First-year BSN students take part in in-community learning in Huu-ay-aht
Students with Indigenous ancestry may be eligible for a priority seat in the following health and human service programs. By prioritizing admissions for Indigenous students helps to meet critical health and child care needs in urban and rural Indigenous communities.
List of programs offering priority admission for Indigenous students:
Applicants will be considered on a first-applied, first-qualified basis for all programs with the exception of Bachelor of Science in Nursing Degree, where a selective admission process will be used.
To be considered for a priority admission seat, Indigenous students must:
When there are more qualified applicants than seats, remaining priority admission applicants will be considered as part of the regular admission process. Or, the applicant may apply for priority admission again the following year. Please note seating is limited and all unused priority admission seats will be returned to the general application pool no later than the final payment deadline or 30 days prior to the program start date, whichever comes first.