A. Tuition for full-time Canadian students is $3,150 per year. Part-time students pay just $130 per credit per semester (most courses are 2 credits).Q. Who can I contact about financial information and assistance?
A. You can contact our Student Life Coordinator for more information on student loans, tips for budgeting and organizing your finances, and more. Tina Lamb can be contacted by phone at 506-444-3853, and email gnb.ca
You can also contact The National Student Loan Center
directly at 1-888-815-4514 (within North America) or 1-800-2-223-2501 (outside North America).A. The College is located in the heart of downtown Fredericton
, New Brunswick. You can find us at 457 Queen Street (at the corner of Carleton and Queen Street).A. The cost of books and supplies varies depending on the studio you are enrolled in and the length of your program. These costs can range from $1,000-2,000 per year. For more information about the cost of supplies for a specific studio please contact a Coordinator Instructor.A. According to the 2007 survey, 96% of College of Craft & Design students found employment.Q. What programs are currently offered at the College of Craft & Design?
A. We currently offer the following programs:
- 1-year Foundation Certificate
- 2-year Fine Craft Diploma
- 2-year Aboriginal Visual Arts Diploma
- 2-year Graphic Design Diploma
- 2-year Integrated Media Diploma
- 4-year Bachelor of Applied Arts (in conjunction with the University of New Brunswick)
- 1-year Certificate in Graduate Studies (Visual Arts)
For more information on any of our Diplomas and Certificates, visit our Programs
page or contact the Registrar at 506-453-6491, toll free at 1-877-400-1107, or by email gnb.ca
We also offer a wide variety of Continuing Education courses (both non-credit and credited) here at the College. For more information on these courses please contact Nancy Beaulieu, our Registrar, at 506-453-6491, toll free at 1-877-400-1107, or by email gnb.ca
.A. You can apply to the 1-year Foundation Visual Arts Certificate program by simply filling out the online application form
(or print out a hard copy and mail it to the appropriate address).
For enrolment in any of the Diploma programs beyond the Foundation Certificate, just fill out the online application form
(or print out a copy and mail it to the appropriate address) and submit a portfolio of your work. To learn more about how to submit your portfolio or what you should include, contact the Student Life Coordinator (506-444-3853 / gnb.ca
) or the Registrar (506-453-6491 / toll free, 1-877-400-1107 / gnb.ca
For information about applying to the Bachelor of Applied Arts degree, please visit our BAA Information
page or contact the University of New Brunswick’s Registrar office at (506) 453-4864 or unb.ca
.A. Yes, there are many funding opportunities available to students, including the new Ralph Kirkbride scholarship for first-time students. To learn more about scholarships, grants and bursaries please contact the Student Life Coordinator at 506-444-3853 (or gnb.ca
) or visit the Scholarship
page.A. All students have access to the following Information Technology services and facilities at the College:
- Personal email account
- Wireless internet throughout the campus
- State-of-the-art computer labs
- SMART Boards and digital projectors in all classrooms
- Mac computers with accessibility settings
- The latest scanning, copying and printing technologies
- Digital camera loans
- Curriculum includes training in computer, printing and multimedia technologies
A. We provide the following services to all students:
- A full-time Counsellor can provide guidance on mental, physical and emotional well-being, and can assist students in study skills, time management, tutoring, anxiety/stress management, and more.
- A full-time Student Life Coordinator is available to offer advice and assistance on financial information, program options, housing and the cost of living, scholarships, student council, and much more.
- Our Registrar is available to all students to help with registration and questions related to tuition, supplies, courses and programs available, and more.
- An Aboriginal Coordinator is available to assist all Aboriginal students with any problems or concerns that may arise during the school year, and provides students with information related to Aboriginal issues and activities.
- An International Coordinator assists all International students with information on program options, visas and travel arrangements, housing and course credits, and offers students information and assistance related to International issues and activities.
- A Disabilities Coordinator provides a full range of services and assistance to students with disabilities.
A. Entrance ramps and wheelchair accessible washrooms and elevators in campus buildings allow full access to the College for students with disabilities. Our Disabilities Coordinator has access to information about funding, equipment and services that students with disabilities may need.A. Free tutoring is available to all students. Sessions are available on Wednesdays from 6:30pm to 8:30pm, by appointment only. In order to book a tutoring session, students must contact Tina Lamb, our Student Life Coordinator, at 506-444-3853 or (gnb.ca
). Tutoring can help with essay writing and study habits. Faculty members at the College also make themselves available to their students for extra help.A. We have our own Store that sells:
- Supplies necessary for all courses
- Textbooks and reference materials for all courses
- College of Craft & Design branded gifts and apparel
For more information, please visit the Store
page.A. We offer personalized tours of the College to individuals, families and groups on a regular basis. To set up a convenient day and time for your own tour please contact Barb Curtis, our Marketing Coordinator, at 506-444-4211 or by email (gnb.ca
). We look forward to seeing you here at the College of Craft & Design!A: Yes, you can transfer credits from another accredited college or university to the College of Craft & Design. Credit transfers are evaluated and approved on a case-by-case basis by the appropriate Department Head together with a faculty committee. Students who are transferring from another college or university can receive credit for arts-related courses in which they have earned a grade of “C” or higher. For more information, please contact Harriet Taylor, Department Head, at 506-444-3735 or by email (gnb.ca