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Selkirk College is B.C.’s oldest rural community college and came to life after the regional taxpayers voted in a 1965 referendum to provide a close-to-home post-secondary opportunity. Since 1966, it has been providing innovative and unique learning opportunities. The college has grown to become a major economic, social and cultural contributor. Today’s Selkirk welcomes students from across Canada and from around the world. It is large enough to provide quality student services and facilities, yet small enough to offer individual support, small class sizes and an extra dose of attention not found in most post-secondary institutions.
The College offers nationally recognized programs in certificate, diploma, bachelor degree, co-operative education and continuing education programs. It offers outcomes for in demand employment, credit transfer to a multitude of universities for degree completion and enhanced training to further career opportunities. Programs at Selkirk are organized and categorized by the schools and academic areas according to relevant subjects. The instructors are more than teachers, are experts in their fields who have relevant real world experience to share with students.
Our Kekuli House Student Housing accommodates up to 100 students in private rooms and is a great way to get to know the campus and your fellow classmates. As our main campus, Castlegar is home to the majority of our administration offices and a ton of student resources.
Located on the west arm of Kootenay Lake, Nelson (population 10,200) combines a unique blend of urban sophistication and rural charm in a friendly atmosphere with an unhurried pace. The community is rich in artistic endeavours and boasts one of the highest per capita rates of artists and artisans in Canada. With over 350 heritage buildings dotted throughout the city, the downtown core is an inviting mix of historic and modern structures, reflective of the community’s respect for their past and contemporary progressive views. Add an incredible lineup of live music and fabulous restaurants and you get a big-city feel with the benefit of small-town accessibility.
Known globally for its unparalleled deep winter “pow,” the area offers some of the best alpine and Nordic skiing in the world, plus amazing snowboarding, snowmobiling and snowshoeing. Nelson has enough recreation, culture, dining and nightlife activities to keep you going strong all year.
Baker Street, the epicentre of Nelson’s culture and economy is a testament to the city’s “shop local” mentality, with unique and diverse shops and restaurants owned and operated by locals. You'll love this city for it's supportive artistic community, diverse cultural scene, heritage and historic buildings, year-round recreation, golf, hiking & biking trails and mountain climbing.
|Avg Cost of Tuition/Year||$CAD 12,700|
|Cost of Living/Year||$CAD 12,000|
|Application Fee||$CAD 100|
|Estimated Total/Year||$CAD 24,800|