Registrar and Enrolment Services (RES) provides quality, professional, and courteous support services. The department strives to enable learning by responding to the changing needs of students and colleagues and providing information that is accessible, timely, and accurate.
RES provides services in several areas including recruitment, admissions, financial aid, information services, registration, records, scheduling, graduation, and convocation. RES includes both Regular Studies and Continuing Studies.
RES also updates the College Calendar.
Recruitment and Admissions
Recruitment in RES is explanding to include high school visits, career and education fairs, and tours on campus. Successful recruitment relies on the participation of all Langara members. Pleace contact the Recruitment office at firstname.lastname@example.org to see how you might get involved or let us know of any developments in your program areas that we can promote.
Click on the links below for more information relating to recruitment and admissions:
- Regular Studies admissions
- General admission requirements
- General requirements for international students
Limited enrolment programs will have additional admission requirements. Specific admission requirements by program can be found by visiting the Program and Courses index and accessing the relevant program page.
Registration, Records, and Scheduling
The most comprehensive resource for information regarding Regular Studies course registration can be found in the online Registration Guide. A link to the course schedule is included on this page.
RES is also involved in processing many types of student appeals, such as requests for late withdrawals, medical withdrawals, or requests for course refunds. Visit the Responsibilities and Policies section to view a list of important policies related to these and other concerns.
RES provides frontline services at the Registrar and Enrolment Services office in ‘T’ building. At the RES office, students can ask questions about admissions, registration, financial aid, graduation or any of the many other services provided by RES.
The campus also has an Information Kiosk in 'A' Building which handles many general inquiries from students, staff and the general public.
As in every other aspect of life, finances play a critical role in enabling student success. In effort to alleviate financial stress, the Financial Aid Department offers a number of supports, based on eligibility:
- Langara bursaries
- Langara scholarships
- External awards
- Student Work Assistance Program (SWAP)
- One-on-one student financial advising
As a leader, you may choose to participate in SWAP and hire students for additional support within your department. For details on hiring SWAP students, please visit the Hiring and Onboarding - SWAP section of this toolkit.
Convocation and Graduation
Students must apply to graduate in accordance with the Graduation Application Process.
RES is also involved in planning the annual Convocation ceremonies, which take place every June. Many departments across the College are involved in making these ceremonies a success. Visit the Convocation site for more information.
Langara College Continuing Studies offers a rich and diverse range of lifelong learning opportunities. Whether the objective is to improve business skills, enhance a career path, expand individual creativity, or develop a more holistic approach to personal well-being, Continuing Studies offers 800 courses and over 40 certificate programs designed with the needs of the student in mind.