Glenbow College Campus is located at the core of Calgary Downtown that is equipped with all amenities for a student’s success. Our college community is diverse and offers activities and opportunities to make a new comer feel right at home.
Campus Location: Suite 100, 940 6th Ave. SW, Calgary, Alberta, T2P 3T1 International Student Orientation: All International Students must attend the Orientation program that provides students with important academic information and polices, covers cross cultural sessions and elaborates on all services that the college offers. Student Orientation takes place on the first of day of the programs.
Settlement and Career and Services are available to all students while in school and as graduates. Career and Settlement Service unit provides:
- Airport Pickup at a cost ($50 per pick up from Calgary International Airport to Student’s Residence (Hotel/Rental Accommodation etc.)
- Assistance with bank accounts, cell phones, etc.
- Guidance with International Student Medical Insurance on a need basis
- Information on employment regulations and social insurance
- Social Activities and Cross-Cultural Communication Skills
- International Student Counselling and Academic support
- Workshop on cover letter and resume writing
- Workshop on Interview tips, preparation and practices
- Workshop onTips, strategies and tactics on effective job searching
- One-on-one sessions to identify skill strengths, review cover letter and resume, practice interviews
- Support on ensuring successful practicum placement to ensure student preparedness
More details on settlement, services ( emergency contact, mental health and support etc) and career services please see our New Comers Guide.
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Hours of Operations
Glenbow College’s International Office is open during the following office hours for general questions, for students to drop off official educational documents and for any request of educational documents, letters etc. If you have specific questions that you need to discuss with an international advisor, please visit the office during:
Daily Office Hours:
Monday to Friday : 9:00 a.m. – 4:30 pm (except weekends, holidays and college closures)
Drop-In Advising Hours between 1:30pm and 3:30pm ( Mon-Fri), or make an appointment.
Please note that the College will be closed on:
Weekends and all Statutory HolidaysTime shown above are Mountain Standard Time Time zone in Alberta, Canada is GMT-7
Email (Future Students): firstname.lastname@example.org
Email (Currently Enrolled Students): email@example.com
You must include your Student ID in your email.
Glenbow College Address and Phone Number:
GC International Education Office
Suite 100, 940 6th Ave. SW, Calgary, Alberta, T2P 3T1, CANADA
If you are currently a student in Canada with a permit, visit the IRCC website to learn how to extend your study permit.
The term “student record” refers to the collection of data dealing with an individual who is associated with a program or course of study at Glenbow College. Glenbow College maintains individual records and information about students for the purpose of providing educational, vocational, and personal services to its students. It is Glenbow College policy to comply fully with the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. Most of the data is categorized as academic, personal and/or financial and is maintained by the Registrar’s Office. The Official College Record for each student is a permanent record consisting minimally of the student’s name, student number, personal data, achievement, and academic decisions and should be maintained for a minimum of 20 years.
By applying for admission to Glenbow College and by enrolling in a program at the College, students consent to the collection of their personal information by Glenbow College for educational, administrative and statistical purposes. The information is needed to process their admission application and their enrolment and registration in academic programs; to record and track their academic progress; to provide the basis for awards and for related recordkeeping purposes. Students agree that all information and documentation submitted to the College in support of an application for admission, counselling and disability services, or financial award, or any petition or appeal, becomes the property of the College.
Content of Student Records: While a student is in attendance at the college, the following documents comprise their record:
- Application form and its documentation and admissions correspondence;
- Cumulative record of grades;
- Receipt of payment of fees;
- Record of changes of status (i.e., name change, address change, grade change);
- Record of withdrawal;
- Accounts of faculty decisions on standing and promotion;
- Record of requests for transcripts;
- Transfer Credit forms;
- Any in-course documentation from college or third party sources which concern student’s status (i.e., letters from sponsoring agencies, record of disciplinary actions, etc.);
- Anecdotal description of student progress in specific programs (i.e., nursing clinical experience);
- The computer record carries the codes or full account of the current status created by the documentation identified above.