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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Chargers golf program paused

VICTORIA, B.C. – Camosun College President Sherri Bell issued the following statement today following the Pacific Western Athletic Association (PACWEST) announcement that golf will not be returning for the foreseeable future as one of the conference

“The cancellation by PACWEST of competitive golf because there were only two teams left in B.C., one being Camosun, is hardest on our student-athletes. Our golf student-athletes are extremely talented, passionate and committed members of the Chargers family.

“The entire college community is proud of accomplishments of our golf student-athletes including our three national championships and eight provincial championships. We understand the disappointment of not being able to have a Camosun golf program and we will be working with these students to ensure they receive the assistance needed to support them through their academic journey at Camosun.”

For students who are in need of support, Camosun offers services in counselling, advising and financial aid.

The PACWEST golf announcement is available here

Contact information

Rodney Porter

Executive Director

Communications & Marketing


Evan Hilchey

Acting Athletics Director