Office of the Registrar

There will be many times over the course of your academic studies at NTC and even beyond that the Office of the Registrar will assist you. We are happy to help you on every step of your journey so come and see us!

Maria Saulnier

10012-84 Street
Edmonton, AB
T6A 0B2
Direct Line: 780.392.2451

For general enquiries, please contact Student Services Reception at:

Phone: 780.392.2450*
Fax: 780.462.4013

Hours of Operation

8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (Monday to Thursday)
9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (Friday)

*Limited information and service can be provided on the phone due to the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act legislation.

What does the Office of the Registrar Do?

Some of the services provided are as follows:

  • provides information about NTC and its programs to prospective students and the public
  • promotes bursaries for incoming and continuing students
  • receives applications for admission and collects all required documents in support of applications
  • evaluates applications for admission, and communicates admission or readmission decisions to applicants in conjunction with the Admissions and Evaluations Committee.
  • maintains an accurate and complete record of each student's academic progress and provides official transcripts and certification of these records, consistent with FOIP and the college student record confidentiality policy
  • administers special registrations, which include Open Studies and provides advising on course selections
  • confirms enrolment for student loan purposes
  • collects, verifies and records all final grades in credit courses
  • assesses undergraduate and graduate tuition and general fees
  • compiles a conflict-free timetable of examinations at the end of each semester
  • administers examinations for outside educational testing services 
  • publishes the NTC Academic Calendar containing admission requirements, academic regulations, schedules and deadlines, programs of study, degree and graduation requirements, course listings for both undergraduate and graduate students
  • coordinates all aspects of convocation including ceremonies and production of degree parchments
  • administers Intersession and Summer studies, evening credit and off-campus programming
  • administers the college’s admission and student record policies in conjunction with the Faculty Council and the Admissions and Evaluations Committee
  • provides advice and recommendations to Faculty Council and the Admissions and Evaluations Committee
  • provides advice and recommendations for recruitment activities including special events such as career fairs, open houses, and sessions for teachers
  • manages the college’s student record system
  • maintains the listing of course offerings for each academic semester in cooperation with teaching departments, and develops a timetable of the course offerings
  • provides classroom booking services, and arranges for appropriate space and facilities for the writing of examinations
  • maintains and updates examination policies and grading procedures
  • develops the Academic Schedule for publication in the Academic Calendar
  • generates and distributes official college admission and enrolment statistics
  • assists the fee collection process by withholding of certification for non-payment of debts owing to the college
  • administers the college’s scheduling and registration policies
  • coordinates the processes associated with the registration of students in courses to maintain control of class enrolments to approved limits or other designated restrictions
  • responds to inquiries regarding both Canadian and international education systems

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