Our policies are listed below. If you require assistance, our supportive EAP staff are available to help you:
|Wong International Centre
|Sharon Churchill Roe (Manager, English Language Centre — Fountain Learning Commons)
|Susanne Campbell (Head Instructor, English Language Centre — Fountain Learning Commons)
|Ted Salmon (Homestay Coordinator — Fountain Learning Commons)
|Residence Life Office (Old Student Union Building)
|Your Instructors (Fountain Learning Commons)
Throughout the year, we offer support classes for students seeking extra practice in English skills:
Classes will be held in the Fountain Commons. Students currently enrolled in a degree program are also welcome to participate.
Please contact the English Language Centre to register; a minimum of three students each term are required for the course to be offered. A 10% discount is offered to students who register and pay for more than one week.
For a complete list of our policies, please refer to the student handbook (PDF).
Students who miss four or more EAP terms must take the CAEL placement test, or provide an IELTS or TOEFL score to determine the correct level for them to study in. According to Acadia’s admission policies, IELTS or TOEFL scores must be no more than 12 months old at the time of registration to be accepted.
You qualify for a full refund of your pre-paid tuition only if you have been denied authorization to study in Canada and provide documentation from the proper Canadian authority stating that your application to study in Canada was denied.
The EAP application fee ($125) is non-refundable.
To withdraw from the EAP program, you will need to submit an official Withdrawal Request. Your Acadia University username and password are required. If you are eligible for a refund it will be processed with 10 days. Refunds are processed by the method you paid or by credit on your student account.