The personal information that you provide when you apply for admission to College, will be collected under the authority of the Post-Secondary Learning Act and Statistics Act (Canada) and in accordance with the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy legislation of the Government of Alberta. Information collected is used to maintain College records in processing your enrolment, monitoring academic progress, providing tax receipts, distributing follow-up College related information, College research, awards, graduation, fund raising and alumni contact.
Files are maintained on every student. They include correspondence, grades, applications, admission rulings and official transcripts. You will have access to your file; your advisor and the Chairperson responsible for administering your program will be permitted to view data on your progress.
Outside agencies may see your file only with your written permission. The College will not release information on your progress, attendance, etc., to sponsoring agencies without a signed release from you giving the College explicit permission to do so. Your personal information and academic records will not be released to your parents, your spouse, your guardian, or any other person or agency, without your written approval.
Students may wish to review the College policy on Access to Confidential Student Records and Information. Public inquiries related to the collection, use and disclosure of the personal information provided should be directed to the Registrar or to the FOIPP Coordinator.