ECU's Response to COVID-19:
Practicing artists or designers with an accredited degree or diploma in a related discipline may register in credit courses, where space permits, to a lifetime maximum of twelve (12) credits. Admission is based on assessment of the applicant’s official academic transcripts. Degree graduates of Emily Carr who wish to take credit studio courses are eligible for “Unclassified Student” status. Registration times for Unclassified Students are limited to the add/drop periods at the beginning of the fall and spring semesters. Please contact Student Services for more information.
The University Advancement Office oversees all fundraising activities and alumni relations programs.
The University Advancement Office develops and manages relationships with individuals, corporations, foundations, associations and other donors who provide financial support to the University. Fundraising initiatives include student awards, capital equipment, event sponsorships, programming and research to name a few. These funds are raised through personal meetings, external and internal events, annual appeals and direct marketing campaigns.
In addition, University Advancement Office personnel work in collaboration with the Emily Carr Foundation Board Directors and other members of the University community to develop strategies that will meet the University’s short and long term funding needs.
The University Advancement Office is also responsible for engaging Emily Carr University alumni and liaises with the Alumni Association and its members to create initiatives that support and benefit our alumni, and encourages alumni to stay connected with each other and the Emily Carr University community.
Contact the University Advancement Office at phone 604 630 4562 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Also see Alumni Association
The University is not responsible for loss, theft or damage to students’ work. This includes work that may be damaged as a result of computer failure or faulty equipment.