Non-Degree Students

Non-Degree Students

Applying to Quest as a non-degree student is an ideal way to continue your education, whether it’s for personal interest, to earn credits toward a degree elsewhere, or to upgrade your university record to qualify for graduate school or a professional program. As a visiting student, your courses do not count towards a Quest degree, but are credit-courses, unless you choose to just audit a course.

Visiting Students

Our courses are taught in 3.5-week blocks, which means you can join Quest at any point during the year.

Please review our Course List for course descriptions.

To be eligible, you must:

  • Have completed at least one year of full-time university studies
  • Be in good academic standing and submit your most current academic transcript
  • Meet the English language requirements if English is not your first language

How to Apply

You can also FAX the documents to 604.815.0829 or MAIL them to:
Quest University Canada – Attn: Registrar
3200 University Blvd
Squamish, BC V8B 0N8

Visiting Student Fees

The fee per for credit course is $2875 for Canadian Students and $4750 for US and International students. Please note that Visiting Students are not eligible to apply for scholarships or financial aid from Quest.

Visiting students are required to live on campus (Residence = $1100) and pay for a meal plan (Unlimited = $866.25) during the Block they are enrolled, unless they are already living in the local area.

Additional Fees per block include $27.40 Student Association fee and if non-Canadian $90* medical insurance (*Waived with proof of personal medical insurance coverage).

Payment of fees includes access to Quest facilities (library, computer lab and RecPlex) for the duration of the Block.

Note: All fees are per block/course and are listed in Canadian Dollars

Audit a Course

Are you curious about Quest and want to try a class?

Auditing a course is a great way to benefit from our unique educational model! You’ll be a full participant in most in-class activities. That means doing the readings and taking part in discussions, projects, field trips, group work and more.

You don’t need to hand in papers or other written work and, in general, will not have your work graded. Your participation in small group projects, team presentations, etc. will be decided on a case-by-case basis. With the Tutor, you’ll figure out what makes sense for you.

How to Apply

  • Review the Course List and choose what interests you, then email the Registrar and let them know you’d like to audit a course.
  • Note that acceptance is on a space-available basis and is at the discretion of the Tutor, so they’ll likely want to chat with you before you sign up and start the Block.

Audit Fees & Policies

The cost to audit a course is $1,000 CDN.

Confirmation of attendance and all payments must be received at least one week prior to the start of the Block.

An auditor may drop the class at any time in the first week of the Block and receive a pro-rated refund. The audit fee is non-refundable after completion of the first week of the Block.

Payment of $1,000 CDN includes access to Quest facilities (library, computer lab and RecPlex) for the duration of the Block.

All audits are not-for-credit; audited Blocks do not count toward a Quest degree, nor can credit for them be transferred to another university.

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