There is no student residence at the Boucher Institute. The campus is located at the Columbia SkyTrain station and students are recommended to live anywhere within easy access of the SkyTrain (the public elevated transit system in the Lower Mainland). Several months before matriculation the Admissions Department sends out a New Student Guide to incoming students with a Housing Guide and details on transportation and information on various communities.
In addition to Boucher's Scholarships and Bursaries, the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CIBC) extends aid to those students who qualify under the Professional Edge Student Program, which is the same line of credit extended to medical students. Students can apply for a line of credit for up to $140,000.
For details, please contact a branch of CIBC.
We make no representation that any state or country outside of Canada will accept our diploma. Students are responsible for ensuring their own licensure through the jurisdiction in which they wish to ultimately practice naturopathic medicine.