Battlefords Campus offers first year classes from University of Saskatchewan and select classes from University of Regina. In Meadow Lake, students have access to first year of classes from U of R. You must enroll directly with the University, selecting North West College as your campus location.
First year students can make the transition from high school to university in a unique college community which fosters friendship, interaction, and academic success.
- Smaller class sizes allow for more personalized attention from university professors.
- No commuting or parking hassles.
- Tutoring, counseling, and study skills seminars are available to help you develop the skills you need to be successful.
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University of Regina
Battlefords Campus has a number of first and second year classes.
The number of university students at Meadow Lake Campus has increased rapidly over the past couple of years. Students enjoy the new facility and the relaxed, friendly atmosphere, and they appreciate the benefits of remaining closer to home during their first year of studies. Below is our list of Face-to-face and Televised courses offered through North West College. For a selection of online programs visit their Flexible Learning Division or their main website
For more information about U of R programs visit their Flexible Learning Division or their main website.
University of Regina application forms available HERE.
For counselling or assistance in planning your university career, contact a North West College location near you or inquire HERE.
University of Saskatchewan
University of Saskatchewan (U of S) is consistently ranked as one of the top universities in Canada and in the world. Become part of the tradition. Enroll in your first year of U of S classes, and select North West College as your first year campus location.
University professors drive out from Saskatoon and instruct classes in North Battleford. Tutorials are provided for many classes to ensure you get help if you need it. Access to professors and tutors are huge benefits and contribute significantly towards the success rates of NWC students.
Most of the face-to-face classes run only once per week. Efficiencies gained by not having to travel to and fro as frequently enable students to have more time to do other things.
Many of our students have found that the focus on their studies is what is important for their first year of university. This awareness has served them well as they adapted to the pressures of the critical first year of university.
With a smaller pool of students, the chances of receiving a scholarship are better at NWC. Many students are able to keep their part-time jobs and help finance their educational goals.
Below is our list of Face-to-face and Televised courses offered through North West College. To apply for admission to the U of S click HERE . Or for more information about the University of Saskatchewan visit the University of Saskatchewan website.
For more information about U of S programs visit their main website: U of S.
University of Saskatchewan application forms for Canadian applicants available here.
For assistance in planning your university career, contact a North West College location near you or inquire here.
For assistance with planning your University courses, you may visit one of the colleges many locations or inquire HERE.
How do I apply?
Step 1 - Apply directly to the University of your choice (U of R or U of S)
Step 2 - On the application, indicate that classes will be taken at a regional college.
Step 3 - Meet with a NWC coordinator or student advisor for academic advice, assistance, and support.
What do I do after I am accepted?
Step 1 - Register for classes offered at NWC.
Step 2 - Ensure that you submit any further documents as requested in your acceptance letter.
Step 3 - Investigate scholarship possibilities and/or arrange for a student loan.
Step 4 - Check out the calendar for university rules and regulations.
Is there anything for me to do before classes start?
Step 1 - Purchase your textbooks.
Step 2 - Print off your schedule.
Step 3 - Pay your tuition to the university.