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How to Verify Your Admission Application Status at Can-College

  1. Verify your admission application status yourself by logging into your LMS profile.
    • Shortly after you submit an application, you will be sent login credentials to our LMS system to the email address that was used for the application. Click here to go to the login page and enter your credentials to log into the college LMS system.
    • From there, click on the person icon on the top right to navigate to your profile.
    • If you have a legitimate and active offer from the college, you will be able to see your profile details, invoices, and current admission status on our LMS system.
    • Note that applications are automatically deleted from our system when offer letter expires. Offer letters generally expire 30-60 days after they are issued.
    • If the above steps do not work and you cannot check your application status, please verify your admission by emailing with your full name, as it appears on your application, and reference number.
  2. Once you have received your offer letter and made a payment, verify your admission application status by emailing the college.
    • Once you have received your offer letter and have made any payment to the college (i.e. MSA fee, LOA fee) but have not received any response from the college after 7 business days, you may email to verify your admission status. You will need to include your full name, as it appears on the application, your reference number.
    • If you would like to verify your payment to the college, email the accounts department with your full name, reference number, and proof of payment.
  3. Ensure that all communication is legitimately from Can-College.
    • Any documents and/or important information will be sent to the email address that was used for your application. This includes the offer letter and Letter of Acceptance.
    • Any emails from Can-College will ALWAYS be sent from one of the following domains: , ,
    • If the email you receive is NOT from one of the domains listed above, it is not from Can-College.
    • Can-College has not authorized any third-party agent or agency to issue documents on our behalf. Any official documents will be issued by the college from one of the domains listed above.

Statement of Admission Application Fraud

Education Agents

Some international students may choose to hire an education agent to help prepare for studying in Canada. An education agent, consultant or agency provides advice and placement assistance for international students who wish to study in Canada. Education agents can be individuals or organizations located in Canada or abroad, offering marketing, promotion, recruitment, and other services in the education sector. Education agents are known by various titles, such as student advisors, education consultants, counsellors or representatives.

It is important to note that education agents cannot provide advice on Canada’s immigration process. In 2011, the Government of Canada amended the Immigration and Refugee Act to make it illegal for anyone but an authorized representative, a person you name and who has the required skills and training, to charge fees to help people with immigration and refugee applications to Canada; this includes education agents.

The Government of Canada does not qualify, accredit, guarantee, or endorse any particular agent. Can-College also does not endorse or authorize any particular agent/agency to process or issue any official college document on our behalf. We recommend that each student researches the background, experience, and expertise of the agent, determines which Canadian institutions are authorizing their services, and seek references before engaging with an agent. Confirm directly with an institution of interest to determine authorization for agent representation.

For more information on how to apply for a study permit, extend your stay as a student, or to learn about other student-related visas, visit the Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada website.

Statement of Application Fraud

It is the student’s responsibility to ensure that the application information and all supporting documentation is truthful, complete, and correct.

C.C.E.C. reserves the right to verify any information provided as part of your application.

It is an act of serious academic misconduct to provide any false or misleading information, either by omission or commission, in your application.

If it is proven, or if the C.C.E.C. has reasonable grounds to conclude that any information in your application or in any of the material submitted in support of your application is determined to be false or misleading, or written by a third party, your application may be invalidated at the absolute and sole discretion of C.C.E.C.

This could result in immediate rejection of your application, in the revocation of an offer of admission, or in the termination of your registration at C.C.E.C..

Any such information may be shared by C.C.E.C. with the Government Agencies and/or with other universities and colleges across Canada.

How to Protect Yourself

You can protect yourself by taking the following precautions:

  • Make sure the websites you are visiting are secure. If they are secure, they will contain https:// at the beginning of the website address (URL) and have a padlock or security lock icon on the login page. Our college website address is secure and safe.
  • Do not give out personal or financial information by email, on the phone, on social media, or on a website unless you know it is secure and legitimate. We have not authorised any agent or individual to act as our agent or collect fees on our behalf. We have the following website page for a direct fee payment information. 
  • Make sure you apply privacy and safety filters. Ensure that your computer firewalls, and virus and/or spyware checkers are up to date.
  • If you suspect a website or social media account of fraud, contact us via email to report it as fake. Make sure you are using the correct website address.
  • Do not open website links in emails from strangers.
  • If you have not received direct communication from the college administration, and have asked a friend to help you and they are the one dealing with the college for your admission, please send an email to verify the status of your application.

How to Report Fraud

Canadians should contact the Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre. For non-Canadians outside of Canada, gather all information about the fraud (documents, copies of emails, etc.) and report the incident to your local police and also send it to the college
via email.

Every year, many international students become victims of fraud through websites, email, phone calls, and social media. Fraudsters will offer false promises, such as guaranteed entry into Canada or scholarships to study in Canada in exchange for financial and personal information.  

Currently, all our college’s admission application processes are free of charge, and typically run through online application forms hosted on our official website: .

Canadian Career Education College’s administration/staff will never call you or ask you to pay money or send prepaid credit and gift cards, money wires, or e-transfers through a specific private money transfer company, an agent, counsel, or firm for an application.

Warning Signs of Fraud

Detecting fraud is not always easy. Here are a few things to look out for:

  • Someone asks you for money in order to access or complete an application process.
  • Someone asks you to send documents, personal information, or payments through social media or WhatsApp .
  • Someone guarantees you entry into Canada, a significant amount of money, a high-paying job, or faster processing of an application.
  • There is a sense of urgency and pressure to act immediately without being given much information.
  • The website or email looks legitimate, but there are errors in spelling and grammar in the text.

There are many different types of fraud. Educate yourself about them.