Recruitment & Admission Events

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This school year will very be different for many reasons; however, what will not change is the decision you will have to make for your future university. Rest assured we are here (virtually) to give you the information you need to make that decision.

Here is a list of opportunities to connect with us, ask your questions, meet current students and discover Campus Saint-Jean, one of the only francophone campuses in Western Canada.

Discover your Campus!

An opportunity to discover Campus Saint-Jean, its programs, student life on campus, and student scholarship offers. This presentation will last 25 mins and a 15 mins Q& A session will give you a chance to chat with a representative of the Faculty.

We can also offer a bilingual presentation should your parents wish to attend.

Online Campus Tours

Hosted by Campus Saint-Jean Ambassadors, this tour will introduce you to CSJ's main facilities. It will be a great opportunity to chat with current students!

Virtual Advising

If you have questions about a program or the scholarship opportunities at Campus Saint-Jean, you can talk to a CSJ advisor. See more »

Registration 101 

This workshop will guide students starting their first year of university through the registration process. Students will learn how to navigate the Bear Tracks platform to register for classes in the fall and winter semesters. They will also have the opportunity to chat with academic advisors and ask them questions about registration.

Click here for more information.

Discover U of A - Grade 10 and 11 students

This online event is a chance for grade 10 and 11 students to find out what they can study, what campus they should study at, what career opportunities are out there, and what happens after class!

This event will take place online over two evenings: Tuesday, May 4 and 11. You can choose to attend both nights and ALL our sessions—or select the ones that interest you! 

Find out more about the event and register for the sessions here