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A campus addition is a non-main campus which does not meet the definition of an additional location. Examples of campus addition may include government or corporate training, classes for high school students, temporary classroom space, and sites where only portions of a complete program are offered.
If the proposed campus is separate from the main campus, the students cannot easily avail themselves of the student services at the main campus, and a complete program is offered to the general public at the site, it meets the Council’s definition of an additional location. This location must be reported using the Part I of the Additional Location Application. If the proposed campus does not meet these definitions, or if additional clarification is necessary, please contact the Council office.