University and Employment Preparation
As of Sept. 1, 2017, tuition is free (applicable fees still apply) for students accessing Adult Basic Education (campus or distance) or English as a Second Language. Low-income students can apply for a grant to cover books, a bus pass, and additional university fees.
*BC residents only for distance programs
Upgrade your skills. Complete prerequisites for admission into career, vocational and academic programs, or choose from several adult basic education diplomas including the BC Adult Graduation Diploma (the equivalent to high school completion).
Courses in biology, business, chemistry, computing, English, math, psychology, physics, science, social science and student success are designed for adult learners and delivered in small, student-centred classes through teaching methods that accommodate students' life experience and different learning styles.
- At least 17 years of age or one year out of school.
- Canadian citizen, permanent resident or student permit.
Specific questions about this program?
Specific questions about this program in Williams Lake?