College of the Rockies will be holding its full slate of programs for fall 2020, although in a different way.
In The News
At BC Colleges, we want to acknowledge the successes of our colleges, especially excellence in teaching and community building. We celebrate the many milestones, projects, collaborations and announcements from our colleges on our website, in our monthly newsletter, and throughout our social media channels.
Read about the latest news and activities happening at colleges throughout BC in this month’s What’s New at BC Colleges? e-newsletter.
VCC automotive student using virtual reality (VR) automotive welding technology on campus.
NIC student Kyle Gus is on a path he wouldn’t have dreamed of 10 years ago – getting his degree in business from NIC.
Langara College’s Beyond 49 campaign, a celebration of Langara’s 49 years on West 49th Ave., has raised $2.9M for student scholarships and important College initiatives.
A library renewal project at Coast Mountain College (CMTN) in Terrace will create construction-related jobs for regional businesses and tradespeople.
A Message from BC Colleges President, Colin Ewart
When Island Health requested specialised personal protective equipment in early April, Camosun Innovates stepped up to design and manufacture over 9,000 medical-grade shields for local health care professionals. After fulfilling that large order, the Camosun Innovates Team made their design files freely available online and continued to protect members of the community from the COVID-19 virus.
Registration for most Fall programming begins on Monday, June 1. Coast Mountain College faculty are working hard to develop quality programming in a distributed learning format for all courses and programs we offer.
Is it possible to balance the principles of climate change action with responsible resource extraction in our province's forests? That question was posed to second-year Forest Technology Program students in the form of a challenge from instructor Jesper Nielsen and inspired creative answers filled with hope for the future of the industry.
Prince George Health Services 2020 Hand Hygiene Campaign received a helping hand this year from 28 College of New Caledonia Health Care Assistant students.