Campus life can be exciting, exhilarating, intimidating, or just plain confusing! These links will take to you to information on things you need to know about, including information about accommodations, health care, counselling, assessment and support services, and links to the college's events calendar, the library, and Samuel's Campus Stores.
In previous years, Holland College provided a T2202A Tuition and Enrolment Certificate to full-time and part-time students so that they could claim the eligible tuition fees for federal and provincial/territorial tax purposes where applicable, and education and textbook amounts for provincial/territorial tax purposes where applicable.
At the beginning of 2019, Canada Revenue Agency changed the process. Now, Holland College must submit a new form, T2202, electronically to Canada Revenue Agency every year. The form will contain individual information for each student, including their social insurance number, as well as a summary.
If you have not provided your social insurance number to Holland College and would like to do so, so that we can include it on the T2202 Tuition and Enrolment Certificate if you are eligible, please contact Sandra MacKenzie at 902-629-4217 or 1-800-446-5265
Holland College will release a T2202 Tuition and Enrolment Certificate to each eligible student via WebAdvisor late February.
The Holland College Student Union is the voice of students attending programs on all campuses of Holland College. The Student Union provides students with services to make their lives easier, including a health and dental benefits plan. It organizes events and programs to make students’ lives more fun and is involved in advocacy and campaigns to try to improve all students’ lives.
Our Office of Retention, Part-Time Study, & Career Services provides access to strategic academic support, academic advising and career preparation to help students achieve their educational and professional goals. Visit this page for more information.
ITS provides infrastructure and IT support to the entire college community. We have staff on the Prince of Wales Campus, the Summerside Waterfront Campus and in the Tourism and Culinary Centre to provide technology services to college locations across P.E.I.
From our centralized service desk in the Centre for Applied Sciences and Technology on the Prince of Wales Campus, our staff provide the infrastructure and support for computing services, audio visual, administrative systems, and web development.
Visit us at Integrated Technology Services.
Are you a musician, or do you play in your high school band? If you would like to continue playing, join the Welshmen Community Band!
For links to information and schedules for planes, buses, shuttles, and ferries, visit the Transportation page.
Information about clinics, health insurance, and physiotherapy.
Need to talk to someone? If you need to talk to someone from Student Academic Support Services; the Office of Retention, Part-Time Studies & Career Planning; Admissions; First Year Advising; Scholarships, Awards, or the Writing Centre, you can book an appointment or meeting through our new online booking system.
If you’re not sure who you need to talk to, the Student Help Centre also has a course in SAM which explains the services each department offers, and which staff member can help you best. This will help you book with the right department and the right person!
We look forward to helping you!
If you have a learning disability, or suspect that you may have one, contact our Academic Support team. They will help you identify supports such as learning plans and adaptive technologies that will ensure that you can reach your fullest academic potential.
We are dedicated to providing appropriate and reasonable accommodations for your disability. If you have a physical disability, please contact our Academic Support team.
If you would like help figuring out what career is right for you, our assessment services staff can help. Find out more about how our Assessment Services team can help you.
If you would like to talk to a counsellor about anything at all, we have people who want to help you. Find out more about Counselling Services.
Living in residence can make the transition into college easier, especially if you have never lived away from home before. We have two residences on the Prince of Wales Campus in Charlottetown. Students who are taking programs at other Holland College locations may also live in residence and commute to class. Residence rooms are in high demand, so apply at the same time you apply for your Holland College program.
If you need to find accommodations off campus, we have a list of rental properties all over the Island.