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Student Services

At Brighton College, your educational success and professional development are important to us. We offer a number of services in the areas of career development, academic assistance and more including but not limited to:

  • A Brighton College exclusive job posting page – Brighton College Career Center (BCCC)
  • Career development services
  • Job search services
  • Academic advising services
  • Tutoring services
  • Study skills, exam taking, and time management workshops
  • International student documentation assistance
  • Networking events
  • Student appreciation days/birthdays

Course Evaluation Questionnaire

This course evaluation is designated for students who are finishing a course. You will be prompted to fill this out by your instructor, so please do not start it before you are instructed.

The purpose of this questionnaire is to provide the college with feedback that can be used to improve the delivery of each course.

Ensure you are logged out of Canvas on your web browser before beginning the questionnaire!

Start the Course Evaluation Questionnaire


Tax Information – T2202A

What is a T2202A?

T2202A is a tax receipt that is issued to students reporting the total tuition paid in the previous calendar year. The form shows the amount of tuition that can be reported for income tax purposes, as well as the number of months eligible for the education deduction. Find more information in the Revenue Canada.

Who will get a T2202A form?

T2202A is the Tuition, Education, and Textbook Amounts Certificate, which is used for reporting to the Canada Revenue Agency for income tax purposes. This form is issued to students who meet all of the following conditions:

  • You were enrolled during the calendar year in a qualifying education program or a specified education program;
  • You paid more than $100 in tuition fees;

When and how do I get my T2202A?

T2202A for the current calendar year (January to December) is available by the end of February of the following year. Your T2202A for the previous calendar year is emailed to you by the end of February of the year. Should you haven’t received your T2202A after February 28 or you have your email address different from the one you provided upon program registration, please contact us with your most updated email address by sending us an email to T2202@brightoncollege.com.

Why is my T2202A showing less than what I paid?

There are a few possible reasons:

  • Eligible tuition fees are based on the calendar year for which the fees are assessed, not the date on which the fees are paid.
  • Not all tuition and related fees are tax deductible.

What is the difference between T2202A and T4A?

T2202A is an official tax receipt. It is issued to all students who paid tuition for qualifying courses in the previous calendar year. T2202A shows the amount of tuition that can be deducted for income tax purposes, as well as the number of months eligible for the education deduction. For more information, please see the Revenue Canada Student and Income Tax Guide [PDF].

T4A is an official document for tax purposes that must be reported on your tax return. It is issued to students who have received scholarships, bursaries, awards, and prizes from Brighton College in the previous calendar year.

Who can I contact regarding T2202A inquires?

For questions regarding tuition amounts, program duration or registration, please email T2202@brightoncollege.com.

Please include your full name and student ID number in all correspondence.

Please be advised that the College does not provide any tax advice.


Certifications That May Better Your Career Opportunities

Depending on your chosen career path, one or more of these certifications may be important for your career opportunities and your ability to take on roles with more responsibility. Take the time to look at your desired positions on any job site to see whether they regularly ask for or require any of these regulatory certifications.

1.   Foodsafe Level 1

This one-day course, featuring food handling, sanitation, and work safety, is designed for front line food service workers such as cooks, servers, bussers, dishwashers, and deli workers.  The course covers important food safety and worker safety information including foodborne illness, receiving and storing food, preparing food, serving food, cleaning and sanitizing.

This course is arranged by Brighton College for Hospitality programs regularly. Please contact Brighton College Student Services at 604-227-3883 for registration.

Students may also take Foodsafe Level 1 on their own. Please see the link below for details.

http://www.foodsafe.ca/

2.   Serving it Right (SIR)

This self-study course educates food industry employees about their legal responsibilities when serving alcohol.

The SIR certificate is available online. Please check the link below for details:

http://www.servingitright.com/