Online Herbal College – FAQs-Wild Rose College of Natural Healing
How to prevent Wild Rose emails from being marked as spam; ensuring you always get updates and important communications!
Please follow the guide below, depending on your email client, to ensure you get all emails from Wild Rose!
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Start by logging in to your gmail account > click the gear icon at the top right > then settings.
On the settings page, go to the filters and blocked addresses tab then click create a new filter.
Setup your filter upon your discretion but make sure to tick both the “Never send it to Spam” and “Also apply filter to…” check boxes. Click the Create filter button once you’re done.
1. Click to open a Junk E-mail folder which you want to mark email as not junk inside.
2. Select the junk email you want to mark as normal one.
3. Under Home tab, please click Junk > Not Junk. See screenshot:
In Outlook 2007, click Actions > Junk E-mail > Mark as Not Junk.
Or you can right click on the junk email and then click Junk > Not Junk (Mark as Not Junk in Outlook 2007).
4. In the Mark as Not Junk dialog box:
1). if you want to always trust the email send from this address, please check the Always trust e-mail from “[email protected]” box;
2). And if you check the box under Always trust e-mail sent to the following addresses, all emails which send to this email account are treated as normal;
3. Click OK to exit this dialog box.
For Outlook.com, Windows Live Mail, Hotmail and MSN Mail, sign in to your account at Outlook.com and do the following.
Add the address to your contacts
Add the address to your safe senders
- Click the cog icon in the top-right corner and then More mail settings
- Select Safe and blocked senders and then Safe senders
- Add the domain, wildrosecollege.com to the list of Safe senders
- Return to Safe and blocked senders and then select Safe mailing lists
- Add the email address of the online group you want to whitelist to the list of Safe mailing lists
- Launch the Mail client, click the Mail menu in the top-left corner of the screen, select Preferences, then click the Junk Mail tab.
- The first option is to turn off Mail’s junk filtering altogether—although you may end up wishing you hadn’t. To do so, just uncheck the “Enable junk mail filtering” setting.
- A better idea might be to let Mail continue marking suspected spam messages as junk, but to leave those messages in your inbox—meaning you can review potential junk mail before it’s tossed permanently. Under the “When junk mail arrives” section, select the “Mark as junk mail, but leave it in my Inbox” setting.
Follow the steps below or contact our team at [email protected] for assistance!
- Navigate to the junk or spam folder in your inbox
- Find any messages from Wild Rose College or [email protected]
- Look for the setting or option to mark as NOT JUNK
While our diplomas and certificates are not recognized by any governmental body or institution, the College has been around since 1975 and is very well recognized in the wholistic health community around the world including the Canadian Herbal Association.
It is recommended that students hold a high school diploma if they intend to undertake our curriculum. Basic English competency is expected.
Certificate or diploma replacements are subject to administrative fees. Please email [email protected] for details. Official transcripts are available for assessment by other institutions for a fee of $25.00+GST. They will be signed and sealed and sent directly to the destination of your choice.
The College recognizes University and College level science courses for transfer credit, To inquire further about transfers or to see if your previous education is eligible please contact administration. In some cases, students may be asked to write a challenge exam at a cost of $25.00+GST. Credits will be approved on a case by case basis.
Note: You will need to provide a transcript and/or proof of completion to receive credit.
Canadian School of Natural Nutrition students are pre-approved for a number of course credits*
Unfortunately the College is too small to be accredited by the government and as a result, RESP funds and government loans cannot be used to pay for tuition.
The passing standard for all courses at Wild Rose College is 70% (unless otherwise stated). In order to receive credits for a course, students must fulfill all requirements set by the course and program requirements
Yes. You will receive a proof of completion with every course as well as an official diploma mailed to you upon completion of a Wild Rose College program.
Wild Rose College does not currently offer in-class courses. However, students based in or near Calgary, Alberta can contact www.lodgepoleschool.com to check their schedule. Lodgepole School is an affiliate and teaches Wild Rose College curriculum in class.
Our courses at Wild Rose College of Natural Healing were created so the most casual or serious learner can take part. Our timelines and delivery ensure our students will be able to participate in our in-depth teachings while working or maintaining their other commitments. Depending on your other obligations as well as how quickly you absorb the information it is possible to complete a course in as little as 3 weeks.
Wild Rose College reserves the right to archive students who have been inactive for three or more years. The College cannot assume responsibility for archived student paper files that are inaccessible. The College does not keep inactive files over 7 years old.
Students who have completed a program but have not finished their payments may undertake a new program while completing payment on the previous program. They will not be issued their diploma until full payment is made. Students may pay off the remainder of their tuition and receive their diploma or continue with their payment plan until final payment is made, at which time their diploma will be issued.
Absolutely. We offer extensions for our courses at a cost of $50 per course or $100 for the total remainder of your program. Your extension is valid for one year. Course extensions are available from your dashboard.
Courses have a 1-year completion date while your program has a 3-year completion date. Most students complete courses within the initial timeframe, however, we understand life can get busy sometimes and offer program extensions for our students.
Many factors can influence video playback, including some that pertain to your computer or device. If you’re not getting the best viewing experience, you might want to try these simple fixes.
- Switch to “Auto” in the quality menu, if available.
Auto mode automatically adjusts to the best quality of video for your current Internet connection and processing speed. We recommend using this default setting to avoid buffering delays. (If “Auto” is not available, switch to one of the lower quality options.)
- Check your bandwidth
We require network speeds of 1Mbps or higher in order to stream our lowest playback quality (360p). You can use this speed test to get a general sense of your Internet speed during the time of the issue. Keep in mind that bandwidth can fluctuate, especially on Wifi or cellular networks.
- Disable any browser extensions, plugins, or add ons
Third party programs can sometimes cause issues during playback— including blocked video segments, dropped frames, buffering, etc. If you’re having trouble, try disabling any active extensions one-by-one to find the culprit. You can also open your video within an incognito or private window of your browser for testing.
- Restart your router and modem
Resetting your router or modem can help to refresh your connection and improve playback performance. Try disconnecting the power cord and then reconnecting to perform a hard reboot.
- Update your browser
Browser software is constantly being improved upon. Make sure you are using the latest version of your browser for peak performance. The latest version of each browser can be found here.
- Close excess browser tabs or applications
Keeping too many applications open can make everything run slower, including video playback. Especially on a mobile device, it’s easy to forget which apps are running. Make sure that you completely close or disable apps instead of just minimizing their windows.
- Clear your browser’s cache
Although this may sound simple, refreshing your cache can help with many different issues, including playback. Learn more here.
- Disable/Enable Hardware acceleration
Hardware acceleration makes resource-hungry operations run more efficiently, but sometimes doesn’t work well with older graphics cards. Try disabling or enabling this option within your browser settings.
Absolutely! You will have access to your teacher via your online course to send messages and ask questions, a student forum to interact with students taking the same courses and access to the college administrator by phone and email during regular business hours.
Still have a question?
Contact our administration team for guidance!