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College of Animal
233 Seymour River Place
North Vancouver, BC, V7H 2N8
Effective Date of Policy: September 2009
Admission Representative and Senior Education Administrator: Julie Anne Lee
The College of Animal Homeopathic Medicine is committed to enrolling students who meet all of our program admission criteria so as to ensure the highest likelihood of successful completion of the program.
- The admission requirements for CAHM are posted on our website. Click Admission Requirements to view.
- If prospective students have any questions about the admission requirements or the admission process or CAHM's policies and procedures, they can contact the Admission Representative directly via the Contact Us page on the website.
- The Admission Representative will ensure that any questions of prospective students are addressed in a timely manner by response email or phone call.
- Once the prospective student has decided to enrol, he/she must forward an application package to CAHM consisting of the following:
- completed Student Enrolment Contract;
- evidence of having met all admissions requirements, including copies of the applicant's transcript(s) and diploma(s)/certificates(s) awarded; and
- a non-refundable application fee in the amount of $250.00 (payable online during the online registration process). This application fee is only required to be paid in the first year, and no further application fee will be required for supplementary or subsequent contracts with the same student in the same program.
- When CAHM receives the application package, a student file is created and provided to the Admission Representative who reviews the submitted documentation to ensure that the applicant meets all of the program's admission criteria. If the Admission Representative requires further information or documentation to determine the eligibility of the applicant, she will contact the applicant. CAHM reserves the right to schedule an informal interview with the applicant.
- After receiving sufficient evidence that the applicant meets all of the admission criteria, the Admission Representative will advise the applicant that his/her application has been accepted. The applicant may then complete enrolment by paying the applicable tuition.
- CAHM will then mail a copy of the fully executed Student Enrolment Contract to the mailing address on the Student Enrolment Contract, or provide a copy to the student on the first day of class.