The fall term is approaching and if you’re a new student you probably have lots of questions. We’ve listed five popular questions we get asked at this time of year.
If you don’t find your answer here, you can use Ask George to find the answer to your question or call our Contact Centre at 416-415-2000.
What is STU-VIEW?
This is where you’ll go to view your college details like your schedule and grades. You also pay your fees on STU-VIEW and register for courses in your program.
You need a student ID and password to log in to STU-VIEW
How do I get a password?
You got your password in the acknowledgement letter sent to you after you applied.
If you want to change that password, you can do so at https://service.georgebrown.ca
If you lost that letter or can’t remember your password, call the Contact Centre at (416) 415-2000.
Do I have to take a placement test?
There are different types of testing that you may have to complete as part of your application (pre-admission testing) or in order to register for the correct level of Math/English course after you are admitted (placement testing).
Check your Admissions Application Summary on STU-VIEW& to see if you are required to complete an English and/or math placement test for your program. If so, book your test(s) via STU-VIEW or by calling the Contact Centre at 416-415-2000. For more information, visit the georgebrown.ca/assessment/.
How do I get proof that I’m a full-time student at George Brown College?
You can get a Confirmation of Enrolment at records.georgebrown.ca. There’s a $15 charge.
Find out more about your student records at georgebrown.ca/registrars/transcripts-credentials-enrolment-confirmation/.
Where can I park around campus?
Casa Loma Campus has parking lots (they are run by a private company and not by George Brown College). There is also an underground parking lot at the Daphne Cockwell Centre for Health Sciences at Waterfront Campus.
Use the Green P Parking map to find parking lots around our campuses. There are also several private parking lots around both campuses.