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 …
Dr. Elizabeth Ashton appointed as Camosun’s fourth president
Did you know that Dr. Liz Ashton served as president for 14 years, retiring from the college in September 2009?
Dr. Dan Cornish appointed Camosun’s third president
In 1989, Dr. Dan Cornish is appointed as Camosun’s third president.
The Grant Fisher Building is officially opened
In 1980, the $8 million Grant Fisher Building opens at the Lansdowne campus; named after Dr. Grant L. Fisher the first president of Camosun College. That year, over 3,500 students register for fall classes.
Dr. Lloyd Morin is appointed Camosun’s second president
Dr. Lloyd Morin started with Camosun College in 1971 as the Director of Instructional Development and Instructional Research helping to plan course outlines and develop new programs. In 1978, Dr. Morin was appointed Camosun’s second president taking over from Dr. Grant Fisher who left the college to serve at the Ministry of Advanced Education. “In the early 1960’s, when I …
Camosun’s First President – Dr. Grant L. Fisher
In March, 1971 Dr. Grant L. Fisher is appointed Camosun College’s first president. Dr. Grant Fisher was well known to many at Camosun and to those in the Victoria community. He came to the college from the faculty of the University of Alberta in Edmonton. He held a B.Sc. from Brigham Young University, a M.Sc. from Utah and a Ph.D. from …
The Paul Building opens at Lansdowne
It’s fitting that today’s President’s Office is located in the Paul Building. Dr. Edward B. Paul led Victoria High from 1892 to 1908, was a City Superintendent of Schools for Victoria and a Principal of Victoria College.