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A student seeking admission to Casa Loma College must meet the general admissions requirements in addition to the requirements of their specific degree program.
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Three years later, the 59-year-old searches for the words to describe it. “It wasn’t sudden, but over time, I knew in my mind that something was different. I wasn’t able to manage some of the stuff that I had been doing before.” He speaks slowly and carefully. “I found that people were seeing what was going on with me. As that went on, it came to a head. I was diagnosed with Alzheimer
As you pass by the third-floor offices, you will see a new face in the Registrar’s Office. We can thank Google for Kimberly’s arrival at Casa Loma as she had heard through the grapevine there was a registrar position open – she googled Casa Loma and there were so many positive comments from former students about the staff and faculty that she was immediately impressed and decided to apply for the position. Kimberly knew she
Steven is a welcome addition to the College and our Admissions Department.
Steven recently graduated from CSUN with a B.A. in Political Science with an emphasis on Law & Society, choosing Political Science as he felt it encompassed a variety of subjects that would cultivate his mind into different areas of society. Steven came to Casa Loma to pursue a career in the education field and to aid
Program Information Night
Our Program Information Night is for prospective students who are looking for more information about Casa Loma College, our programs and support programs, as well as the admissions and financial aid process. The session lasts abou
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Student profile at Casa Loma College
12-month full time enrollment July 1, 2017 – June 30, 2018:
Enrollment by Gender:
A Diverse Student Population:
Black or African American: .041%
Native Pacific Islander: .005%
18-24 years: 24%
25-39 years: 62%
40 and above: 14%
Student Faculty Ratio:
How to set up a tour of the campus?
You can visit Casa Loma College year around, Monday through Friday 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 pm. and on Saturday 9:30 am to 1:00 pm. Admissions appointments and tours can be scheduled by calling 800-270-5052.
How do I find contact information for faculty, staff and other people at Casa Loma College?
Your instructors should provide their contact information at the start of the course in both the syllabi and/or in your course on Moodle. Finding contact information for anyone at Casa Loma College is easy – just click Here
Do I have to own a computer to be a student at Casa Loma College?
While we highly recommend students have their own computer, it is not a requirement for enrollment; however, you must have access to a computer with reliable Internet access throughout the semester. You can also access computers on campus in the Learning Resource Center.
How do I connect my devices to the internet while on campus?
Only Casa Loma College students, faculty and staff can connect to the campus Wi-Fi. You can connect to the Casa Loma College Wireless Network using your wireless enabled device.
What is Moodle?
Casa Loma College provides a learning management system called Moodle that is used to support online courses as well as blended, and face-to-face classes. Moodle is an easy to use online learning tool where you can share documents, participate in discussion boards, take tests, and view grades. Accessible 24/7 via the Internet, Moodle allows students and faculty with a secure log in to access course information as needed. All new students take Introduction to Online Learning which provides students an introduction to Moodle and how to navigate throughout the system.
Do I have to purchase my own textbooks?
Textbooks are included in the cost of the program; however, students do have the option of purchasing their own textbooks and would have to notify their Admissions Advisor prior to enrollment of this option. Students purchasing their own textbooks are responsible for ensuring the correct textbook including edition number are purchased prior to course start. Textbook information can be found Here