The campus offers the following student services: ATHLETICS; CAREER CENTRE (Career & Vocational Development Planning, Career Preparation, Employment, Events & Announcements, Resources & Links, Workshops, and Job Board.); COMMUNITY LIFE (Student Life, Harassment Policy, Health Services); COUNSELLING SERVICES; FINANCIAL AID (Admissions, Entrance Scholarships, External Scholarships & Bursaries, Government Funding, Returning Student Scholarships); INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS; LEARNING SERVICES (Learning Services Centre, Academic Advising); ORIENTATION (Parents and Families, Residence Students, Commuter Students, Transfer Students); RESIDENCE LIFE; SPIRITUAL FORMATION (chapels, music teams, creative team, drama team, small groups, community days, mission emphasis day, spiritual emphasis day); STUDENT LEADERSHIP; OFF-CAMPUS HOUSING; and SEMINARY SERVICES.
The Student Council aims to develop and enhance the spiritual, mental, social, and physical growth of the students. It provides leadership that works to present each student “perfect in Christ.” Other leadership teams include: Women’s Leadership Team, Athletic Leadership Team, and Youth Conference Central Planning Team.
Ambrose’s varsity team is under the name “Ambrose Lions” in the Alberta Colleges Athletic League competitions in soccer, basketball, volleyball, hockey. It comprises the following teams: Men’s Basketball, Women’s Basketball, Hockey, Men’s Soccer, Women’s Soccer, Men’s Volleyball, and Women’s Volleyball. The athletic department also hosts the intramural competitions in outdoor football in the fall and floor hockey in the winter. Other intramural activities include: Flag Football, Indoor Soccer, 3 on 3 Basketball, and Floor Hockey.
Ambrose provides undergraduate and graduate students theological education, and its graduate programs are accredited by the Association of Theological Schools in the United States and Canada for its seminary degrees. The Association for Biblical Higher Education also accredits the Colleges’ undergraduate theology and ministry degrees. The College offers the following programs: Bachelor of Arts (Behavioural Science, Business Administration, Christian Studies, English Literature, General Studies, History, Music); Bachelor of Science (Biology); Diploma (University Studies); Faculty of Theology (Bachelor of Children’s Ministries, Church Ministries, Intercultural Studies, Worship Arts, Youth Ministries, Post-Professional After Degree); Diplomas (Associate in Ministry); Certificates (Nazarene Ordination After-Degree).
Students who plan to live off-campus can call or email the Student Development Department or visit the College’s site for more information.
Students who would like to get scholarship grants or awards can apply for the Entrance Scholarships provided by the College. They offer up to $10,000 to new students in the areas of Athletics, Music, Leadership, and Academic Excellence. Transfer scholarships worth $2,000 are also available to students.
Calgary is the largest city in the province of Alberta, Canada. Calgary's urban scene has changed considerably since the beginning of the city's rapid growth. It is also starting to become recognized as one of Canada's most diverse cities.
Calgary's downtown features an eclectic mix of restaurants and bars, cultural venues, shopping, and public squares such as Olympic Plaza. Downtown tourist attractions include the Calgary Zoo, the TELUS World of Science, the TELUS Convention Centre, the Chinatown district, the Glenbow Museum, the Calgary Tower, the Art Gallery of Calgary (AGC) and the EPCOR Centre for the Performing Arts.
Calgary has a semi-arid, highland continental climate with long, dry, but highly variable, winters and short, moderately warm summers. As a consequence of Calgary's high elevation and relative dryness, summer evenings can be very cool, the average summer minimum temperature drops to +8°C, and frosts can occur in any month of the year.