Public post-secondary institutions in BC are prepared to welcome new and current students for classes in Fall 2020 through a variety of learning methods while continuing to adhere to public health guidelines.

In addition to their current services for students, institutions are also developing supports to ensure a smooth and successful transition into the new learning methods for their programs.

Our Helpdesk will remain available to answer any questions or concerns regarding applications.

Please find links to post-secondary institution websites regarding their response on COVID-19 in our FAQs.

Please find the Ministry of Education regular updates regarding COVID-19 here: Safe & Healthy Schools.

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What is my application status? Can I change information on my application? Where is my offer letter?

As soon as you click Submit on the application, the information and payment is sent directly to the institution for review.  EducationPlannerBC cannot update information on submitted applications or check the status of admission, though you may confirm if it has been submitted at

As noted in the Receipt and Account confirmation email which you would have received immediately following submission of your application, please note that the institution now has your application and the institution (not EducationPlannerBC) will contact you to follow up on your application.

The admissions/registrar's office can advise you about:

  • The status of your submitted application
  • The next steps in the admission process
  • Where to submit transcripts and other supporting documents
  • How to make changes to your submitted application
  • Your student number
NOTE: Most institutions will contact via email with updates or requests for further information. Please check your email (including spam/junk folders just in case!) for a message from the institution you applied to.

To make additions or changes to your application after it has been submitted to the institution (i.e., university or college), please contact the institution's admissions/registrar's office.
Find the name of your school in the list of Admissions Contacts and use their telephone, email or web contact information to contact the office directly.

Haven't heard back? During busy times, admission processing can take several weeks. Once you've been accepted, institutions will send you an official offer of admission. Offers usually come via email (so check your email including your Spam/Junk/ Promotions folders too!) but may arrive via post. 

The offer letter will show the next steps for course registration and enrolment -- these may have deadlines, so read carefully!