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Okanagan College - Penticton Campus

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School ID: SC010016
Rank: 5,034
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Applied number: 3

One of B.C.’s largest trades training institutions

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Each year more than 20,000 individuals come through the doors of Okanagan College. That number translates into one out of every five people who reside within our vast region. With every new student the Okanagan College community grows just a little larger and more diverse.  More important than the number of students at Okanagan College is the impact they have in our communities. You need only look at the list of distinguished alumni and people served by Okanagan College who have helped shape this valley, province and country to fully appreciate the contributions of Okanagan College and its graduates. Fifty years ago the first seeds of Okanagan College were planted. Half a century later the vision of a community college has become a reality and has grown beyond what anyone could have anticipated back in 1963 when the B.C. Vocational School opened its doors. 

Over the years, the College has done much to respond to the growing and shifting needs of the communities it serves. Whether by cultivating new programming, offering a greater level of services to students or by delving into applied research, the College’s own transformation has been remarkable. A leader in areas such as learner-centred education, sustainability, and experiential learning, Okanagan College is the largest college outside the lower mainland, and one of B.C.’s largest trades training institutions.Our students benefit from educators of the highest order, as well as services that provide the support needed to achieve their goals, no matter how ambitious they may be. 

Why Okanagan College?

Located in the Southern Interior of B.C., Okanagan College offers post-secondary education through each of its four regions, stretching from the Canada-U.S. border in the south to Revelstoke in the north.

The College’s four main campuses are located in Penticton, Kelowna, Vernon and Salmon Arm.

More than 20,000 students come to Okanagan College each year, including more than 7,000 full-time equivalent students taking programs from trades to technical certifications and university transfer courses.

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Avg Cost of Tuition/Year $CAD 15,000
Cost of Living/Year $CAD 12,000
Application Fee $CAD 0
Estimated Total/Year $CAD 27,000

Main majors

  • Arts
  • Business
  • Commercial Aviation
  • Health and Social Development

https://www.okanagan.bc.ca/Programs.html

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  • September
  • January
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