Admitted Students

Admitted Student Weekend

We want to show you the best of Quest! You’ll get to check out our beautiful residences, participate in a class, play in the mountains, and experience all that Squamish has to offer.

This is a great opportunity to get to know all of the amazing people at Quest, including your future classmates!

Choose Your Weekend:

  • February 20-22
  • March 19-21 (cancelled)
  • April 2-4 (currently under review)

We provide:

  • accommodation and bedding
  • meals
  • airport transportation

Your packing list:

  • toiletries
  • pajamas
  • weatherproof shoes and jacket
  • warm clothing
  • any musical instruments
  • passport (for non-Canadians)
  • Canadian money (credit/debit cards accepted)
  • medications you may need

Travel grants:

In order to make visiting Quest accessible to all students, we’re pleased to offer travel grants. Travel grants are awarded in the form of a tuition credit, which are applied to your first term tuition. For more information about travel grants, please visit your SquareOne Application Portal.

Expect to:

  • participate in a Quest classes
  • interact with staff and faculty
  • enjoy social events
  • explore Squamish
  • meet future classmates

In addition to Admit Events for students, we welcome parents to join us and experience Quest first-hand. Please keep in mind that we are not able to arrange accommodations for parents on campus. We have provided some local accommodation recommendations below. The best way to get around in Squamish is by rental car, bus, taxi, or bike.

Space is limited. We encourage students and parents to register as soon as possible!

Expect to:

  • Tour campus with students
  • Sit in on a Quest class
  • Interact with Quest Admissions, Staff & Faculty
  • Explore Squamish

If you’re planning to join us, we recommend that you book your accommodation as soon as possible!

Please note: this event is for parents of students who have been admitted to Quest.

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