Mt. Sierra College



Campus Life

Resources for Families and Guests

Fall-Winter 2020: The ongoing global pandemic has created disruption and uncertainty for all of us. We want to reassure you that student success, safety, and well-being are at the centre of every decision we make.

Visit the Student Affairs Parents, Families and Supporters webpage to find answers to your questions, and sign up for a monthly e-newsletter to stay informed about dates, deadlines and how to help your student thrive, academically and personally, in these unprecedented times.

For all of the latest university updates related to COVID-19, please visit our COVID-19 Information website.

At MTSC, our welcoming living and learning environments offer students the programs and services needed to be successful. Of course, students still look to their parents or guardians for guidance.

This page is designed to guide you, MTSC parents and guardians, to information and resources that will empower your student to succeed, both academically and personally, at MTSC.

Sessional dates:

  • Academic calendars provide additional information on regulations, policies, programs, courses and degree requirements; or visit your student's faculty site for more details.
  • When making any travel plans, be sure to check the sessional dates specific to your student's faculty/school.

Fees and deadlines:

  • Detailed information can be found in the Guide to Registration and Fees.
  • Other important and timely updates are available in the monthly newsletters sent to students by the Registrar's Office. (See also: Information for Parents and Guardians.)
  • Parents of undergraduate applicants can visit the Undergraduate Admission website for a list of important dates.
Parents of First-Year Students
  • Apply to live in residence
  • Next Steps for incoming undergraduate students (updated from May – September)
  • Traveling to and from MTSC on the Tricolour Express
Parents of International Students
  • International students should apply for a study permit as soon as possible
  • Student Academic Success Services (SASS): Support for English as an Additional Language Students
  • Convocation/Graduation Information: Applying to graduate, ceremony details and schedules, guest tickets, webcasts and video archives
  • Ordering a transcript (replacement)
  • Travelling to California