Nearing the end of grad studies in Economics at Simon Fraser University (SFU), Jack Guthrie responded to an ad seeking instructors at the newly formed Camosun College.
Art Thompson, renowned Indigenous artist, was an alumnus and long-time friend of Camosun. In his honour, and on the occasion of the college’s 50th anniversary, this is his story.
When Camosun College invited students to get creative and help commemorate its 50th anniversary celebrations this year by creating original creative work, the resulting entries showed off the depth and breadth of talent of our Camosun students.
50th anniversary well-wishes and shout-outs from some special Camosun College supporters from across B.C. and our nation!
As Camosun College celebrates its milestone 50th this year, the college is launching a unique anniversary logo designed by Coast Salish artist Dylan Thomas.
In mid-March 2020, the global COVID-19 pandemic forces Camosun College and all post-secondary institutions across Canada and around the world to move online with limited on-campus learning, in an effort to keep students, faculty, staff and community safe from the virus.
With modern medical classrooms, applied learning labs, health care simulation centres and collaborative study spaces for more than 1,000 health and human service students this new facility was a game changer.
After four years of planning, construction and a record-breaking $7.5 million fundraising campaign, on February 25, 2016, Camosun College’s $30-million, 80,000-square-foot Centre for Trades Education and Innovation officially opened. Serving over 2,500 trades students, Camosun is the largest trades training provider on Vancouver Island and the second largest in B.C.
Sherri Bell, former superintendent for the Greater Victoria School District, was appointed Camosun’s sixth president, July 1, 2015. Sherri brings with her a national reputation for stewarding student achievement and a focus on the delivery of exceptional education. Throughout her career, Sherri has focused on engaging students in learning to find their passion and make a difference in their community and …
Camosun and the Canadian Sport Centre Pacific, along with hundreds of donors, athletes and community supporters celebrate the grand opening of the Pacific Institute for Sport Excellence at Camosun’s Interurban campus.