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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.
This year's theme is mathematics.
As the Fall Semester approaches, Camosun remains committed to maintaining a safe and healthy work and learning environment. Students
Starting fall 2022, students looking to pursue a career in the field of physical activity and its impact on health, society and quality of life can study and credential through Camosun College’s applied Bachelor of Kinesiology degree.
Camosun College today announced the appointment by the Lieutenant Governor in Council of a new member, Gregory Atkins, to the Board of Governors. The appointment is effective July 31, 2022, for a term ending July 31, 2023.
The summer has finally arrived! As we’re enjoying the weather and summer activities and events, please be mindful of communicable disease prevention.
A new collaborative post-secondary campus will be built in one of Canada’s fastest-growing communities so more students can access education close to home for in-demand jobs.
Camosun Chargers athletics is proud to announce that women’s volleyball alumni, Morgan Monkman (Smithers, BC), is participating in the Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) Female Apprentice Coach Program (FACP) for her second season.