After a year-long study of its partnership programs at Alberta colleges, Athabasca University has decided to align its college course delivery practices with the university’s regular online delivery model. These changes will be phased in over the coming year. Effective April 30, 2017, we will be discontinuing on-site classroom courses on college campuses.
AU’s number one priority is to ensure our students are supported during this transition.
Over the coming year (fall semester 2016 and winter semester 2017), you can continue to take AU courses as classroom courses at your college campus. To register for courses, please print and fill out the following forms:
Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Management students can contact an advisor via:
Bachelor of Arts students can contact an advisor:
Please have your AU Student ID number ready and access to your AU DegreeWorks (if applicable). AU will be able to assist you with transfer credit questions and determining which AU and GPRC courses you need to take to complete your degree requirements.
If you have completed a GPRC program approved for block transfer credit, AU will grant you a specified number of credits toward an AU degree. You can also access AU’s Transfer Credit database tool: https://secure3.athabascau.ca/tcas/
Contact an advisor and plan out the remainder of your AU program. We will help you to complete the necessary forms. To apply and register in courses on-site at GPRC you will also have to apply and register through GPRC. You can do so online through the GPRC portal at my.gprc.ab.ca or contact their Student Services area to book an appointment with an advisor at:
Updated May 12 2016 by Collaborations and Student recruitment