Fall Application 2018

Please click through the five tabs below to see information on the various stages of the application process.

Two Ways to Apply

Please complete this free online application. (Students also applying to US schools should use the Common Application).

If you are applying to US schools, as well as Quest, you should use the Common Application form. Once you have set up a Common Application account, add Quest to your college list and complete our member screen.

Fall 2018

Important Fall Term Deadlines

• December 1 Early Action Deadline
February 1 Recommended Application Deadline
March 1 Financial Aid Deadline
May 1 Enrolment Confirmation Deadline

After these deadlines, Admissions applications are reviewed on a rolling basis until the class is full.

Fall 2018 Submit

Required Documents

In addition to a completed application form, you must also submit the following:

High School Transcript

Provide us with your most current transcript or report card.

An official copy of your transcript will be required before you start at Quest.

Fall Essay

Please give special attention to this writing sample, since both the content and your writing ability will be thoroughly reviewed and considered in the admissions process.

Please use the Essay Requirements Form below and ensure that your saved document title includes your full name and states that it is an essay (For example, Albert_Einstein_Essay.pdf).

Send your supporting documents to Quest by:

• Email: admissions@questu.ca
• Fax: 1-604-815-0829
• Mail: Admissions Office,
3200 University Blvd,
Squamish, BC,
Canada V8B 0N8

Optional Documents

Students are encouraged to submit any of the following optional documents:

  • An original piece of work that demonstrates the student’s interests, depth, and abilities. This may include a portfolio, photography samples, artwork, video, research projects, music CD, etc.
  • SAT/ACT test scores
  • Reference letters
  • A resume of the student’s achievements
  • An additional writing piece (e.g., an assignment prepared in the context of a class)

In addition, some students may want to explore the following student categories for more information:

Fall 2018 Interview

Once you have submitted your supporting documents, your Admissions Counsellor will review your entire Admissions application. Your Admissions Counsellor will contact you to arrange an interview to be conducted in person, by phone, or through peer-to-peer internet programs such as Skype.

Only qualified students will be selected for an interview.

Please submit your transcript, and essay well before the deadline to allow time for your Admissions Counsellor to schedule an interview.

Fall 2018 Receive


DEC 1, 2017 FEB 1, 2018 MAR 1, 2018
JAN 1, 2018 MAR 1, 2018 APR 1, 2018
MAY 1, 2018 MAY 1, 2018 MAY 1, 2018


After these deadlines, Admissions applications are reviewed on a rolling basis until the class is full.

Fall 2018 Deposit

Congratulation to all admitted students!

To confirm your enrollment at Quest, we require a $500CDN deposit before May 1, 2018. Please ensure that you have your 9 digit student number ready. If you are unsure about your student number, please contact your Admissions Counsellor or email admissions@questu.ca.

Here are the ways to pay your deposit:

1. Online: https://shop.questu.ca/collections/enrollment-re-enrollment

2. By Cheque: mail to Quest University Canada,
3200 University Blvd., Squamish, BC, V8B 0N8

3. Online Banking: Add Quest University Canada as a payee and send the deposit

4. Wire Transfer: email student.billing@questu.ca for banking details

5. Canadian Debit Card or Cash: this can only be done in person on campus

6. Credit Card: Call 1-888-783-7808 (toll free in CDN/US) or
1-604-898-8000 and ask to speak with someone in Student Billing

*Please note there is a 2.5% processing fee for some payment options.

Click here for more info about costs and billing.


Quest is committed to making its unique education accessible to the best-qualified students, regardless of their country of origin.

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.


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

If you have any questions about the status of your file, contact your Admissions Counsellor or the Office of Admission and Enrolment at admissions@questu.ca 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 contact Krista Lambie, Manager of Accessibility, Equity, and Career Serves, at krista.lambie@questu.ca.