Camosun College reaffirms its standing as a premier applied research institution in Canada, securing a spot among the top 50 research colleges in 2023. This marks the ninth consecutive year that Camosun has been included on this prestigious list.
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.
Camosun College launched a unique, unparalleled program that addresses the need to practice trauma-informed relational, cultural, and strategic leadership when working with Indigenous communities and/or leading change in non-Indigenous organizations.
Camosun College resoundingly condemns the hate-motivated, gender-based attack that took place on Wednesday, June 28, at the University of Waterloo.
Two of the three bargaining units at Camosun College have reached agreements under the Province’s Shared Recovery Mandate.
Two young chefs in the Professional Cook program at Camosun College shone brightly at a regional competition where they cooked up a storm.
The School of Arts & Science recently honoured over 80 students at the annual Arts & Sciences awards ceremony.
For its 35th year, Vancouver Island’s most anticipated annual fine furniture exhibition is returning to Victoria.
The recipient of Camosun College’s annual Promising Alumni Award is Shae-Lynn Mellors, who has made a significant impact in supporting vulnerable children within her community.