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Recruitment & Admissions FAQ

We know life these days looks a little different for everyone, but we want you to know that we are still here supporting you in your next steps towards post-secondary education. We've tried to answer some of the more common questions asked regarding admissions and COVID-19, but if there's something we've missed, please reach out. Our admissions advisors are available.

For the Registrar and Academics FAQ, please click the following link:

FALL 2020 faq'S 

General Questions

Is the Recruitment & Admissions Office still open?
The Recruitment and Admissions Office is open and is encouraging virtual meetings! Please contact your admissions advisor or book a virtual campus tour here.
Will admissions staff be available for help and support?
Yes, our Admissions Advisors are still available to help you with any questions or concerns you may have. If you'd like more information or to book a meeting, please contact your admissions advisor, e-mail, or book a virtual campus tour here.
How can I contact the Recruitment and Admissions Office?
Phone: 403-410-2900
Toll Free: 1-800-461-1222
Full a staff list, visit
How will classes be delivered for Fall 2021?

We are hoping that our classes will be back to in-person in Fall 2021. More information to come.

Questions for Admitted Students

Will the COVID-19 situation affect new student registration?

New student registration opens May 1, 2021 for the 2021 Fall Semester and 2022 Winter Semester. Registration packages are delivered shortly after you are admitted. We are currently delivering courses in a hybrid format where some are in-person and others are online; however we are hoping to be back in person for fall 2021.

Have deadlines for scholarships changed?

All scholarship deadlines have been maintained.

Impacts to Prospective Student

Are you still doing campus tours?

We are encouraging everyone to book a virtual campus tour

  • To watch our online residence tour, click here

Book a Visit

Are there other ways I can learn more about Ambrose University?
Our admissions advisors are available by phone call, Zoom and email. Please contact your admissions advisor to set up an appointment for a consultation. In addition, we have compiled our online resources such as viewbooks, program brochures, and video content here for your convenience.

Future of Current Applicants

Will the COVID-19 situation affect my application status?
All members of our staff are committed to processing applications in a timely manner. It is possible that we may experience some delays as a result of changes implemented for COVID-19, but we are working diligently to process applications as quickly as possible. Should delays occur, we will extend accommodations to you according to the situation.
My English proficiency test is going to be delayed or deferred. What do I do?
During this time we understand that testing centres might be closed until further notice. While submitting these tests is still a requirement for admission to Ambrose, we recommend keeping updated via the TOEFL and IELTS websites for options.

Given the fluidity of the situation, we will be updating this page regularly as more information becomes available.