College of the Rockies is located on the edge of the Rocky Mountains in the southeastern corner of British Columbia. The main campus is located in Cranbrook, as is the Gold Creek campus. The College also has satellite campuses in Creston, Fernie, Golden, Invermere and Kimberley. Program offerings include University Studies: Arts & Sciences, Adult Upgrading, Business Management, Child, Youth and Family Studies, Fire Training, Health, Office Administration, Tourism, and Trades. College of the Rockies offers certificate, diploma, degree, post-degree, and apprenticeship pathways.
The Cranbrook main campus is home to a 96-bed student housing. Accessibility Services and Indigenous Student Services are available. College of the Rockies campuses are surrounded by some of the world’s finest golf, ski resorts and spectacular scenery, allowing you to enjoy the Kootenay Rockies lifestyle to the fullest.
If you have attended another institution and would like to transfer your credits to CNC, follow these steps:
For more questions about CNC’s Transfer Credit process please see the Transfer Credit and Advanced Standing Policy and Procedures (E-1.44).
If you have applied to another institution and would like to transfer your credits from CNC, follow these steps:
Direct (Assigned) Credit
When CNC has an equivalent course to the one being reviewed for transfer credit, the student will receive direct course credit which may be used towards meeting prerequisites or specific program completion requirements.
When CNC does not have an equivalent course, unassigned credit may be assigned. Unassigned credit is granted at the appropriate level and may be used towards meeting elective requirements.
Transfer credit cannot be awarded to courses completed more than 10 years prior to admission to CNC. Please refer to the Ten Year Timeline for Program Completion policy for more information.
For details on applying as an International Student check here.
If you have not graduated from secondary school you may be considered for admission as a mature student as long as you are at least 19 years old on the first day of classes. You must also meet the specific course/program prerequisites for your intended program.
Learn more about admissions at College of the Rockies and apply online.
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Main Campus | Cranbrook
2700 College Way,
301 - 16th Avenue
1978 Creston, BC
342 - 3rd Avenue,
1770 Fernie, BC
1305 24th Ave S,
1305 9 Street South,
1535 14th Street
1850 Warren Avenue