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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.
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.
The School of Arts & Science is pleased to announce the recipients of our 2022 student awards.
The Chargers basketball teams are ready tip-off the season this week against Island rivals, Vancouver Island University (VIU) Mariners. Basketball action will hit the court at the Pacific Institute for Sport Education (PISE) on Friday Nov. 4.
Camosun College is pleased to advise that on Oct. 26, a tentative agreement was reached in the negotiations between the Post-Secondary Employers’ Association and five BCGEU locals for vocational instructors.
The cancellation of this year’s annual Traditional Pit Cook at Camosun College due to increased fire risk following the long, dry season highlights the growing importance of discussing food security in the context of climate change.
Standing in the hallway of Camosun College’s historic and supposedly haunted Young building, Nicole Kilburn and Dr. Katie Waterhouse pull a black satin sheet over the base of a glass display cabinet, creating a resting space for a special guest.
The Camosun College Chargers and island rivals the Vancouver Island University (VIU) Mariners, kick off the Pacific Western Athletic Association (PACWEST) volleyball season on Friday, Oct. 21 in Nanaimo and at home on Saturday, Oct. 22 (W6pm, M8pm).
Camosun’s School of Health and Human Services is celebrating 10 years of preparing students for careers as Medical Radiation Technologists (MRT) through applied learning and theoretical instruction.