What Can I Expect?


Fall 2021 Academic Delivery

With evolving public health guidelines and vaccine rollouts expected to be near or at completion by late summer, we expect that the 2021-2022 academic year will allow for increased opportunities for in-person learning. Students should expect to be on campus between 40 and 80 per cent of the time during the Fall term, depending on the program.

Travelling to or from New Brunswick

Anyone who travels outside of New Brunswick is required to self-isolate for 14 days upon entering the province. As part of the protocol, we are asking all new and current students planning to travel to or from New Brunswick at any time before or during their studies, to carefully review the NBCC Student Travel and Self-Isolation Guide (COVID-19) AND complete and submit the NBCC Student Self-isolation Plan form five (5) business days before travel.

International Students - In addition to reviewing the NBCC Student Travel and Self-isolation Guide (COVID-19), it is highly recommended to review the Government of Canada’s COVID-19: A Guide for International Students in Canada Arriving from Abroad.


New Student Information


Laptop/Cellphone Loan Programs

NBCC is committed to helping reduce barriers for students who may be experiencing financial difficulty by offering Laptop and Cellphone Loan Programs. These programs are being offered as a temporary solution for students. Download and complete the applicable form below and send to moneymatters@nbcc.ca.


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