Let’s Get Started: How to apply
Every year, hundreds of students come to Holland College from across P.E.I., from other parts of Canada, and from around the world. Some are straight out of high school, others have been to university, and some others have been in the work force. All of them come here to get the education, experience, and skills that will take them closer to their life and career goals.
Today, you can become one of them in three easy steps.
1. Choose your program and campus
140 Weymouth Street
Toll free: 1-800-446-5265
2. Collect your application materials
Your official high school transcript. This is one of the most important documents we need. Have your high school forward your transcript directly to our Admissions Office.
Still in high school? If you are currently in Grade 12, get your first semester marks forwarded as soon as they are available; your final transcript should be forwarded after graduation.
Did you graduate a while ago? We still need your high school transcript. Even if you went on to post-secondary after high school, we need your high school marks.
Have a GED? If you did not graduate from high school and have a GED, send us a copy of that.
Can’t obtain your high school transcript? Contact us.
Any other transcripts. If you have attended any other post-secondary institution, have them forward your marks directly to our Admissions Office. Entry into many of our programs is competitive and your post-secondary marks can increase your chances for admission!
Supporting documents. You must include a resumé detailing your work and volunteer experience. Other documentation is listed in the Admission Requirements section of each program page. Check the admissions requirements for your program to see which items you need to supply.
Certifications. If you have any certificates or training that is relevant to the program to which you are applying include photocopies of the certificates. Recognition cannot be given for certificates without documentation.
Proof of your ability to speak English, if it is not your first language. Learn more here.
Application fees. These are $40 for most programs, except for Police Science, which is $125. Fees for international students are $100 for all programs. Have a valid credit card ready if you are applying online.
Online. Use this Full-Time Program Application Form to apply online for all programs except Police Science (Cadet). You must have a valid credit card to apply online. Send your supporting documents by regular post, email, or fax. Make sure your supporting documents clearly identify you so we can match them to your application.
On paper. You can also download the Holland College Application Form and submit it, along with your application fee, to our Admissions Office, or drop it off at any Holland College Centre. Addresses are on the form.
If you are applying for Police Science (Cadet), use this Application Form.
Accommodations. There are a limited number of rooms available in our student residence, Glendenning Hall, so it’s best to apply for your program and room as soon as possible. Use this online Residence Application Form.
The application review date for most programs is the last day of February every year. Some programs are very popular, so improve your chances of getting in by submitting your application and as many of your supporting documents as possible by that date.
Need any Help?
We can help guide you through the admissions process. Just email or call us at 1-800-446-5265.
Your information belongs to you! If you would like to give someone else (a parent, guardian, or spouse, for example) access to your account information, you must fill out this form.
Do you have previous post secondary education? If so, you should apply for transfer credit. With the proper information and documentation, we are able to assess course work (within ten years of age) for transfer credit toward the courses we offer. Fill out this Credit Transfer Application Form to be considered. Printable version found here.
Are you a graduate of Holland College and need your transcript from us? Log in to Webadvisor, click on the Students and Graduates icon and the Transcript Request link. You can also print out and send in this Transcript Request Form (Right Click – Save As.)
Staff in our Admissions Department can guide you throughout the application process. If you have questions about anything to do with your application, please call the college’s toll-free number or e-mail us. If you’re not sure which program you would like to take, call our toll-free number (see below) or e-mail us and we will help you identify programs that would be of interest to you.
If you would like to take a tour of one of our locations and talk to program instructors contact Tracey Vessey to make the arrangements.