During the Fall term, Kinesiology 435 students from the Outdoor Adventure Education course put into practice what they’ve learned about the importance of land stewardship, volunteering, and maintaining shared natural spaces as recreation leaders.
A traditional Coast Salish pit cook demonstration is taking place at Camosun College’s Interurban Campus. The pit cook demonstrates and promotes the traditional use of the camas, and keeps the teachings, and traditional ways alive.
With the arrival of fall comes respiratory illnesses season. We can all take precautions to keep ourselves and each other healthy by covering our cough or sneeze, regular hand washing and staying home when sick.
Our thoughts are with friends, families and colleagues who live in one of the wild-fire impacted communities. Over the weekend we have all witnessed scenes of destruction, people being forced to evacuate and burning trees.
The collective agreement between Camosun College and BC General Employees’ Union instructors at the college is fully ratified.
A prolonged heat wave is affecting the South Coast including Greater Victoria.
Camosun College's graduating Computer Science and Mechanical Engineering Technology students will present their cutting-edge Capstone projects to potential employers and the public.
Cowichan canoe builder, Francis Wilson, is guiding Indigenous trades students through the process of creating paddles with designs reflecting Camosun College’s strategic priorities.
Camosun College is proud to announce the renewal of its Technology Access Centre (TAC) grant in Advanced Manufacturing Research with a significant $1.75 million funding boost.
Camosun College is launching a new program that prepares students to advocate for and promote wellness among Indigenous peoples.