The College of New Caledonia has served the needs of students in B.C.’s Central Interior since 1969—and with the inclusion of the B.C. Vocational School, since 1962. The College region is approximately 117,500 sq. km. (or 12% of the province), with a population today exceeding 148,000. The region encompasses three school districts: #28 Quesnel, #57 Prince George, and #91 Nechako Lakes. The College offers a full range of Career, Technical, Vocational, and University Credit programming. Average annual enrollment is approximately 5,000 students.
In January 1969, the College was established on an “operating funds only” basis, with financial assistance from participating school districts and using leased facilities at the Prince George Senior Secondary School. Over the summer, faculty were hired to teach courses in the first programs to be offered at CNC.
In September, registration was set up on the main floor of the Secondary School and 253 students registered from all participating regions. On October 10, 1969 the College held its official opening ceremony at Vanier Hall where guests received the first issue of the newly-launched student newspaper, S’quun! (“fire” in Carrier).
Our flexibility and our safe, respectful environment makes CNC the number one choice for education and training in the Lakes District.
Burns Lake Campus has offered a wide range of courses, programs and services to meet community needs in the Lakes District since 1976.
The friendly Lakes District community offers an abundance of recreation, business, and tourism opportunities.
|Avg Cost of Tuition/Year||$CAD 12,250|
|Cost of Living/Year||$CAD 13,250|
|Application Fee||$CAD 0|
|Estimated Total/Year|$CAD 25,500|