Student Resources

Student Resources

Four Year Route Requirements

Requirements in Years 1 & 2 Planner are for students who are admitted into the four year route. This planner outlines what is required in years 1 and 2. As students enter years 3 & 4 they are to refer to the BCR planner. You may take options from the BCR planner to fulfill your open options in years 1 and 2.
 


FAQs

CORE is an acronym for COmmunity REhabilitation

Applications are completed through the University of Calgary.

The deadline to apply for the fall semester is March 1st of each year.

New students are sent detailed registration instruction after acceptance into the program.

Students coming from high school (or Year 1) should take the following courses in the first two years:

CORE 205 (Fall), 207 (Winter), 209 (Fall), 487 (Winter) and CORE 321, plus 15 other option courses (PSYC 200 & PSYC 201 are highly recommended).

Diploma and university transfer students should refer to the BCR Student Planner for required courses.

CRDS offers courses in fall, winter, and spring terms.

How do I get credit for UCalgary prerequisites that I took as part of my diploma program (intro psychology, sociology, etc.)?

To have credit put on the system for prerequisite courses you took from other institutions, give Sarah Hawley a call at 220-2985 or e-mail sjhogan@ucalgary.ca and she can put up the credit on the system so you can register for courses requiring the prerequisite.


Scholarships

The Albert Jucker-Kiddle Memorial Scholarship


The Albert Jucker-Kiddle Endowed Scholarship was created in 2019 by Albert's family and friends. It celebrates the life of a sweet boy with a contagious smile who, despite his challenges, enjoyed life to the fullest by swimming, cycling, making music, swinging, reading, and enjoying jokes. He brought joy and laughter to everyone whose life he touched in his seven short years.

The scholarship also honours the enthusiastic and caring developmental aides who were students in the Community Rehabilitation and Disability Studies Program, who worked with Albert and his family, helping to facilitate his enjoyment of life and his love of learning. It is open to CRDS students in their third or fourth year who work with children with disabilities and have demonstrated excellence in their academic work and in practicums.

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The S.P Cran and Family Graduate Scholarship


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