Camosun College is here to help you succeed in and out of the classroom!
Understand your rights and responsibilities as a Camosun student
As a member of the Camosun community, it’s important to understand the standards of behaviour expected of students, and the potential penalties for violating those standards.
Visit the Office of Student Support to learn more about student rights and responsibilities.
Learning supports are available
Camosun has a rich network of academic supports for students. Help Centres provide support for coursework. The Writing Centre will help you develop your academic writing skills and the Student Success Centre provides learning guides and provides one-on-one sessions to support your academic success. The Library provides print and electronic materials to support your coursework, and librarians available to help you with research.
Students with a documented need can visit the Center for Accessible Learning to discuss options for classroom accommodations.
Wellness and well-being
Camosun has services for students to support their health and personal well-being. Counselling, fitness and recreation facilities, as well as prayer and meditation spaces are all available to support you during your time at Camosun.
Student health and dental benefits are made available by the Camosun College Student Society (CCSS).
Interculturalization and Diversity at Camosun
Camosun is a destination for learners from all over the world. As a Camosun student, you will build intercultural knowledge and competence by learning and engaging in a multicultural environment.
Camosun is a diverse community. Equity, diversity, and inclusion are central to Camosun’s culture and values.
Study Abroad programs offer the chance to complete some of your studies in another country, which provide the opportunity for travel while helping you develop the intercultural skills needed for success.
The CCSS funds and facilitates clubs for the student community at Camosun. Get involved with a club to make friends and get connected to the Camosun community.