Current Students

Important dates and information about Yellowhead Tribal College campus life.

Academic Calendar

The Academic Calendar serves as an information source and planning document for students, faculty, staff and departments, as well as outside organizations. The Calendar includes registration dates, class start dates, add/drop deadlines, course descriptions, and more. 

The Calendar is an indication of the intention of the College at the time the Calendar was prepared. While we make every effort to ensure the content of the Calendar is accurate, it is sometimes necessary to make changes to the information contained within the calendar, including but not limited to: tuition and fees, entrance standards, academic standards, elimination of or changes to courses, policies, etc. 

YTC College Campus

Location: YTC is located on the third floor (#304) of 17304 105 Avenue. We also have classrooms on the main floor of the building. The entrance for this is just down the walkway towards the North side of the building. There is plenty of free parking in our main lot.

Besides the registrar, library, computer lab, and several classrooms, you will also find the offices for counsellors, program coordinators, and the Elders' Lounge on the third floor. On the main floor we have classrooms, a computer lab, and an Elders' Lounge. 

There are lockers available in the main entryway and in the hallway of the main floor. Please see reception if you are interested in renting a locker (rate is $20.00 for September - May).

YTC also has a Student Lounge where students can eat lunch, study, or relax.

Smoking is only allowed outside of the building, at least 5 metres from doors and entryways.

Driving to Campus:

Access from Yellowhead Freeway: Take Exit 381 and go south on 170 Street. Turn west (right) on 105 Avenue. YTC will be on your right.

Access from Stoney Plain Road: Turn north on 178 Street and then east (right) on 105 Ave. YTC will be on your left.

Map

Buses:

ETS Trip Planner

Snow Day Policy

The reality of living in Alberta means that sometimes there are winter days when it is simply too dangerous to come to campus, particularly for our students who are commuting from outside the city.

In the event of a snow day that results in cancelled classes, Yellowhead Tribal College will email the students at their YTC student gmails, and send out Facebook and Twitter alerts.

Keep an eye on the Edmonton and area weather with Environment Canada via the website or by calling their weather line: 780-468-4940.