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.
Professional Cook student Savannah Mckinnon feels they are on the right career track having developed the skills, knowledge and confidence to thrive and succeed in the classroom and kitchen.
The following Arts & Science courses still have sections with seats available for the Summer 2023 term.
The Camosun Chargers Athletics Department recognized the accomplishments of its athletes at the annual Chargers Awards Ceremony on April 12, 2022 at CFB Esquimalt Chief and Petty Officers’ Mess.
Camosun College is proud to announce the naming of the multi-purpose hall in the Wilna Thomas building to honour retired president Sherri Bell.
Camosun College Athletics is pleased to announce that alum Kate Service (Victoria, B.C./Parkland Secondary) will be joining the Chargers as head coach of the women’s basketball team starting for the 2023/24 season.
Having listened to numerous bleary-eyed, yawning students who studied late into the night, Camosun College will be rolling out a new support service in the form of a mandatory nap time.
Just in time for April 1, watch the inception and creation of the greatest April Fools prank in post-secondary education history.