special offer

Get 10% off Your First Two Classes When You Start Mid-year

Join us on campus this November or January for face to face education and discipleship and save 10% on tuition!

We've made our semesters more flexible to keep up with the changing conditions of the pandemic. Each semester is divided into two seven-week sessions of two courses each. What this means for you is that you can now start your studies on campus mid-year and get 10% off tuition for your first session! 

Learn more about how to start mid-year at Briercrest below. Get started and claim your discount by filling out the form below!

Get your discount now!

COVID Restrictions and Community | A Day in the Life at Briercrest College

 

Despite new health guidelines and restrictions, community and discipleship are still happening at Briercrest. Watch this student blog for a picture of what it's really like to be a student at Briercrest right now.

Check Out Our Video Viewbook and Campus Map

Ever been to Caronport, Saskatchewan? Explore our campus virtually with our interactive campus map and learn more about all aspects of life at Briercrest with our video viewbook.

Video Viewbook     Campus Map

Why You Should Consider Coming to Briercrest this November

If you’re looking for face to face education and discipleship this fall, you can still find it at Briercrest.  Wondering what you can expect from life at Briercrest right now? Read our student blog to learn more about what this fall has been like so far.

Read Student Blog Post

Jacob Adams

Download the November Course Menu

Interested in studying with us mid-year?
Find out what courses you could take this November.

Check out the course menu PDF by clicking the image.

 

Terms and Conditions

  • This offer is available to any Briercrest College student joining us on campus mid-year for the November or January sessions. 
  • This offer guarantees incoming students 10% off the tuition cost of their first session or two classes. 
  • This offer applies to on-campus face to face classes only. 
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I met a lot of professors who truly cared about their students. They taught us with great dignity and respect. I appreciate all of the faculty members that I took classes with. I will continue to keep in touch with some of the ones I connected with.
From the National Survey of Student Engagement 2015