Red Deer College Recruitment Services Newsletter

March 2021 Edition
In this issue:
Important Dates
March 1, 2021
RDC's General Awards Application opens

March 10, 2021
RDC General Information Session

March 24, 2021
RDC General Information Session

April 1, 2021
First day to apply for admission to Winter term 2022

April 2, 2021
Good Friday - College closed
RDC's General Awards Application is Now Open!

By completing this application, students are assessed for all RDC entrance awards with the exception of the Building on Excellence Award.

In order to complete the General Awards Application, students must first apply to RDC and receive their Loop credentials.

Click Here to Access RDC's General Awards Application

The deadline to apply is May 31, 2021.

For more information on this and other award opportunities, visit

Questions? We’re happy to help! Contact the Student Connect Centre at, 403.342.3254 or book an appointment

NEW: French Bachelor of Education Degree Program

New for Fall 2021, students will now be able to complete their first two years of a French Bachelor of Education Elementary or Secondary degree at RDC as a visiting student. Students will take a mixture of RDC and Campus Saint-Jean French courses over the two years. The Campus Saint-Jean courses will be offered in an online format. If you have any students interested in starting their French Bachelor of Education degree at RDC please have them apply to Campus Saint-Jean, Red Deer Satellite.
Additional information can be found at the Satellite Project - B.Ed. website. For any questions or additional information please contact the University of Alberta’s Campus Saint-Jean at or 780-465-8700.

Service Spotlight: Disability Resources

Disability Resources is committed to advocating for an accessible learning environment for all students at Red Deer College. Prospective and current students (including apprentices) with documented disabilities affecting mobility, learning, and physical or mental health can register to access resources and accommodations needed to achieve their learning outcomes. Students can connect with a member of our team to review documentation, discuss your needs and arrange appropriate resources and accommodations. Resources and accommodations can include classroom accommodations to make the environment more accessible and reduce the barriers a student may experience. Other resources and accommodations can include exam and test accommodations to alter exam accommodations to allow eligible students to demonstrate their knowledge. Assistive technology and software can support students in accessing their course materials in a format that best supports their learning in addition to support for government-based grants for students with permanent disabilities.
For more information, contact us: 
RDC's Response to COVID-19
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