Confederation College is launching a unique initiative for potential students in the fall, where students will be able to experience a post-secondary program risk-free.

Staff say due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the college will be offering a formal Commitment for its first year, first semester students. They’ll be able to enrol in a program and withdraw as late as October 7, with a full refund and without an academic penalty.

“We stand proudly behind the quality of education for which we are known, regardless of delivery method,” said Kathleen Lynch, President.

“This commitment underlines this fact and assures students that they can expect a positive learning experience this fall. These unprecedented times call for an unprecedented approach. Students can take a full four weeks to immerse themselves in their studies before deciding if they’ve made the right choice, turning their dreams into a reality by enrolling in one of our many programs.”

Student support services and the COVID-19 Student Emergency Fund remain available to students during the College’s spring/summer semester and will continue into the new academic year this fall.

Confederation College’s Student Union and college staff helped to raise over $425,000 to support local and international students with a $500 payment to help cover unforeseen expenses due to COVID-19.

Donations can be made online, or by contacting the Advancement Office at 807-632-5678.

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Confederation College supporting students through COVID-19