Congratulations!  You’ve been offered admission to Burman University!  

Listed below are the next steps to complete in order to enrol for the upcoming term.

Accept your offer of admission

  • If you would like to decline an offer of admission, please email admissions@burmanu.ca, be sure to reference your student ID number found on your offer of admission.  
  • There is no deadline to accept your offer of admission.

Financial clearance

  • IMPORTANT: students must complete financial clearance before reserving campus housing and contacting first-year advisors
  • Complete the 2022/23 spending plan questionnaire
  • After completing the spending plan questionnaire, Student Financial Services will provide you with a spending plan and master promissory agreement which you will need to sign and send back.
  • Pay your confirmation deposit.
  • International students: pay your down payment in order to receive your official letter of acceptance

Financial information


Reserve your housing

  • If you plan to live on campus, complete the dorm residence application
  • Students under the age of 22 with less than 60 credits who are not living with family should plan to live in dorm residence as per the Burman University housing policy.
  • Mature students over the age of 30 and students with spouses and families do not qualify to live in the dormitory residence. Non-dormitory housing is available.  Click here for more information.

Contact your first-year academic advisor

  • Academic Advisors – Your first-year academic advisors help you book into your classes for your first year. They will also explain the degree completion process and help chart a path to completing your program.
  • First year students must work directly with their academic advisors to reserve seats in their classes.
  • Course registration opens on June 1, 2022.

Reserve your transportation from the airport

  • If you are flying into Edmonton or Calgary and need a ride from the airport, reserve a spot on the airport shuttle at www.burmanu.ca/transportation

CUE Quest


Login Credentials

You will receive an email from itticket@burmanu.ca with your Burman University login credentials.  These credentials are used in 3 main areas:

  • The Student Portal - The student portal is where you register for classes, check your financial ledger, accept your scholarships, see your grades/transcript, and find your academic forms.
  • Campus Email - Upon creation of your login credentials, you will receive a Burman University campus email.  Your campus email is the main email address that you'll use as a student. It's hosted through Gmail.  Your email address is your login username followed by @burmanu.ca.
  • D2L (Desire to Learn) - D2L is a learning management system used by your professors when they share course content for your classes.  You will use this platform regularly during your time as a student.

Final Official Transcripts

In order to fully complete your admission, you must submit final official transcripts to the admissions office.  To be considered official, transcripts must be sent to the admission office directly from your school or educational authority.  You cannot email in your final transcripts -- they are not considered official.

Students completing their studies in Alberta will have their transcripts automatically sent in through the ApplyAlberta system.


Important dates

  • August 10 – Final transcripts are due (email admissions@burmanu.ca if you require an extension)
  • August 26 – Dormitory residence opens
  • August 29 – September 2 – CUE Quest
  • September 6 – First day of fall term classes
  • December 16 - Last day of fall term exams
  • January 3 – First day of winter term classes
  • April 25 – Last day of winter term exams

 


Who to contact if you have questions

Admissions or General Questions

Nicole Bartolay
Admissions Officer
403.786.2552
admissions@burmanu.ca

Finances and Scholarships

Student Financial Services
Angela Deibert, Toby Asante, or Judith Walters
sfs@burmanu.ca
403.782.3381 ext. 4016

Student Portal, Login Credentials, or Campus Technology

IT Services
itticket@burmanu.ca
403.782.3381 ext. 4021

Program Information and Course Reservation

  • Adventure Based-Counselling, Behavioural Science, General Arts, International Health and Wilderness Studies, International Studies, Music, Open Studies, Outdoor Leadership, Religious Studies

Trina Hosking
First Year Advisor, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
trinahosking@burmanu.ca
403.782.3381 ext. 4089

Program Information and Course Reservation

  • Biology, General Science, Psychology, Wellness, Certificate in Health Sciences (pre-nursing)

Bonita Campbell
First Year Advisor, Faculty of Science
bcampbel@burmanu.ca
403.782.3381 ext. 4051

Program information and Course Reservation

  • Education

Julie Grovet
First Year Advisor, School of Education
jgrovet@burmanu.ca
403.782.3381 ext. 4097

Program information and Course Reservation

  • Business

Almyra Hodder
First Year Advisor, School of Business
almyrahodder@burmanu.ca
403.782.3381 ext. 4095

Dorm Residence

Tracy Ganson
Administrative Dean
residence@burmanu.ca
403.782.3381 ext. 5000

Transportation

Ron Reimche
Campus Safety and Transportation Manager
transportation@burmanu.ca
403.782.3381 ext. 4135

CUE Quest: New Student Orientation

Melody Ilacas
Student Life Advisor
melodyilacas@burmanu.ca
403.782.3381 ext. 4037

 

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