Artswork, Emily Carr’s online career services hub, connects you to opportunities, resources and programming to help you cultivate your career. This platform allows you to research and apply for opportunities in your field of study, access career resources and services, see upcoming programming, and upload your work for industry and the arts community to see.
For more information, contact the Career + Professional Development Office
Tel 604 844 3843
Students enrolled at Emily Carr who wish to register for courses at another post-secondary institute must obtain a Letter of Permission from Student Services prior to enrolment.
There is a nap area for students located in the Student Wellness Lounge D2392
The Emily Carr Students’ Union (ECSU) is independent of the institution and is here to help students by providing advocacy, events, clubs and services. As a vital source to all things Emily Carr, the ECSU helps facilitate your path and enhance your time here at school. They also create opportunities for students to meaningfully engage with the University Deans and administrators. The Emily Carr students’ Union creates an active student hub on campus and make students’ lives easier. Learn more at ecsu.ca.
Students are expected to make regular progress toward the completion of their degree. Occasionally students find that circumstances prevent them from continuing (e.g. medical, financial or personal) in the next semester. In such cases a student may apply for a leave of absence by submitting a Leave of Absence Request form to Student Services. A leave may be granted by the Registrar for up to one year, in which case a student is guaranteed a space in his/her program upon return. Students who find it necessary to remain away from studies at Emily Carr for more than one year will be required to reapply for admission. Request forms are available on the website under Student Services > Forms.
Students may be required to take a leave from their studies and attendance at the University in the rare circumstances where it is determined through a risk assessment process that a student may be at severe risk of harm to self and/or others, or severe disruption to the teaching and learning environment or University community (see Assessment and Treatment Care Plan Policy). The student may be on leave until such time that the risk has been mitigated through treatment from external medical/mental health practitioners and the safety of the individual and of the community is addressed.
Your OneCard identification card is used to borrow materials from the library, the audiovisual department and the tool crib. It is also required for access to the campus building and studios. The OneCard ID card can be used for discounts at Opus Framing + Art Supplies.
Card access will be updated automatically appropriate to your program and course schedule. If your card access does not work within 1 day of any change to your schedule , please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
To order your OneCard go to myEC and follow the OneCard links to upload your photo. Your OneCard will be ready for pick-up in the Student Commons two working days following your upload
To replace a lost card please go to the Student Commons to report the loss and order a new card. Please note that there will be a charge for replacement cards. Your card includes your photo and student identity number and should be protected from loss or use by others. Please report lost or stolen cards to Facilities and/or Security immediately.
The Artists’ Books collection, housed in the Ron Burnett Library & Learning Commons, encompasses books crafted, published, produced, or altered by an artist or artist collective. In addition to self-published artists’ books, the collection also includes limited editions resulting from collaborations with art organizations, artists’ books from both independent and mainstream press, and a growing collection of artists’ audio works. We also currently collect contemporary, limited edition print publications that exemplify the international collaboration occurring between designers, typographers.
All first year students completing a minimum of 21.0 Foundation year credit requirements with no more than 3.0 credits of studio and 6.0 credits of critical studies deficiencies by the end of April or by the end of the summer term (August) are eligible to apply to a Major program. For specific dates on when application to Majors or change of Majors are available, please contact Admissions: email@example.com .
Students who successfully complete the Foundation year (minimum 21 credits) are guaranteed entry into Visual Arts.
Selection to Majors will be based on highest to lowest GPA using all courses that have been completed at ECUAD and transferred to ECUAD.
All admission decisions will be communicated by April 15.
Admission policies and procedures are subject to change. Please check the Emily Carr website regularly or with Student Services for current requirements.