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A unique partnership between Camosun College, Canada and Miriam College, Philippines will see greater study opportunities starting later this year for Filipino, Canadian and international students from the South East Asia region.
The Camosun Chargers basketball teams are excited to welcome competitors and fans to the capital city for the 2023 Pacific Western Athletic Association (PACWEST) Basketball Championships, March 2 – 4, 2023 at the Pacific Institute for Sport Education
Hundreds of high school students throughout the South Island are getting a jump on their post-secondary plans with a unique dual credit pathway offered by Camosun College.
Island Health has partnered with Camosun College to open an outpatient ultrasound clinic embedded within Camosun’s School of Health and Human Services. Campus Ultrasound is the first clinic of its kind in the country to support on-site learning.
Camosun’s continued success as a top research college was again highlighted in this year’s ranking of Canada’s Top 50 Research Colleges.
Students taking ABT 270, Maintaining Online Presence, have the opportunity to work with a real client over the duration of the term to analyse their online presence and present solutions.
Camosun Chargers men’s volleyball alumni, Vitor Pereira (Belo Horizonte, MG, Brazil) has been selected as a finalist for the Sport BC Athlete of the Year Award under the category of College Athlete.
Congratulations Business Award Recipients!
A donation of $1.285 million will help open the doors to more women pursuing a career in a range of Red Seal trades programs at Camosun College.
Students from Electronics & Computer Engineering and Electrical Engineering Technology programs at Camosun College will showcase their capstone projects to potential employers and the public.
The renaming of the Centre for Excellence in Teaching and Learning honours the work of one of the founding leaders of Camosun College and an early promoter of community colleges as accessible institutions.
The Board of Governors at Camosun College is recognizing the innovative work of the South Island Partnership to create a range of dual credit pathways and options for students from five local school districts.