A snapshot of Camosun's community and contribution to education and the economy.Inspiring life-changing learningTwo campuses: Lansdowne and InterurbanFounded in 197114,000+ students1,700 international students from 70+ countries160+ programs24 students: typical class size24.7 years: median student age68,000+ alumni2,000 graduates in 20221,100 Indigenous students90% of grads are satisfied or very satisfied with their education94% of grads who go on to further studies say they were well prepared1,400 faculty, staff and administration80 student-athletes on four Chargers teams that compete provincially and nationally in volleyball and basketballProgramming areasAccess/Adult UpgradingArtsBusinessEngineeringHealth & Human ServicesIndigenous EducationSciencesSport & Exercise EducationTechnologyTradesUniversity Transfer Fast Facts Download Camosun's Fast Facts brochure.Download Economic Impact$1 billion annual economic impactThe accumulated contribution of Camosun alumni to the regional economy is an estimated $700 million, or the equivalent of over 8,000 jobsIndustry Partnerships50 active Program Advisory Committees with close to 500 industry and business volunteersCamosun Innovates supports applied research and development through advanced manufacturing, product design, testing, prototyping and technology access: Applied Learning and ResearchBabcock Canada Interaction LabTechnology Access CentreExtended Realities Research and Innovation StudioMaterials Integration Research and Creativity LabProfessional Studies and Industry Training offers a range of courses and programs including micro-credentialsWork-Integrated LearningWork-integrated learning provides powerful educational opportunities for students and unmatched access to rising talent for employers.Over 85% of Camosun co-op placements are with companies on Vancouver IslandOver 85% of courses and programs include experiential education and applied learningIn 2021, 50% of all college co-op placements in B.C. are completed by Camosun studentsCamosun College Foundation1,400+ students supported annually with bursaries and awards$30.5 million in total assets14-member volunteer board100% of every dollar donated goes directly to Camosun causesBudgetRevenue$ Millions%Provincial Grants72.951%Provincial Capital Grants8.66.0%Tuition and Fees42.529.8%Federal and Other Grants2.71.9%Goods and Services13.49.4%Other2.71.9%TOTAL142.8100% Expenses$ Millions%Salaries and Benefits117.279.5%Supplies and Services14.69.9%Costs of Goods Sold2.61.7%Amortization9.46.4%Minor Repairs and Maintenance3.72.5%TOTAL147.4100%Inspired LearningLargest dual credit program in B.C., supporting over 950 students each year with their transition into post-secondary education and training.Biggest trades school on Vancouver Island with 2,500 students in almost 30 pre-apprentice and apprenticeship programs.Engineering bridge programs at Camosun are unique to only two post-secondary institutions in Canada.The Camosun Cuisine Machine is operated by students in the Professional Cook program and is only one of two in Canada, and the only one in Western Canada.Women in trades and Indigenous peoples in trades exploration programs are breaking down barriers and opening the doors to careers in the skilled trades for under-represented groups.Transferable courses in over 30 subject areas such as English, Math, History, Sociology, and Physics, as well as programs and courses in areas such as Visual Arts, Applied Chemistry and Biotechnology, Criminal Justice, and Psychology.A long-standing partnership with the Victoria Conservatory of Music.Students edit and publish journals in Psychology and Creative Writing.Over one third of Camosun students got started through a School of Access pathway.Longest running Indigenous Advisory Council in B.C.Single largest intake of family of nursing students in British Columbia.The BC Office of Human Rights Commissioner has granted 12.5% of seats in the School of Health and Human Services as dedicated, reserved for Indigenous applicants.Largest business school on Vancouver Island and the first college in B.C. to have a degree approved under the applied model with professional accounting in 2005.The only institution in B.C. offering Massage Therapy as an academic credit-based program.Largest and most comprehensive Sport School of any college in the province and offers the only Kinesiology Degree program at a B.C. college.