Student Services

Advising

General Information

At Canadian Imperial College our faculty, instructors and administrative staff are very excited about becoming a part of your post-secondary educational experience in the history, present, and future.

We are here to help you get the most out of your post-secondary education at CIC.

CIC does this by providing the essential resources to help you apply, throughout your educational experience, and by complete your education and moving forward with your life.

We all play a role in student success, meaning parents, teachers, counselors, advisors, and even peers. This factor alone is a key motivator of why advisory is so important and why it is a priority in our schools

Prospective Students

Not sure where you want to start? Overwhelmed with options? Questions about programs?

If you have yet to apply to Canadian Imperial College, Contact a student advisor to discuss program planning, registration, program requirements, admission processes, and so much more.

Current CIC students

The office of the Registrar provides a variety of services for students including;

  • financial support and resources
  • program information
  • general academic advising
  • student records
  • learning support services

Career Services

All students are encouraged to meet with an advisor about the current labor market, this will include information such as;

  • information on wages
  • employment outlook
  • required skills that are needed to be successful in the industry of choice
  • and more

An advisor can also help clarify things like;

  • career direction
  • occupations of interest
  • career aspirations
  • and develop a clear career path

Personal Support Services

Emergency Services

911
911 service is a vital part of our nation’s emergency response and disaster preparedness system.

Our mission is to deliver exceptional emergency communication services that help save lives and protect property, and to advance public safety partnerships.

EPS Non-Emergency Line
780-423-4567 / #377

IVR automates the non-emergency (780-423-4567) phone line so that callers will be able to select from a menu that will provide two general call paths:

1 – for “Questions or Information” calls and 2 – for “Complaint” calls. 

Basic Needs

211 Information and Referral Line
• 211 is a free, confidential service that provides information and referral to a wide range of community, social, and government services.
• Dial 211* for telephone service, available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week in over 70 languages
• Online services: ab.211.ca

Edmonton Food Bank
• General inquiries: 780.425.2133
• Email: info@edmontonfoodbank.com

Health Services

811 Health Link

  • Health Advice
  • Health Information
  • Finding Health Care
  • Dial 811 for telephone services, available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
  • Online services: alberta.ca

City of Edmonton Support

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The City provides drop-in support groups that can help you deal with relationships, parenting challenges, abuse or violence in the family. We also offer referral services for financial resources, housing options, recreation opportunities, and community resources.

The City will connect Edmontonians to the right community resources and supports based on each person’s unique needs.

Alberta- Edmonton and Region

211

211 is a 24-hour information and referral service that connects people to a full range of essential social, health, and government services in the community.

211 can help you find:

• basic needs (food, clothing, shelter and financial support)
• employment resources
• parenting support
• counseling/support groups
• health care
• legal services
• and MUCH more…
http://edmonton.cmha.ca/programs-services/211-alberta-edmonton-and-area/