Quest is unlike any other university in Canada. Visiting the campus is the best way to experience the academics, the environment, and the unique culture.

Ways to experience campus:

Schedule an individual campus visit
Attend our Annual Admitted Student Event

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A Quest Open House presents a comprehensive overview of Quest’s academic program and admissions procedures, as well as provides an introduction to our vibrant community. Families take sample classes, attend Q & A sessions with administrators and students, tour campus, and experience Quest’s dining facilities. A Quest Open House Event typically runs from 9:00am – 2:30pm. A schedule will be sent to you once you have registered. Stay tuned for Fall 2018 dates!


We welcome individual campus visits throughout the year. Please schedule a visit through our online campus visit request form. Visits are available on weekdays beginning at either 9 am or 1 pm.

During the term, visitors have the opportunity to attend a class when in session (see our Term Schedule), meet with current students, staff, and faculty, tour campus, and sample lunch in the dining hall. You will also have the chance to meet with an Admissions Counsellor to discuss admissions, scholarships, and need-based aid.


From Saturday, April 14– Monday, April 16, Quest host its annual Admitted Student Event. This is a great way for admitted students to attend classes, meet their fellow students, and see if Quest is the right university for them. All admitted student will receive an invitation to this event in March—although spots are limited to 60 students, so attendance is on a first reply, fist serve basis.


Join Quest University Canada’s president, Dr. George Iwama, to learn more about Quest’s unique academic program. Meet with faculty, staff, alumni and Quest parents.

Quest Admissions Counsellors visit numerous high schools all over the world throughout the year. Visit Quest in Your Area for more information.

About Quest

Quest’s 60-acre campus is located in the coastal mountain community of Squamish, British Columbia, between Vancouver and Whistler.


Consisting of arts, humanities, mathematics, and social, life and natural sciences, the liberal arts and sciences form the basis of a well-rounded education.

Life at Quest

Living in a community is an integral part of the Quest experience. As such, students live on campus for all four years of their undergraduate degree.

If you have questions about the status of your file, contact Admissions at or 604-898-8000.

Quest University Canada is committed to accessibility and equity. Students with protected characteristics are welcome to request reasonable accommodations for the application process, and should speak with their Admissions Counsellor if they wish to do so. Any inquiries regarding accommodations while attending Quest should be directed to Krista Lambie, Director of Student Success, at