Camosun College has been a family affair for Nursing instructor Mary Willbond, her sisters, her mom, her sons and her extended family for more than 50 years - a century in fact.
Art Thompson, renowned Indigenous artist, was an alumnus and long-time friend of Camosun. In his honour, and on the occasion of the college's 50th anniversary, this is his story.
When Camosun College invited students to get creative and help commemorate its 50th anniversary celebrations this year, the resulting entries showed off the depth and breadth of talent.
VICTORIA, B.C. – Students at Camosun College will see a new design on their college credentials with the use of the first official institutional seal on certificates, diplomas and degrees.
The simulation game, called “Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) Exacerbation“ is designed for intermediate level nursing students at Camosun as well as for students at partner institutions.
Camosun Medical Radiography student receives major bursary from Colleges and Institutes Canada (CICan).
A provincial government investment of $150,000 will aid Camosun College in the exploration of educational opportunities for students in the B.C. film industry and the potential development of an on-campus film studio.
Camosun is celebrating its 50th anniversary throughout 2021 and, after five decades, the college remains true to its roots as a place where students feel supported, included and where they can gain skills to transform their lives and the future.
Automotive technicians in Victoria can upgrade their skills to work on electric vehicles (EVs) through the EV Maintenance Training program offered at Camosun College.
Creative designs and inventive manufacturing solutions from the applied research arm of Camosun College are assisting with the safe delivery of vials containing the COVID-19 vaccine to communities throughout British Columbia.
In celebration of Black History Month 2021, the Camosun Library published a resource guide presenting a diverse sampling of works by Black authors and creators.
As the pandemic continues to bring challenges to many students, the Camosun community is stepping up to show how much they care. Weekly care hampers, featuring an abundance of nutritious fresh produce, tasty prepared meals, non-perishable food items,
Camosun College’s annual info night has turned into CamWeek, a virtual event running from Feb. 23-25, to accommodate restrictions on in-person gatherings, the on-campus information night has gone virtual.