Attend Athabasca University online by visiting AthabascaU.com and submitting an online application for enrollment in its undergraduate or graduate programs, which includes paying the appropriate fees and submitting your transcripts from previous educational institutions. You may also request an evaluation of your past work or work experience to qualify for additional course credits.
Participation in the online education programs at Athabasca University requires you to submit an application through the ApplyAlberta online form, which manages all applications to public post-secondary institutions within the Canadian province of Alberta. Answer questions about past educational history, personality and interests, along with other details for the admissions agents to determine if you meet the undergraduate requirements. Pay a one-time application fee, which covers the cost of reviewing the application and performing any other inquiries into your background as necessary.
Transfer your transcripts from the last educational institution you attended, such as a high school or another post-secondary school. The application process concludes with a work evaluation, during which an admissions agent examines your past work experience or educational assignments to determine if you qualify for course credits through the Prior Learning Assessment Recognition program. This evaluation also requires you to pay a one-time fee.