Admissions Representatives Profiles

 

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Marilyn McNeill
Admissions Advisor

Marilyn McNeill is a business graduate with more than 20 years experience in Students Services at BCIT. After completing a Diploma in Holistic Nutrition in 2012 she joined the staff of Boucher Institute Medical Clinic to use her student and client service skills in a smaller, more health centered environment. In 2014 she moved to the working as an admission officer and student services event coordinator and has now taken on the role of Admissions Advisor. Contact her for personalized, friendly navigation through the admissions process.

 

Jennifer Ramsey
Senior Admissions Advisor

Jennifer’s work experience includes five years at the Legislative Assembly of the Northwest Territories as Principal Clerk, Standing and Special Committees giving procedural advice and support to the Speaker and MLAs. She has a Master’s of Library and Information Studies and has worked in public, university, and special libraries, as well as running her own business for six years. Jennifer is excited to bring her varied experience to bear on the Admissions department of the Boucher Institute of Naturopathic Medicine, and loves connecting with prospective students to help them realize their dream of becoming naturopathic doctors.

 

Shannon Svingen-Jones
Dean of Student Services

Shannon Svingen-Jones has over 15 years of academic leadership experience in post secondary educational settings.  As Dean of Student Services her primary role is to respond to students needs and offer quality programming that is committed to student success both academically and personally. Shannon is part of the senior leadership team that is responsible for the high quality of student life on campus and she acts as a liaison between the college administrators and student organizations.

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Mailing address:
230-435 Columbia Street,
Westminster, BC, Canada V3L 5N8

Phone: 604.777.9981
Fax: 604.777.9982

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Quick Facts


Program: Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine

General Requirements
  • • A degree and no less than 90 credits overall from a recognized or authorized Canadian or a regionally accredited American post-secondary institution is required for entry into the program.
  • • For credentials earned outside of Canada and the US, a "comprehensive evaluation" must be completed from an acceptable service and submitted for review.
  • • Minimum "C" grade in all required prerequisites

Length of Program : Four years for full-time students

Tuition and Fees: $23,933 is the base tuition for students entering year 1 of the program in September 2018.

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