Parent & Families resources
Parents and family play an important support role for students while they upgrade their skills, learn a trade or start a degree. Whether students are transitioning from high school to college, needing help with budgeting, navigating admissions, or interested in a study skills refresher, Camosun provides a supportive environment.
Camosun College puts students first, and is one of the most highly respected, comprehensive colleges in BC. With its small class sizes, affordable tuition, and inspiring instructors, 88% of grads surveyed said that Camosun met their educational needs, and 91% reported that they were employed or continuing their education… Find out more!
Diploma, certificate, associate degree? Choose from more than 70 academic, career, and technical programs, including over 300 university transfer and continuing education courses.
- Applying to Camosun College – get guidance through the application process for your program
- Applying to Camosun for international students – information in 12 languages, details on living in Victoria, and programs for international students.
- Academic advising – help in planning course and program selections.
- Free program info sessions – dates, times, and contacts for information sessions for college programs.
- LYNC - info on five south Vancouver Island school districts where Grade 11 and 12 students can receive high school and college credit for participating in college programs.
- Important dates - campus closures, financial and application deadlines, semester start and end dates, exam periods and graduation.
Camosun offers one of Western Canada’s largest college bursary programs, and more affordable tuition than universities and private colleges.
- Tuition fees - how and when to pay, costs and tax forms.
- Tuition fees for international students - about tuition, fees, supplies, insurance and living costs.
- Student loans and financial aid - loans, scholarships, bursaries, awards and other funding programs.
- CanLearn - a federal government site that offers an online cost estimator and budget calculator.
Outside the Classroom
Camosun’s vibrant campuses offer many opportunities, including recreation, clubs, athletics, and child care, to over 17,000 students.
- Career, personal, cultural & educational counselling - available for registered Camosun students.
- Career Resource Centre – find out about the resource centre, links, workshops, and other support services for building a life after school.
- Student Employment Services – on-line job postings, workshops and consultations for grads and students on interviews and resumes, and job search resources.
Accessing a student’s file
Camosun is not legally allowed to release student information to anyone other than the student, unless the student has submitted a Permission to Release form authorizing access.
Please contact Admissions if you have any questions, or if you need information on waitlists, which may exist for some trades and health care programs depending on current demand. Contact us...
Last updated: April 2, 2013 11:29 am