An investment in your community
Invest in yourself for your community! You’ll be prepared for a variety of employment options or able to transfer to other diploma programs at camosun.
Effective from September 1, 2017 to August 31, 2018.
|Academic Term 1||$1,400|
|Academic Term 2||$2,800|
- Application fee: $41
- Student Society fees: $45.93 per month, plus $254 per year for health and dental benefits
- Textbooks and Modules: $700
- Supplies: $450
- Criminal Record Check: $28 paid to the Ministry of Justice
Indigenous students may be eligible to receive funding from a variety of sources. Contact an Indigenous Advisor to learn more before registering.
Once you become a Camosun student, you may also be eligible for Bursaries, Scholarships & Awards. The Eyēʔ Sqȃ'lewen: Centre for Indigenous Education & Community Connections also offers awards four times per year. Check for the application deadlines and to see if you are eligible. Please see the current Indigenous Family Support school and program-specific awards.
Students with a permanent disability may be eligible to receive specialized funding. Contact the Centre for Accessible Learning for more information.
The cost of this program ranges from:
This price is only an estimate.
This price covers tuition, student fees, textbooks and other supplies.
A rewarding career
As an Indigenous Family Support graduate, you can earn an annual average salary of $33,000 to $44,000 per year.