At JIBC, we like to empower students by giving them the ability to register and access their accounts online. We’ve created online tools, WebAdvisor and MyJIBC, to make this possible.
Logging In & User Account
All students registered in JIBC programs/course(s) and all current employees.
Students can access their personal records but not the records of other students or instructors. Instructors can obtain information about their courses (e.g. class lists) but not courses taught by other instructors.
Search for classes (Continuing Studies or Program Registration)
Instant registration for Continuing Studies courses (payment required at the time of registration) or Registration for Program courses
Username retrieval and password resets
View and update address information
View your class schedule
View financial information and make a payment
View academic history (unofficial transcript) grades and grade point average
Instructor information services
Username retrieval and password resets
View class rosters
View class schedules
Search for classes
If you know your current password:
Log in to the portal at www.myjibc.ca.
Go to the “Self-Service Menu” in the right column for “WebAdvisor for Students.”
Under “User Account” click on “Change Password” and follow the directions.
If you do not know your password:
Enter www.myjibc.ca into your computer’s browser.
Look at the bottom right of the web page for the section with links offering help.
Click the “Reset my Password” link to get a temporary password sent to the email address we have on record for you. Use the temporary password to log in.
For security reasons, reset your password to something memorable which only you know.
If you do not receive an email with your temporary password, check your email spam folder. If you still cannot find it, let us know using the Help Request Form.
Your classes will only show up in the “My Current Classes” section of the myJIBC Portal from the start date of the course.
If you have required reading before the start date, the class will be visible. Only online courses will be included.
If you’d like to see your registered courses, go to “My Class Schedule.”
Registration & Records
Check for course codes in our Course Code Lookup, which lets you search by keyword and sort by codes or titles.
You can receive either an Official Transcript or an Unofficial Transcript.
To view and print your unofficial transcript, use the Quick Link in the myJIBC Portal.
Since official transcripts are signed and sealed, you need to order yours through the Registration Office by downloading the Official Student Transcript form.
For most courses, you must make a payment at the time of registration.
If you are admitted into a program, you may register for individual courses and make payments at a later date.
To make a payment for courses where you are already registered, go to the JIBC Portal www.myjibc.ca and log in using your JIBC Student Number and password.
Once logged in, find “Self-Service Menu” and select “WebAdvisor for Students” then select “Financial Information.”
Select “View Account” and “Make Payments” where you will be able to view any outstanding amounts and make payments.
The Tuition, Education and Textbook Amounts Certificate (T2202) are made available online in late February each year. The Justice Institute of British Columbia does not mail T2202s to students. Follow the steps below to view your T2202 information or print your official receipt.
- Log into "myJIBC"
- Go into the "Self-Service" Menu
- Select "WebAdvisor" for Students menu item
- Select the "Financial Information" menu...
For most courses you must make a payment at the time of registration, but if you are admitted onto a Program you may regsiter for individual course and make payments t a later date.
To make a payment for Courses you have already regsitered for, go to the JIBC Portal www.myjibc.ca and login using your JIBC Student Number and password.
Once logged in, find the Self-Service Menu section and select WebAdvisor for Students:
Non-Canadian students pay international student tuition. If you're being charged the international fee in error, please doublecheck to ensure that you're not using AutoComplete in your browser, and have indicated "Canada" for your Citizenship Country.
Since WebAdvisor is web-based, you'll need an internet connection and a web browser to access it. WebAdvisor is best viewed using Internet Explorer, but will also work with Firefox or Safari.
Note that you must have cookies enabled to use WebAdvisor, as a session cookie is placed on your computer while you're using it. The cookie is erased when you close your browser. You can enable cookies in your web browser.