Radio Emily is a non-profit campus and community radio station based at Emily Carr University of Art + Design under the Emily Carr Students’ Union. It is a platform for students’ creative exploration and curation of content to entertain, inform and pique the curiosity of Emily Carr students, alumni, faculty and members of the Vancouver community by supplying diverse, alternative and community-oriented programming through internet radio. The station aims to broadcast daily and is run by student volunteers, assisted by one ECU staff member. If you are interested in having a show or assisting with programming, send a message to email@example.com.
Former Emily Carr students who have left the University without an approved voluntary Leave of Absence, must apply for re-admission. Applicants for re-admission must follow the current published deadlines and procedures as listed on the website. Applicants for re-admission who are in good standing and who wish to apply to the Visual Arts degree program, are not required to submit a portfolio. Applicants for re-admission to all other programs must submit a new portfolio as part of their application for readmission.
Re-admission is not guaranteed. Re-admission will be determined following an assessment of the academic record and the portfolio (if required). If re-admitted, students will be expected to follow the current requirements of their re-admission major. Not all previously completed course work is guaranteed to fit the re-admission major.
READ Books is Emily Carr University’s specialized art bookstore and an ongoing public program of the Libby Leshgold Gallery. READ stocks a diverse collection of artists’ books, monographs, exhibition catalogues, critical theory, artists’ editions, magazines and Emily Carr course textbooks. It is a social space for the fostering, cultivation, and promotion of publication as an artistic practice and aims to further the discourse around and support the production of contemporary art and design.
Emily Carr University of Art + Design will make every reasonable effort to accommodate the religious beliefs of its students without causing undue hardship on the faculty or the University. A full copy of the policy on religious accommodations can be found here: Religious Accommodations for Students.
Some curriculum areas require the completion of a review panel at the third and/or fourth year of study, often as a necessary component of a core course. A review panel is made up of a group of faculty who examine a student’s body of work for competence and maturity at his or her level of study.
The Dean’s’ Office contacts students requiring Review Panels with information about scheduling and their programs’ specific requirements.
Rights + Responsibilities
The University makes every attempt to see that no student, guest or employee is discriminated against in any University program or policy on grounds of race, national origin, colour, creed, religious affiliation, age, physical or mental ability, gender, or sexual orientation. Students who suspect they are being discriminated against should consult a Counsellor, their Dean or the Executive Director, Enrolment and Student Services/Registrar.