Camosun stands with Indigenous peoples

From Sherri Bell, President

The revealing by the Penelakut Tribe of 160+ undocumented and unmarked graves on the grounds of the former Kuper Island Industrial School and foreshore deepens the pain of all Indigenous peoples.

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Transportation and Parking

Active Transportation costs less, is better for the environment and is better for you! Camosun is committed to reducing the number of single-occupancy vehicles driven to the college, and providing our community with opportunities to choose alternatives.

Camosun Express Shuttle

The Camosun Express is a free shuttle service for Camosun students and staff. Services include a Campus-to-Campus shuttle and a new zero emission West Shore commuter service in the morning/evening. The Camosun Express helps reduce traffic congestion and GHG emissions. With bike racks and wheelchair access, it’s a convenient and sustainable option for everyone.

The Camosun Express Shuttle will not resume service this fall/winter due to Covid-19 and its related impacts.

While most of the Camosun community is learning and working from home, there may be instances where intercampus travel is necessary. Fortunately, BC transit has two bus routes that can serve this intercampus need (Route #8 and Route #9 .)



Camosun students enjoy a Universal Bus Pass (or U-Pass)—included in student fees, incorporated into your student ID.


As a Camosun employee, you are eligible for a year-long ProPass bus pass at a reduced yearly cost. 


Whether a bike is your primary mode of transportation to Camosun or you are a novice rider, we want to help make cycling a convenient, safe and efficient option for you to get to Camosun.


Whether carpooling with another student or staff member or using the electric vehicle charging on campus, you can drive to campus in a more sustainable manner!


Parking rates and services are in effect Monday to Saturday, 7 am – 10 pm. Staff and short-term lots are available for general use after 5 pm with the purchase of a parking permit. There is no overnight parking.

Parking is available on a first-come, first-served basis.