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.
Camosun becomes the only college in B.C. to offer a unique program in Professional Golf Management through its School of Business. In the same year, Camosun announces its first-ever intercollegiate Men’s and Women’s Golf Teams competing in the BC Colleges Athletic Association (BCCAA).
In fall 1994, the Camosun College Chargers host a media announcement and begin their official first season in the BC Colleges Athletic Association (BCCAA) with men’s and women’s volleyball and basketball teams. A men’s and women’s golf team was added one year later in 1995. In Fall 2011, the BCCAA is rebranded to the Pacific Western Athletic Conference (PACWEST). Over …
Camosun hosts the Canada’s 1994 Commonwealth Game’s athletes for lunch on the Young Building Lawns, August 1994.