At JIBC, we like to empower students by giving them the ability to register and access their accounts online. We’ve created online tools, Self-Service, WebAdvisor and the MyJIBC portal welcome page, to make this possible.
Logging In & User Account
Self-Service is an online service that provides students access and information to their JIBC educational information.
These online services include;
- User Profile to change your passwords and address
- Financial Information to view payments and account balances, print statements and pay fees
- Academics to see grades, transcripts, and profile settings
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.
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
Select the “Faculty” button to;
View class rosters
View class schedules
Note: Instructors need to submit a Service Desk ticket with Technology Services for username retrieval and password resets.
Go to the myJIBC portal welcome page
Scroll down to the User Options section under Self-Service, select “Change my current password”.
On the Self-Service ‘Change Password’ page, enter the fields to confirm your new password. 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.
- Go to the myJIBC portal welcome page
- Scroll down to the User Options section under Self-Service, select “Request a new password”.
- On the WebAdvisor ‘Reset my password’ page, enter your username and email address. An email will be sent to you with instructions on how to reset your password.
Remember that your password has at least 8 characters and contains at least one number, one uppercase letter and one lowercase letter. Punctuation symbols are allowed but not the space character.
The myJIBC portal welcome page is a landing page that gives students access and information to their JIBC educational information.
This page includes;
- Links and/or access to Self-Service
- Password resets
- Quick links to other JIBC applications and resources such as Find a Program, Find a Course, JIBC Library, JIBC Video Portal, Student Orientation, and the JIBC website
- Campus announcements
- My online courses (only visible when logged into Blackboard)
Note: The myJIBC portal welcome page is accessible to all students without having to be logged into Blackboard.
To view online courses
You must log in with your student user ID and password on the myJIBC welcome page to view your “My Online Courses” tab through Blackboard.
All courses with an online component are listed from the first day of class.
To view your class schedule
Go to the myJIBC portal welcome page. Under the “Academics” section of the Self-Service quick links, select “Class Schedule”. Log in to WebAdvisor with your student user ID and password. Under WebAdvisor for Students, select “Academic Profile,” then you will find “My Class Schedule.”
Your classes will only show up in the “My Online Courses” section of the myJIBC portal welcome page from the start date of the course once you have logged in to Blackboard.
You can log in to Blackboard from the login section on the left hand side of the myJIBC portal welcome page. 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 “Class Schedule” under Self-Service on the myJIBC portal welcome page.
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.
For your unofficial transcript, go to Self-Service or click the Self-Service link on the myJIBC portal welcome page. On Self-Service, select “Academics” then “Unofficial Transcript” from the drop-down menu to view or print.
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 myJIBC portal welcome page. Select the link to Self-Service then login using your JIBC student number and password. On Self-Service, select “Financial Information” from the menu, then select “Student Finance” then “Make a Payment.”
Select “View Account Summary” 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.
- Go to the myJIBC portal welcome page
- Under ‘Finance’ in the Self-Service container, select ‘Tax Information’
- Log into WebAdvisor with your student ID and password.
- Under Tax Year, click on 2020
- To print the form use the print icon or the print option under "file" in your browser
For most courses you must make a payment at the time of registration, but if you are admitted into a Program you may register for individual course and make payments at a later date.
To make a payment for courses you have already registered for, go to the myJIBC portal welcome page. Select the link to Self-Service then log in using your JIBC student ID and password.
On Self-Service, select “Financial Information” from the menu, then select ”Student Finance”, then “Financial Information” and “Make a Payment.”
In addition, you can select “View Account Summary” and “Make Payments” where you will be able to view any outstanding amounts and make payments.
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.