details.
Spend a half day at BCIT with a current student in your program of interest by signing up for the Spend-a-Day program.
If you want information about BCIT full-time programs and the part-time courses and programs all in one place, at one time, come to one of Big Info Sessions that are open to everyone and take place twice a year (spring and fall) at the main Burnaby Campus.
Take a guided Campus Tour with a Student Ambassador to see BCIT in-person. Tours are offered throughout the year from September until June.
If you are considering taking courses or a program at BCIT, but have questions about admissions, registration, requirements, how and when to apply, submitting documentation, applicant priority, fees and refunds, program availability, upgrading, transferring credits, and forms, check out BCIT Admissions and Registration.
Tutoring and study skills
If you are a BCIT student who needs help with your courses, visit the Learning Commons and see their schedule for free peer tutoring, success seminars, academic support, and study skills.
Check out BCIT Student Association if you're a BCIT student, need help with your courses, and are looking for one-on-one tutoring.
If you are a BCIT student enrolled in a Trades or Apprenticeship program and need help with your courses, the Trades Learning Centre provides tutorial assistance. The Learning Commons also offers tutoring for Trades students at UConnect.
If you are a BCIT student registered with the Disability Resource Centre, need help with your courses, and want one-on-one subject tutoring, book an appointment with the Disability Resource Centre.
Study Guides and Strategies is an on-line resource to enhance your academic success.
English as a second language
If you are a BCIT student with English as a second language and you want to practice and improve your English skills, visit the Learning Commons.