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  • About
  • Admissions
  • Registration
  • Finances
  • Records

Overview

The Registrar’s Office is a resource to assist students through their academic journey at CNA. The staff that works with the Registrar’s Office will help guide students through their questions on admissions, registration, scheduling, financial aid, academic advising, graduation and much more. We are here to help and support every student throughout their journey at CNA.

 

MyCreds coming soon

MyCreds™ | MesCertif™ is owned by the Association of Registrars of the Universities and Colleges of Canada (ARUCC). It is a national credential wallet for post-secondary learners that has been created by Canadian higher education leadership.

CNA is committed to embracing digital solutions and fully adopting sustainable practices as we transition from paper-based to digital. We are delighted to announce MyCreds.ca provides secure online credentials through a learner focused online portable wallet. Moving forward we will issue verified official documents, transcripts, diplomas, badges and microcredentials, securely, to our students through MyCreds.ca . For a video overview, please see here .

More information regarding e-transcript request and FAQs coming soon.

Admissions

Find out about CNA’s admission requirements and what you will need to present based on your academic background. Check the admission guidelines to see if you're eligible to apply. Learn about specific program requirements, English language requirements, transfer credit information, and important application dates and deadlines.
Entrance requirements for each program are set out in the program descriptions of each program on the College website. Students that are applying under the mature student clause may be considered on an individual basis as per the college's admissions procedures.
Find out which admission dates and deadlines you need to watch out for on your journey to becoming a CNA student. If you need advice on choosing a program, please contact our Student Development Officers (SDO).  We have many Student Development Officers across the province!  

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  • Apply Now

    Ready to be a CNA student? Applying is easy! Applying online takes about 15 minutes. To start, you’ll need:

    • $30 CDN application processing fee for domestic students and $100 CDN for international applicants, which you can pay online with a credit card.
    • Official or mid-year high school transcripts.

    After you apply: Next steps

    • We’ll email you to let you know we have received your application.
    • Some programs require additional supporting documentation. Refer to the specific program found under our Programs and Courses area for specific requirements related to your program of choice.
    • Your application is only complete when ALL documentation such as transcripts and/or other documents specific to the program entrance requirements are received.
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  • Academic Programs

    You want to find your path to your future. Browse our programs and see what interests you. Click on each program to get detailed information about each of our programs, campuses, and career ideas. If you need advice on choosing a program, please contact our Student Development Officers (SDO). 
    We have many Student Development Officers across the province! 

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  • Academic Schools

    CNA offers over 100 programs in 9 different areas of study organized in 5 Schools throughout Newfoundland and Labrador. The Schools are: 1) Academics, Applied Arts + Tourism, 2) Business + Information Technology, 3) Engineering Technology, 4) Health Sciences, and 5) Natural Resources + Industrial Trades.  

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  • Continuing Education

    Continuing Education courses and certificate programs are offered on a part-time basis through evening, daytime or through distance education. Learners enrolling in a certificate program have the convenience of studying part-time while maintaining current employment.

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  • Prior Learning Assessment

    Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition (PLAR) is a process that allows students to demonstrate prior learning to possibly receive credit towards a post-secondary course. Enrolled students will be given every opportunity to receive credit for past learning experience through a comprehensive systematic process of evaluation referred to as Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition. Students must initiate PLAR requests within one (1) week of the semester start date.

Registration

Once you are a CNA student you can register for your classes through MyCNA . Registration is the process of choosing and enrolling in courses as well as dropping courses or making other changes.  It all starts with you knowing your registration deadlines.

Prior to the registration period, program students who have been accepted and have confirmed their seat will receive email notification from the college prompting them to register.

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  • Academic Calendars

    The CNA Academic Calendar is a formal listing of all academic programs, courses, and procedures at the College. Please find the current calendar and all archived calendars here.

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  • Calendar of Events

    Please find important dates in the table below. Revisions to the Calendar of Events made after September each year will be updated on the Registrar's Office website.

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  • Course Descriptions

    The course description outlines the rationale for the course subject or theme, frames a brief overview of the key content, knowledge, and skills to be learned and states the major learning strategies and activities. This page lists all the courses for our program offerings. For our continuing education offerings, please see the continuing education courses section of the website.

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  • Definitions & Regulations

    This compiled list of definitions and regulations below is intended to be a more detailed explanation for students that require additional information.

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  • Examinations

    The final examination schedule and locations will be available to all students at their respective campuses. Students should read and be familiar with all final examination policies.

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  • Orientation

    Welcome to the CNA community! We are excited to meet you online or in person as you begin your college life, no matter where you are in the world. Our student orientation is a great way to start the semester. We are all here to support you. Many resources, services and supports at CNA, are still available to you whether you are learning online or in-person.

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  • Transfer Guide

    The Transfer Guide is published annually by the Department of Advanced Education and Skills. It provides a list of course/block transfers available to students who are transferring credits from one institution to another within the public post-secondary system.

Finances

Our finances division is comprised of the following key components spread through out the College of the North Atlantic ecosystem:

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  • Fees & Charges

    There’s a lot to consider when preparing for college but finances are a major factor that can impact your decision. Expenses vary depending on the lifestyle of the student and location. For more information choose from the options listed on this page.  

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  • Financial Aid

    A college education is a significant financial investment. Every student is unique, and so are their financial circumstances. Financing your degree is a team effort and we're here to help.

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  • Scholarships & Awards

    CNA provides support through scholarships, bursaries, and awards. Our team can help you explore scholarship and award options that you may be eligible for.

Records

  • Requesting Transcripts & Student Records

    More information regarding e-transcript request and directions coming soon.

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  • MyCreds   coming soon

    MyCreds™ | MesCertif™ is owned by the Association of Registrars of the Universities and Colleges of Canada (ARUCC). It is a national credential wallet for post-secondary learners that has been created by Canadian higher education leadership.

    CNA is committed to embracing digital solutions and fully adopting sustainable practices as we transition from paper-based to digital. We are delighted to announce MyCreds.ca provides secure online credentials through a learner focused online portable wallet. Moving forward we will issue verified official documents, transcripts, diplomas, badges and microcredentials, securely, to our students through MyCreds.ca . For a video overview, please see here .

    More information regarding e-transcript request and FAQs coming soon.

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  • Accessing Grades

    Students can view their grades and records electronically by accessing CNA Self-Service
    Here is a Guide for Students Accessing Grades providing step-by-step guidance on how to access grades.

    If you have any questions, please contact the CNA Self-Service helpdesk at SSHelpReg@cna.nl.ca.

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  • Graduation

    Here is the website with all of the information related to Graduation Events at CNA.

    For detailed technical information, please refer to CNA’s Graduation Procedures (SS-214-PR) on our policies and procedures page.