Application Process

Citizen of the United States or a Commonwealth Realm





  1. Application Form
  2. Proof of Citizenship (fax or photocopy of your passport, birth certificate, or permanent resident card).
  3. Official Academic Transcript(s) to be sent in directly to Burman University by high schools and any colleges or universities you have attended. (PLEASE NOTE: faxed transcripts are NOT considered official. Transcripts received by fax or e-mail are accepted to meet the 01 April 2015 Early Admission Scholarship deadline and may be used to issue an Initial Offer of Admission; however, final official transcripts must be received by the Office of Admission, before you will be permitted to register for any classes at Burman University.)


You can submit the application documents using the following methods:


Fax: 866.929.8282 (transcripts are NOT considered official if sent by fax)

Mail: Burman University
Marketing & Enrolment
6730 University Drive
Lacombe AB T4L 2E5


For questions about the application process or studying at Burman, contact one our enrolment advisors listed below:

If you're from the USA and live West of the Mississippi: Melody Ilacas at

If you're from the USA and live East of the Mississippi: Antonia Lawrence at

If you're from a Commonwealth Realm: Tanya Huether at



Requirements for Regular Admission

For regular admission, students must demonstrate secondary/high school course equivalence with Alberta high school subjects through the following:

Required courses for each program of study can be found in our Academic Calendar.

Alternately, you may qualify for regular admission as a transfer student, by presenting transcripts from another post-secondary school with a minimum of nine credits and a cumulative GPA of at least 2.0, or equivalent.


What happens if I don't meet these requirements?

If you do not meet the above requirements for regular admission, you may still qualify for probationary admission. Please contact an enrolment advisor to discuss your options.