Hope Centre is an Office of the Registrar location. You can register and pay for any UFV classes and learn more about the admission process, program transfers, equivalences, official transcripts, fees and payments, and semester information.
Complete your Adult Dogwood or take university pre-requisite courses. Give your confidence a boost and open the door to better job prospects. If you’re a domestic student, upgrading courses are tuition-free, and you may also qualify for funding through the Adult Upgrading Grant to help cover other costs. Enjoy flexible program options (including some online courses) and small class sizes with highly trained instructors.
Visit the Upgrading and University Preparation website for more information.
Request training or professional development customized to your needs at Hope Centre or at an alternate location. Fill out the Continuing Education training request form to get a quote.
High school students may take UFV classes for credit and complete high school with a jump start on their university academic record.
An ongoing agreement between the Fraser-Cascade School District #78 and UFV provides dual-credit learning opportunities for students between Hope and Agassiz. Students receive credit toward their high school graduation and also earn first-year university-level credits. The goal of the program is to provide high school students with the opportunity of experiencing what life as a university student will be like, to explore a program path and to gain the advantage of graduating with university credits in their portfolio. Students receive a student ID number, have access to their own myUFV account, receive a student card, and are able to access the UFV library.
The classes take place in SD78 classrooms within Agassiz Elementary Secondary School (AESS) or Hope Secondary (as appropriate) and are arranged to fit around extra-curricular programs. Provided with a list of potential courses by the Hope Centre coordinator, counsellors of SD78 and the principals meet with their students to get input on which course(s) are most of interest to the students.
AESS has also made their courses available to the general public. The tuition and fees for the students of SD78 are paid for through the agreement; the students purchase their own texts and supplies. Adult students are responsible for all applicable tuition, fees, cost of textbook and supplies. If you have questions, contact the Hope Centre.
Have your exam invigilated by a UFV trained proctor at Hope Centre. For students writing non-UFV exams, there is an invigilation charge of $55/student per exam for up to 3 hours, and an additional $15 per hour or portion thereof after 3 hours. Payment methods include debit, credit, cash, or cheque. Hope Centre can invoice your institution if you aren’t responsible for payment; contact your institution to find out if you are responsible for invigilation fees.
There is no charge to write UFV exams. If you would like to write a UFV exam, you must obtain your instructor's permission prior to booking your exam with Hope Centre.
Hope Centre is an Assessment Services location where you can book to write the Composition Placement Test (CPT). To book an individual appointment time, contact Hope Centre. The CPT costs $35. Visit the UFV Assessment Services website to learn more about the CPT.
Drop in or make an appointment to have your student card picture taken. When your student card is ready, we will give you a call to come pick it up.
Hope Centre is a Bookstore location. You can either order textbooks online and have them shipped to Hope Centre, or you can email firstname.lastname@example.org to have textbooks shipped to the Hope Centre Bookstore and pay for them in-person when you pick them up.
If you have library books to return, you can drop them off at the Hope Centre.
Computer access and “pay-as-you-go” printing are available for UFV students during Hope Centre's hours of operation.
If you need a Blackboard tutorial or computer support for UFV online classes, drop by Hope Centre for some one-on-one assistance.
Rooms equipped with tables and chairs may be booked for a meeting or community event. Rental room fees apply. To find out room availability or for more information, fill out the room booking request form.
Apply to Hope Centre for volunteering opportunities to expand your resume. Email email@example.com to inquire about volunteer opportunities at Hope Centre.
Stop by the Hope Centre bookstore and see what we have in stock or order in the sizes and colours of your preference.