Thank you for choosing College of the North Atlantic (CNA). Please be advised, that while CNA will continue to receive applications throughout the COVID-19 pandemic there will be a delay in processing. Applications will be processed as quickly as possible and applicants will be advised if any additional information is required.


 

 

 
The selected program is not available to apply online. There are several reasons this may occur:
  • the program has special entrance requirements
  • the program is not available for intake at the moment
Please contact us for more information.

 

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  1. The following programs are not open to International students: 
    Diagnostic Ultrasonography, Medical Lab Assistant, Medical Sciences, Medical Laboratory Sciences, Medical Laboratory Technology, Medical Radiography, Primary Care Paramedicine, Rehab Assistant (OTA/PTA), Respiratory Therapy.
  2. Applications regarding Practical Nursing:
    An admissions person will email you additional forms that will need to be completed as part of the application process.
    Applicants are required to complete and submit all documentation. Only completed applications will be considered.
  3. Applications regarding Advanced Care Paramedicine and X-Ray Skills for Medical Laboratory Technologists:
    These programs are not open for application as they require working experience / recommendation from an employer.

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Important Information:

No application will be considered until all of the following documents have been completed and are on file at the Campus Student Services Office. (NOTE: International applicants must forward all documentation to Prince Philip Drive Campus for processing regardless of the Program/Campus being applied for):
  1. Fully completed application form.
  2. Receipt of application fee*. The application fee is non-refundable.
  3. Receipt of Program-specific documents (e.g. driver"s license, portfolios, medical forms etc):
    1. For Canadian applicants:
      If you are a Canadian applicant, forward any required program-specific documents to the Student Services Office of the Campus you have applied to.
      If you are applying to a program offered by Distributed Learning, please click here to see where required documentation must be sent.
    2. For International applicants:
      If you are an International applicant, you will have to forward any required program-specific documents to Prince Philip Drive Campus for processing regardless of the Program/Campus being applied for.
  4. Proof of English Language:
    1. For Canadian applicants:
      If you are a Canadian applicant and English is not your first language, please forward your Proof of English Language to the Student Services Office of the Campus you have applied to.
      If you are applying to a program offered by Distributed Learning, please click here to see where required documentation must be sent.
    2. For International applicants:
      If you are an International applicant from a country that is not exempt from language requirements, you will have to forward your Proof of English Language to Prince Philip Drive Campus for processing regardless of the Program/Campus being applied for.
  5. Receipt of official transcript of high school marks or high school equivalency marks:
    1. For Newfoundland and Labrador applicants:
      1. If you attended/graduated High School in Newfoundland and Labrador prior to 2020, the college can obtain a copy of your high school marks directly from the Department of Education as long as you provide your MCP number on your application.
      2. If you attended/graduated High School in Newfoundland and Labrador in 2020 or later, the college can obtain a copy of your high school marks directly from the Department of Education as long as you provide your High School Student # on your application.
      3. If you are presently in Level III/Grade 12 of High School in Newfoundland & Labrador and will be writing exams in June, the college can obtain a copy of your high school marks directly from the Department of Education once final marks are available, as long as you provide your High School Student # on your application.
    2. For Canadian applicants outside of Newfoundland and Labrador:
      1. Forward your official transcript of high school marks or high school equivalency marks to the Student Services Office of your Campus.
        If you are applying to a program offered by Distributed Learning, please click here to see where this information must be sent.
    3. For International applicants:
      1. Forward your official transcripts to Prince Philip Drive Campus for processing regardless of the Program/Campus being applied for.
* Payment of the application fee will be required at the end of the online application process. Please have your credit card ready.
The fee is $30 CDN for Canadian applicants and $100 CDN for International applicants. Your online application will be deleted if payment is not made at this time.

The Online Application for Admission does not accept applications for "Advanced Standing" at this time; however, this component will be added at a later date.

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.